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The program will provide clinical and didactic experience in Electromyography and Nerve Conduction studies and Electroencephalography with additional training in the broad area of Clinical Neurophysiology (sleep studies, evoked potentials, intraoperative monitoring and autonomic testing). There will be ample experience in the continuity specialty clinics: Neuromuscular/MDA and Epilepsy (a half day per week for each clinic). Monthly neuromuscular/EMG, epilepsy/EEG, neuropathology conferences and weekly EEG/EMG reading sessions are provided for the fellow. Clinical neurophysiology fellows are also encouraged to participate in clinical or basic research with supervising faculty and to present their work in regional or national conference as well as teaching neurology residents and medical students. 

We provide a flexible educational experience depending on the fellow’s interests: traditional combined EMG/neuromuscular and EEG/epilepsy track or a single-track either EEG/Epilepsy focus or EMG/neuromuscular focus. The fellows will have opportunities to work with multiple subspecialty board certified physicians as well as EEG and/or EMG board certified experienced technicians.