The Pain Management Division offers one-year subspecialty training at the CA-4 level or above. The ACGME-accredited Weill Cornell Medical College Pain Medicine Fellowship takes place on the campuses of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital – Cornell Campus, Hospital for Special Surgery, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
The goal of this subspecialty training is to prepare the fellow for a career in anesthesiology-based pain management by providing excellent clinical training in acute and chronic inpatient and outpatient services, therapeutic and diagnostics nerve blocks, pain-related invasive procedures and consultative services. Fellows take part in minimally invasive interventional pain procedures, and in the performance of cutting-edge procedures such as the implantation of intrathecal pumps and spinal cord stimulators.
Fellows also participate in chemical and radiofrequency neurolytic procedures. Partaking in the clinical activities of this service, as well as directed academic study, prepares the fellow for the AA examination for Subspecialty Certification in Pain Management.
Learn more about the Tri-Institutional Pain Medicine Fellowship.
The following activities are included in the clinical curriculum
Participation in research projects is expected. The fellow should be able to contribute to the writing of at least one paper by the end of the year and is required to make at least three academic lecture presentations to a multidisciplinary audience of faculty, residents, nurses, pharmacists and basic science researchers.
To request an application or for further information, please contact:
Division of Pain Management - Department of Anesthesiology
Weill Cornell Medical College – NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
525 East 68th Street, Box 124
New York, NY 10021
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