The Young Neurosurgeons Committee (YNC) provides representatives to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) leadership. They develop the future leaders of neurosurgery and provide a channel for young neurosurgeons to impact the direction of our profession.
Explore the Young Neurosurgeon pages to learn about the abundance of resources and educational programs tailored specifically for each young neurosurgeon’s development.
InformationTo learn about your complimentary AANS membership while you are in training, or if you have recently graduated, visit the Member Services page.
Young Neurosurgeons Newsletter
Read our current, biannual Young Neurosurgeons newsletter for the latest updates.
View the archives of previous newsletters here.
Resident Opportunities at the AANS Annual Scientific Meeting
To learn more about any of these opportunities, visit the AANS Annual Scientific Meeting website.
- Young Neurosurgeons Research Forum
- Donald O. Quest Award for Best Young Neurosurgeon Abstracts
- Osler Lecture for Medical Students
- YNC Luncheon
- Neurosurgical Top Gun Competition
- Marshals Subcommittee Program
NREF/AANS Resident Education Series on YouTube
Free online courses are available for residents on the NREF YouTube channel. Check back often, new courses are added frequently.
Young Neurosurgeons Circle of Giving
The leadership of the Neurosurgery Research & Education Foundation established the Young Neurosurgeons Circle of Giving to introduce neurosurgical residents into the culture of philanthropy. Membership is open to residents who demonstrate a commitment to advancing neurosurgery with a cash contribution of $500 ($USD) or more. Eligibility expires at the conclusion of your residency. To support the future of your specialty, please visit the NREF Donate page. Thank you for considering NREF in your philanthropy.
Do you have feedback, suggestions or questions for the YNC? Email the AANS at email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you.
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