Clinical Neuroimmunology is a robustly expanding subspecialty of neurology. Multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica, myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein antibody disorder and related diseases are increasingly recognized worldwide. Treatment options for MS have greatly expanded, engendering complexity in immunotherapeutical management.
Patients with these disorders increasingly seek out disease-specific specialty care. Research and investigation is vibrant within the specialty, spanning the spectrum from bench to bedside. There is active need for MS/Clinical Neuroimmunology specialists, and there is significant opportunity for neurologists with fellowship training in this subspecialty. We are committed to training tomorrow's leaders in this vital and consequential field.
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Candidates must hold an MD or equivalent, be board eligible in neurology, and be eligible for a California medical license.
If you are interested in applying to our program, we request a cover letter outlining your career goals and interest in pursuing either our Clinical/Clinical Research Fellowship or a Postdoctural Research Fellowship, a minimum of three letters of recommendation and a copy of your CV.
For additional information, please contact:
Amy A. Singh
Stanford Neuroscience Health Center
213 Quarry Road, MC 4841
Palo Alto, CA 93404
Email: [email protected]
Sep 24, 2021