Pediatric Epilepsy Genetics Fellowship

Pediatric Epilepsy Genetics Fellowship

The Pediatric Epilepsy Genetics Fellowship training program at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago is sponsored by the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University.

We welcome applications from candidates interested in clinical training and research in pediatric epilepsy genetics. During this one-year, non-accredited advanced training program, the fellow will develop expertise in the recognition, evaluation and acute and long-term management of epilepsy genetic patients. In addition to clinical service in the Epilepsy Center, the fellowship training will include available rotations in the epilepsy monitoring unit and genetics clinics. The fellow will be required to devote substantial time and effort to clinical and translational research in epilepsy genetics, with a focus in the area of precision medicine.

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The successful candidate should be fully trained in Child Neurology and have completed ACGME fellowship training in epilepsy and/or clinical neurophysiology by the time the Epilepsy Genetics fellowship begins.

How To Apply:

Inquiries should be directed to the Fellowship Director, John J. Millichap, MD.

Contact Information:

John J. Millichap, MD, FAAN, FAAP, FACNS

Program Director, Pediatric Epilepsy Genetics Fellowship; Attending Epileptologist; Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology


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Aurea Abad

Coordinator, Child Neurology Training Program


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    May 31, 2022

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    Chicago, Illinois

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