The Neuroimmunology fellowship at Northwestern is a one-to-two-year subspecialty training program. The fellow will gain clinical expertise in the comprehensive care of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and other related central nervous system (CNS) demyelinating/inflammatory diseases. In addition, the fellow will also be trained in the care of patients with neurological complications of HIV infection and other Neuro-Infectious diseases.
Fellows will participate in a monthly journal club and monthly case presentation of interesting demyelinating cases. There are also monthly didactic conferences for residents covering various topics on Neuro-Immunology or Neuro-Infectious Diseases. The fellow will attend as well as give some of these lectures.
The fellow will develop the skills to educate not only their patients, but also residents and medical students. Fellows greatly contribute to the resident and medical student education while they are in the clinic or seeing cases in the hospital.
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Candidates must have completed residency program in neurology or child neurology accredited in the United States or Canada.
Residents are selected for the MS fellowship from eligible applicants based upon their preparedness, ability, aptitude, academic credentials, communication skills and personal qualities. No discrimination is made based upon sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability or veteran status. Approximately half of the eligible applicants are invited for personal interviews.
We are accepting applications. Application packets should include the following:
Please email application materials to Lyndsey Van at [email protected]
Fellowship Program Director, Neurommunology/Multiple Sclerosis
Chief, Neuro-infectious Disease and Global Neurology
Feb 28, 2022