Our fellowship is designed to train the future leaders in Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neurology (BNNP). It is the only UCNS-accredited BNNP Fellowship housed within a psychiatry department west of Mississippi and provides advanced training in multidisciplinary services in the departments of Psychiatry, Neurology, and Neurosurgery. Our fellowship not only provides strong training in the treatment of memory disorders but also in the interface of Psychiatry and Neurology in a wide range of other neurological disorders such as movement disorders, epilepsy, stroke, concussion/TBI, etc.
Our fellows also receive advanced training in a variety of interventional psychiatry methods including TMS, ECT, VNS, and DBS. We work closely with our colleagues in the Neurology department, particularly those in our sister Behavioral Neurology fellowship and in the Movement Disorders fellowship. The availability of several other psychiatry and neurology fellowships, such as forensic psychiatry and headache, epilepsy, and neuroimmunology, has created additional collaborative training opportunities that can be tailored to our trainees’ interests.
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Our fellowship is open to both psychiatrists and neurologists, and the schedule will be customized based on the training background and interests.
Mar 09, 2023