Southern TOHOKU Research Institute for Neuroscience, Southern Tohoku General Hospital Training Center (Japan)
Southern Tohoku Research Institute for Neuroscience is a core corporation of the Fukushima Prefecture-based Southern Tohoku Group, which operates eight hospitals in Tokyo and three other prefectures. The Corporation operates medical facilities and nursing homes, centering on its affiliated Southern Tohoku Hospital (461 beds) in Koriyama City. It opened Japan’s first privately managed proton therapy center, and is now promoting a plan to develop and demonstrate a cancer treatment equipment using boron-neutron capture therapy (BNCT) as the first hospital in the world to do so. Southern Tohoku Research Institute for Neuroscience is pleased to announce fellowships for young neurosurgeons.
Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan.
The requirements are:
Two letters of recommendation from your principal, professor, or dean are required. The letters should indicate the specific needs of your institution or your research that will be fulfilled by your experience at the Hospital. One letter must be from the associated dean of students or equivalent. This letter must state the student is in good standing and good health.
The applicant please fill out the Online Application Form. and sumbit 1 year beofre the date when you wish to begin the training. Only the online application will be accepted. Prof. Miguel Arraez, MD, PhD (Spain), Chairman of the WFNS Foundation, who after reviewing the applicants would recommend them to this International Fellowship Program. At the end of satisfactorily completing the rotation, Certificates are issued by the WFNS.
And Kazuo Watanabe, MD, PhD
CEO, President and Chairman of Southern TOHOKU Research Institute for Neuroscience
7-115 Yatsuyamada Koriyama Fukushima Japan