The Headache Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Arizona continues to be one of the most sought-after headache fellowship programs in the country. The one-year program is the largest academic headache program in the United States.
Faculty members hold leadership roles in national and international professional organizations including the American Headache Society, International Headache Society, and American Academy of Neurology.
As a fellow, you will:
The program provides fellows with approximately 40% of protected time each week for research. By the end of the fellowship year, you'll have engaged in research, presented at national and international meetings, and published peer-reviewed publications.
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To apply to the Headache Fellowship Program you must have completed an accredited four-year residency program in neurology in the United States or Canada. You must also be board eligible for the American Board Examination in Psychiatry and Neurology.
Mayo Clinic’s academic year begins in July.
Complete the following steps to apply:
In addition to the standard application materials required by Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education, this program requires:
Applicants considered for an appointment will be invited for an interview with the program director and selected faculty.
Most interviews are conducted from March 1 - Aug. 1 each year. The program uses direct appointment for successful candidates.
Rashmi Halker Singh, M.D.
Email: [email protected]
Feb 02, 2022