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Medical Student Education

For medical students interested in gaining experience in neurological surgery, the Indiana University School of Medicine offers third- and fourth-year elective clerkship rotations at clinical partner facilities statewide as well as a special elective.

  • 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)

Julius M. Goodman Scholarship

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 as a specialty. Every student is automatically considered for the scholarship. There is no application process.