Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program Curriculum

Fellows alternate a 50/50 split between neuromuscular and epilepsy blocks, during which they participate in epilepsy, neuromuscular and multidisciplinary ALS clinics. Fellows follow their own neuromuscular and epilepsy patients in a supervised continuity clinic. They perform EMGs and interpret a variety of inpatient and outpatient EEGs. Electives are available in sleep medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation and intraoperative monitoring, among others. Once per month, each fellow takes three weekdays and one weekend day of home call. The call days are selected by the fellow.

These clinical experiences are supplemented by interactive didactics, starting with a boot camp designed to orient fellows to EEG interpretation, EMG performance and interpretation, and management of clinic patients. Fellows participate in journal club and lead case conferences in EMG and EEG. They attend department of neurology grand rounds, case conferences and morbidity and mortality meetings.  

They participate in the education of neurology residents, medical students and other learners.        

  • EMG/NCS and Neuromuscular Clinic (five months)
  • EEG/EMU and Epilepsy Clinic (five months)
  • Electives (three two-week blocks)
  • Research (three two-week blocks)
  • Sleep Medicine (two weeks)

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If you have any additional, unanswered questions, please contact Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program Manager Mark Bolden and Program Coordinator Angeline Regis via email, below.

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