International Neuromodulation Society Mentorship Program

To our members:

We are pleased to announce that the International Neuromodulation Society’s Mentorship Program is now accepting new applications for both Mentees and Mentors and we would like to invite you to participate in this unique program that is available only to INS members. This educational experience seeks to pair practitioners who are in training or early autonomous practice (Mentees) with highly qualified leaders in the field of neuromodulation (Mentors). Mentoring pairs are expected to have regular contact to discuss important topics in the field of implantable technologies, best practices, clinical management and career development. Mentees will also be expected to present articles in the INS’s monthly virtual journal clubs. The mentorship program is industry neutral and aims to provide supplemental enrichment to expand and enhance neuromodulation practice. 

If you are an existing member and would like to apply to become a mentor or mentee, please check your email inbox for an email with instructions for applying. If you would like the email sent again, or if you are not a member and would like to participate in this program, please write to the INS Executive Office at  [email protected].

The INS Board and members of the Young Neuromodulators (YNM) and International Women in Neuromodulation (iWIN) Committees will be matching Mentees and Mentors, with the goal of linking new practitioners with more experienced colleagues. We encourage you to apply as Mentors or Mentees, and take advantage of educational and networking opportunities in INS chapters and internationally. (INS / Chapter membership is required for participation.) This is an opportunity to actively engage the next generation of neuromodulators. We thank you in advance for your consideration.

We also invite you to attend receptions hosted by the YNM and iWIN Committees during the INS 16th World Congress from 11-16 May 2024 in Vancouver, Canada.   

Monday, May 13, Young Neuromodulators Reception
Tuesday, May 14, iWIN Reception

We hope you will participate in this enriching program and we hope to see you in Vancouver!

Best wishes,

Prof. Marc Russo, FFAMANZCA
President, International Neuromodulation Society

Alexios Carayannopoulos, DO, MPH; Sean Li, MD; Moein Tavakkoli, MD, FRCA
Steering Committee, Young Neuromodulators Committee

Julie Pilitsis, MD; Erika Petersen, MD; Gianna Casini, MD; Susan Moeschler, MD; Genni Duse, MD
iWIN Committee