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(09-13-2021, 08:03 AM)Guest Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 04:31 PM)Guest Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 03:30 PM)Guest Wrote: I wonder why Abdulrauf stepped down? Was it related to any scandal? My interactions with this guy were extremely negative (sexual harassment) but I didn’t take any legal steps at the time because I was just another neurosurgery applicant, and he was a Chair. Talked to my mentor at the time and explained the whole story and was asked to move on, avoid him and not apply at SLU.

What happened

I also heard it was sexual harassment from multiple close sources. 
Also SLU did peripheral nerve at Wash U (at least they used to) and they have like one true spine surgeon. They not even the second biggest neurosurgery department in their city.

They used to do that 7-8 years ago but they don’t anymore last I checked. From what I hear, residents have plenty of peripheral nerve and complex spine now and are inundated. They have postings for 2 pure spine surgeons. Lots of take overs happening and things moving around in the city. Interesting point though, what other neurosurgery departments are there in St Louis besides Wash U?
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#32
(08-29-2021, 08:13 PM)Guest Wrote: Feeling may get hurt but Mizzou, SLU, Louisville, Mississippi, Beaumont, MSU, Arizona, UTMB, VTech, SIU.

Isn't VTech a DO program...does that even count? What's the scoop on SIU and Beaumont?

(09-13-2021, 02:48 PM)Guest Wrote:
(09-13-2021, 08:03 AM)Guest Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 04:31 PM)Guest Wrote:
(09-09-2021, 03:30 PM)Guest Wrote: I wonder why Abdulrauf stepped down? Was it related to any scandal? My interactions with this guy were extremely negative (sexual harassment) but I didn’t take any legal steps at the time because I was just another neurosurgery applicant, and he was a Chair. Talked to my mentor at the time and explained the whole story and was asked to move on, avoid him and not apply at SLU.

What happened

I also heard it was sexual harassment from multiple close sources. 
Also SLU did peripheral nerve at Wash U (at least they used to) and they have like one true spine surgeon. They not even the second biggest neurosurgery department in their city.

They used to do that 7-8 years ago but they don’t anymore last I checked. From what I hear, residents have plenty of peripheral nerve and complex spine now and are inundated. They have postings for 2 pure spine surgeons. Lots of take overs happening and things moving around in the city. Interesting point though, what other neurosurgery departments are there in St Louis besides Wash U?

Private practice has a big draw and would be a barrier for continued expansion.
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