Fellowship Training

The Department of Neurology has multiple active fellowship programs that offer advanced training to develop specialized clinical expertise or basic neuroscience research experience. Completion of a Neurology Residency is required for admission into the clinical fellowship programs.

Current clinical fellowships are available in:

Clinical Neurophysiology – Neuromuscular
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Clinical Neurophysiology  – Epilepsy and EEG
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Vascular Neurology
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Neuroimmunology/Multiple Sclerosis
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Movement Disorders
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Neurocritical Care
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Research fellowships:

Additional funding for fellowship research is available through the Jeffrey Ivan Bennett Fellowship in:

  • Neuroimmunology/Multiple Sclerosis
  • Epilepsy

Contact Neuroimmunology or Epilepsy Fellowship directors for more information about research fellowship.

The University of Maryland School of Medicine has an active neuroscience program and it is possible to pursue graduate work in this program or in other basic science departments. The Department of Neurology and allied clinical and basic science departments work cooperatively to support training in both clinical and basic neuroscience research.

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