International Neuromodulation Society Mentorship Program

To our members:

Thank you to all who applied to the International Neuromodulation Society’s Mentorship Program this year—both mentors and mentees. The application period closed April 17, 2020.
There will be more opportunities to participate in this program at a future date. In the meantime, members are invited to attend the mentorship reception at the INS Congress and also visit the INS Member Resources page to utilize other member benefits.

The INS mentorship program, a unique educational experience offered only to members, is an opportunity to actively engage the next generation of neuromodulators. The program seeks to pair practitioners who are in training or early autonomous practice with highly qualified leaders in the field of neuromodulation. Mentoring pairs are matched by the INS Board and members of the Young Neuromodulators and International Women in Neuromodulation (iWIN) committees. The pairs are expected to communicate quarterly to discuss important topics in the field of implantable technologies, best practices, clinical management and career development. The program is industry neutral and aims to provide supplemental enrichment to expand and enhance neuromodulation practice.

Robert M. Levy, MD, PhD
President, International Neuromodulation Society

Alexios Carayannopoulos, DO, MPH, FAAPMR, FAAOE, FFSMB; Sean Li, MD; Moein Tavakkoli, MD, FRCA; Anh Ngo, MD
Steering Committee, Young Neuromodulators Committee

Julie Pilitsis, MD; Erika Petersen, MD; Gianna Casini, MD; Susan Moeschler, MD; Genni Duse, MD
International Women in Neuromodulation (iWIN) Committee