Whether you’ve decided on your area of interest or are still weighing your options, our flexible curriculum allows you to find your way, at your own pace.

Your one-year clinical curriculum consists of 13 four-week modules. This includes two required modules of electromyography (EMG) and one module of vacation.

Beyond that, you’ll enjoy a great deal of flexibility in your training.

Delving into your own area of interest, you can concentrate your training in electroencephalography (EEG) and epilepsy or EMG and neuromuscular diseases.

You’ll have time to investigate both fields — and even change your mind, if need be. We can modify our curriculum to meet your needs.

EEG/Epilepsy Track

Our pediatric and adult epileptologists will guide you through your training in EEG and epilepsy.

You’ll gain expertise in the care and treatment of epilepsy, including experience with routine EEG, long-term digital video EEG monitoring, epilepsy management, presurgical evaluation, invasive monitoring and evoked potentials.

On this track, our fellows typically complete:

EMG/Neuromuscular Diseases Track

Our neuromuscular specialists will teach you how to confidently administer a range of neuromuscular procedures. These include routine EMG, single-fiber EMG, nerve conduction studies, repetitive stimulation and Botox injections.

You’ll help manage adult and pediatric neuromuscular disorders in our specialized neuromuscular and Muscular Dystrophy Association clinics.

On this track, our fellows typically complete:


Whichever track you select, you can take electives to enrich your understanding of our field.

We offer two:


You’ll have opportunities to teach neurology residents, primarily during your rotations.


Regardless of which rotations you take, you’ll only be on call from home — and at most, one-half day per weekend to read stat EEGs.

When you rotate through the epilepsy monitoring unit, you’ll take night call from home from Sunday to Friday. Rarely will you need to go to the hospital.