Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship
Welcome to St. Luke’s Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program! Our program is a one-year ACGME accredited program that accepts one fellow per year. It is a structured, clinical training experience for fellows to become competent in the field of clinical neurophysiology and prepared for ABPN Clinical Neurophysiology Board Examination. In a welcoming and supportive environment, fellows receive comprehensive educational, clinical and procedural training, as well as participate in guided research opportunities. Additional scholarly activities include continuing education conferences, quality improvement, and teaching other learners, residents, and medical students. We emphasize a balanced training experience between clinical experience, scholarly activities, and structured didactics.
Learn about St. Luke’s Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program.
Our program focuses on teaching fellows the fundamentals of epilepsy, neuromuscular disease, intraoperative monitoring, and sleep medicine while demonstrating compassionate patient care. Fellows learn best practices to improve patient health outcomes and promote awareness within the community. With a large volume and diverse array of patients seen each year, fellows gain experience with a variety of neurologic disorders.
Over the course of training, St. Luke’s Clinical Neurophysiology fellows have dedicated time in the outpatient clinic, neuromuscular lab, epilepsy monitoring unit, and operating room for intraoperative monitoring. Fellows develop competence in long-term EEG monitoring, pre-surgical planning for epilepsy surgery, electromyography, sleep medicine, and intraoperative monitoring.
Our dedicated team of epileptologists, neuromuscular specialists, physician assistants, social workers, nurses, research faculty, and fellowship coordinators will ensure that your experience here is of the highest quality!