The mission of the Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program is to provide comprehensive clinical training in the study and interpretation of the clinical neurophysiology tests commonly utilized in the diagnosis and prognosis of neurological disorders, involving the central and peripheral nervous systems.
By the completion of training, fellows are expected to become competent in the use of these tests, which will allow them to perform comprehensive evaluation of patients with chronic and treatment-resistant epilepsy, newly diagnosed epilepsy, non-epileptic events of organic or functional nature, as well as the assessment of neuromuscular disorders in private practice or academic settings.
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Our program does not participate in a match program.
The final fellowship selections are made among the interviewed candidates by the faculty and/or selection committee.
All applicants must have satisfactorily completed a residency program in child neurology, neurodevelopmental disabilities, neurology or psychiatry.
Applications are accepted from May to September. Interviews are conducted from August to December.
Apr 04, 2022
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida