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Figure 1: Neurosurgery residency cohort racial makeup from 2009 to 2018. Here shows the data collected by the AAMC regarding the racial identity of matched neurosurgical residents from 2009 to 2018 showing no significant changes in the makeup of neurosurgery trainees in the last decade.[2] White residents remain the majority of incoming residents and there have been no significant increases in the number of black or Latinx incoming residents. AAMC = Association of American Medical College

Figure 1: Neurosurgery residency cohort racial makeup from 2009 to 2018. Here shows the data collected by the AAMC regarding the racial identity of matched neurosurgical residents from 2009 to 2018 showing no significant changes in the makeup of neurosurgery trainees in the last decade.<sup>[2]</sup> White residents remain the majority of incoming residents and there have been no significant increases in the number of black or Latinx incoming residents. AAMC = Association of American Medical College