- Fellows are supported in various clinical and translational research opportunities.
- Fellows function as subinvestigators for clinical trial recruitment.
Fellows will participate in the following:
- Weekly collaborative didactics between attendings and fellows
- Direct instruction from seasoned electrodiagnosticians, including technologists and physicians in an AANEM Accredited Laboratory with Exemplary Status
- Elective time for various neuromuscular-adjacent learning opportunities or research pursuits
- Opportunities for becoming proficient in the reading of autonomic reflex studies
- Monthly neuropathology conference with in-person slide review with neuromuscular and neuropathology attendings and related trainees
Fellows will be exposed to the following:
- Outpatient exposure to broad nerve and muscle pathology, from a variety of etiologies including toxic/metabolic, autoimmune, genetic, degenerative, and nutritional
- Inpatient neuromuscular consults and electrodiagnostic testing
- Robust electrodiagnostic training, with specialized training in jitter analysis (aka single fiber EMG), repetitive nerve stimulation, prolonged exercise testing for periodic paralysis, sympathetic skin response, and quantitative EMG
- A multidisciplinary clinic dedicated to ALS, which is a certified Center of Excellence by the ALS Association
- A multidisciplinary clinic dedicated to muscular dystrophy, which is partnered with the Muscular Dystrophy Association
- Rural outreach neuromuscular care
- Must be a BC/BE adult or child neurologist or a PMR physician who has completed their ACGME-accredited residency training by the fellowship start date
- Must be US citizen, permanent resident, or hold a J-1 clinical visa
Applications are received and reviewed through the AANEM fellowship portal.