CSRS has a number of educational opportunities throughout the year, including the Annual Meeting and Instructional Course, Hands-On Techniques Course, and the Traveling Fellowship program.
51st Annual Meeting
The Annual Meeting gathers leading orthopedic and neurosurgical physicians, residents, and fellows in an international forum. The meeting promotes high quality meaningful research, discussion, and exchange of ideas for the diagnosis and treatment of cervical spine injury and disease.
Hands-on Techniques Course
This course is intended for spine fellows who are interested in learning from experienced, world renowned, Cervical Spine Research Society (CSRS) members, practicing spine surgeons who would like to sharpen their current surgical skills and senior level residents or Fellows who are interested in strengthening their knowledge and skill base prior to embarking on a career in spinal surgery.
Traveling Fellowship Program
The goal of the fellowship is to expose young spine surgeons under the age of 45 residing in either North or South America to other institutions and individuals with an expertise in the cervical spine to broaden their experience and foster their academic career.