The ACGME-accredited UCSD Neurophysiology EMG/Clinical track program is a one-year clinical fellowship specializing in neurophysiology with an emphasis on EMG. Currently there is one fellowship position per year.
In addition to healthy amount of EMG training, the fellow will also be adept at intra-operative monitoring, botox, single fiber EMG, and ultrasound. Clinical evaluation of neuromuscular patients with muscle, nerve, motor neuron and neuromuscular junction disorders is incorporated into the curriculum so that the fellow can make informed decisions about the findings of complex EMG cases. Training in neuropathology, genetics of neuromuscular disease and therapeutics are also incorporated into the curriculum. We have robust inpatient pediatric and adult neuromuscular consultation and EMG services. Fellows take primary responsibility for the care and management of neuromuscular patients and will work in conjunction with the Neuromuscular Medicine fellow. We have designed the fellowship to provide all the skills necessary to ensure career success in either an academic or private practice setting.
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Applicants must have:
Applicants who are accepted to the fellowship are also required to obtain a California Medical License prior to start of fellowship.
Applications (generic application) are being accepted for the 2025-2026 training program beginning August 2023. Early application is encouraged. You will need the following to submit:
Letters of Recommendation should be addressed to Dominic Ferrey, M.D., Fellowship Director.
Email generic application and required documents to:
Carolyn Vergara, Fellowship Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Jan 24, 2023
La Jolla, California