Train in our one-year clinical neurophysiology fellowship, and you’ll develop the high-level expertise you need to care for patients with disorders of the central, peripheral and autonomic nervous systems.
Our accredited fellowship program offers you a flexible curriculum, allowing you to delve deeply into your professional interests. Our academic environment ensures that you pursue those interests guided by university faculty on the leading edge of medicine.
We give you the choice to concentrate your training in one of two equally strong tracks: electroencephalography and epilepsy, or electromyography and neuromuscular diseases.
Whichever path you follow, our expert faculty will guide you through every stage of your training. We’ll engage you in cutting-edge clinical practices, giving you the tools to solve diagnostic puzzles and provide exemplary care to patients at key stages in their illness.
You’ll receive specialized, individualized training from attentive faculty who are leaders in neurological care, research and education.
Our ranks include:
Our faculty bring national and international perspectives to their work, with professional experiences or credentials from, among other institutions:
You’ll develop your skills in state-of-the art learning facilities as well as diverse clinical care centers that allow you to see a number of interesting conditions.
Among others, your training sites include:
Our fellowship positions you well for subspecialty practice, but it doesn’t do so at the expense of a work-life balance.
Unlike the pace of your neurology residency, you’ll have more free time in our fellowship program, including minimal on-call responsibilities.
Western New York offers you the ideal environment for you to advance your career and enjoy your life. Training in our expanding downtown medical campus will stimulate your academic and clinical interests as you take your place among the medical professionals helping to reshape this region into a dynamic health care hub.
In your off-hours, you’ll have the opportunity to take advantage of everything the “City of Good Neighbors” has to offer: a robust cultural scene, family-friendly amenities, a low cost of living and much more.