We’re so glad you’re interested in applying to the Neurosurgery Residency Program at Barrow Neurological Institute. Program Director, Francisco Ponce, M.D., is thrilled to welcome those applicants who show a passion for expanding upon what's possible, and who are committed to becoming leaders in the neurosurgery and neurosurgery science fields. We’ve worked hard to create a healthy, supportive environment — we’re a family, and we’re always looking to bring on new and exciting talent. We train the world’s foremost neurosurgeons, and we hope you’ll be one of them.
Our Department of Neurosurgery is home to more than 20 board-certified and board-eligible clinical faculty members. And each neurosurgery subspecialty is represented. As a resident, you’ll work alongside eight members of the prestigious American Academy of Neurosurgery. And when we say work, we mean it — more than 8,000 neurosurgical procedures are performed annually at Barrow, including endovascular interventions and stereotactic radiosurgery, with facilities that include 64 patient-dedicated neurointensive care unit beds.
In addition to the operating theater, our research division supports active laboratories in:
Barrow is dedicated and invested in our residency program, and it shows in the constant improvements and resources we provide, such as:
Are you an independent, creative and self-motivated individual, ready to join a world-class team and embark on a career-altering journey? Then we’d love for you to apply to the Barrow Residency Program. For more detailed information about the program, including how to apply, contact the Residency Program Coordinator at (602) 406-3196.
As a Barrow patient, you can feel confident we’ll exhaust every avenue to arrive at a proper diagnosis and treatment plan customized specifically for you. Request a Surgical Evaluation online and our Patient Navigator will guide you through the next steps. *Please know that we prefer reviewing your imaging and medical records before your first appointment to give you the best patient care and treatment options.See the Barrow Difference