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Our Fellows

Clinical Fellows

Our clinical fellows are Canadian Trained Neurosurgeons pursuing post-gradute training in general neurosurgery and complex spine techniques. They are required to complete two 6 month rotations with our physicians and contribute to original research projects. Our fellows also serve as triage surgeons reviewing referrals for completeness, acuity and to allocate them to the most appropriate physicians for ongoing management.

2016-2017
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Zurab Ivanishvili

Dr. Ivanishvili completed medical school in Vancouver at the University of British Columbia and continued neurosurgical training at the University of Saskatchewan where he spent a year learning functional neurosurgery. è Dr. Ivanishvili completed medical school in Vancouver at the University of British Columbia and continued neurosurgical training at the University of Saskatchewan where he spent a year learning functional neurosurgery. Dr Ivanishvili is now a staff surgeon at the Royal Columbian in New Westminster, BC. 

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Kashif Parvez

Dr Parvez came to the VINF is an accomplished neurosurgical resident in the University of Toronto program. He has a proven publication record, and a genuine desire to pursue academic neurosurgery. In addition to multiple publications, he has taken a strong role in teaching medical students interested in a career in neurosurgery.

2015-2016
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Dr. Sung Joo-Yuh

Sung completed his undergraduate degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology at McGill University and received his medical degree in Ottawa. His interests in neurosurgery include cerebrovascular and spine. Outside of medicine, he enjoys playing soccer and snowboarding. Sung went on to become a staff surgeon in Montreal after his Fellowship.

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