Dr. Mike Chow
The primary objective of our neurosurgical program is to develop graduates of excellent moral and ethical character who possess the factual knowledge, surgical technical skills and motivation required to successfully practice neurosurgery in Canada or elsewhere. This is done within a six-year timeframe.
Residents are exposed to a robust and diverse clinical experience at three sites: University Hospital, Royal Alexandra Hospital and the Stollery Children’s Hospital.
Residents gain experience in all aspects of subspecialty neurosurgery and innovative neurosurgical equipment (complex spine, neuro-endoscopy, deep brain stimulation, endovascular neurosurgery, functional neurosurgery and Gamma Knife).
Our neurosurgical residency program offers a unique PGY 4 experience. Residents can explore research and pre-fellowship interests and/or further clinical experience (academic or community) during this year.