Martin Merenzon obtained his medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires in 2014, graduating summa cum laude at the age of 24.
Following the completion of his medical studies, he successfully completed a six-year residency program in Neurosurgery in Buenos Aires during which he undertook a research fellowship in microsurgical anatomy in San Pablo, Brazil under the mentorship of Dr. Evandro de Oliveira. Afterward, Martin pursued further specialization through a Functional Neurosurgery Clinical Fellowship at the Italian Hospital of Buenos Aires.
In the pursuit of further research and academic growth, Martin embarked on a research fellowship focused on Brain Tumors at the University of Miami in 2022-2023. Throughout his career, Martin has participated in more than 55 publications, academic presentations, and abstracts.
Currently, Martin serves as an Epilepsy Surgery Clinical Fellow at Yale, where he continues to expand his knowledge and expertise in the field of epilepsy surgery.
Beyond his medical pursuits, Martin nurtures a deep passion for literature. In 2023, he published a non-fiction book ("Doctors’ thoughts in the face of catastrophes"), exploring the experiences of doctors who participated in treating victims of large-scale catastrophes.
Honors & Recognition
|International Observeship Program
|National Institue of Cancer