Spine Surgery Fellowship Program
The Spine Surgery Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital & Brigham and Women's Hospital is a comprehensive education in the science of spine surgery, clinical as well as research, basic science, teaching and education.
The goal of the Spine Surgery Fellowship Program is a comprehensive education in the science of spine surgery, clinical as well as research, basic science, teaching and education. The fellowship is co-directed by Dr. Kirkham Wood, Chief of the Orthopaedic Spine Service at Massachusetts General Hospital and Dr. Christopher Bono, Chief of the Orthopaedic Spine Service at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Fellows rotate in both the operating room and the clinic setting with treatment of degenerative adult spine conditions, spinal deformity, acute spine trauma and spinal tumors. Fellows also have exposure to the basic science lab at MGH as part of the teaching experience. They will have the opportunity to publish a peer-reviewed clinical or basic science research project. And fellows take part in the education of medical students and residents including presenting lectures related to the fellowship curriculum.
Kirkham Wood, MDCo-Director, Spine Surgery Fellowship Program
Chief, Orthopaedic Spine Service
55 Fruit Street, Yawkey 3a
Boston, MA 02114