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Medical Student Education

The Department of Neurological Surgery offers third- and fourth-year elective clerkship rotations as well as a special elective for medical students at Indiana University School of Medicine interested in gaining experience in neurological surgery. Medical students will experience rotations at clinical partner facilities statewide.

In addition to advanced electives, IU School of Medicine offers the Julius M. Goodman Scholarship to deserving fourth-year medical students interested in pursuing neurological surgery. Every student is automatically considered for the scholarship. There is no application process.

Interested in medical education at IU?

IU School of Medicine, the largest undergraduate medical education program in the US, offers a nationally recognized, fully accredited four-year medical education program leading to a MD degree.

MD Program

Clerkship Rotations

  • 93SN700, Indianapolis
    Clinical and Laboratory Honors Program in Neurosurgery (93SN700) at IU Health University Hospital (Indianapolis)
  • 02SN701, Fort Wayne
    Clinical Neurosurgery (02SN701) at Fort Wayne Center for Medical Education (Fort Wayne)
  • 93SN730, Indianapolis
    Neurosurgery (93SN730) at IU Health Methodist Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health (Indianapolis)
  • 93SN740, Indianapolis
    Pediatric Neurosurgery (93SN740) at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health (Indianapolis)
  • 93SN990
    Special Elective in Neurological Surgery (93SN990)