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UCGNI boasts numerous opportunities for physicians and other health care providers who want to continue their training through conferences and symposiums hosted by programs within the university. For more information, visit Continuing Medical Education.
The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine offers several neurology-focused residency and fellowship opportunities. For more information regarding program details and application deadlines, visit the links below.
This one-year, UCNS-certified program based primarily at UC Health West Chester North provides fellows with ample opportunity for patient care and research. Fellows will manage their own patients in supervised clinics, as well as see clinical research patients. Additionally, they will be expected to complete at least one research project or participate in clinical drug trials. Fellows will have access to faculty who sub-specialize in movement disorders, sleep medicine, neuropsychology/speech, geropsychiatry and child neurology.
View Behavior Neurology & Neuro Psychiatry Fellowship
This one-year program provides fellows with the expertise necessary to diagnose and treat complex clinical problems in the areas of epilepsy. Eight adult epilepsy faculty members, all with subspeciality training in epilepsy, comprise a robust team devoted to giving you a learning experience in EEG, epilepsy monitoring and clinical epilepsy. Research opportunities are available to enterprising fellows, with current focus on topics such as the EEG detection of seizures in the ICU, the effects of stress on seizures and how to block those effects, and the development of epilepsy after traumatic brain injury
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This one-year program based primarily at the Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis at the University of Cincinnati provides fellows with ample opportunity for patient care and research. Fellows will manage their new and returning patients in our MS clinics, as well as see clinical research patients. Additionally, they will be expected to complete at least one research project. Fellows will have access to faculty who sub-specialize in neuro-urology, neuro-ophthalmology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, Rheumatology and Sarcoidosis.
Demyelinating Disease-Neuroimmunology Fellowship
This fellowship offers post-residency neurologists an intensive, two-year training in the diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. Developing fellows’ expertise in clinical care is a priority, as you will receive regular mentored time in fellows’ clinic, botulinum toxin injection clinic, DBS programming, and multidisciplinary Huntington’s disease genetics clinic. Fellows will also have the opportunity to propose research projects, as well as participate in active clinical trials, as protected time for both research and education is part of the fellowship’s commitment to scholarship.
View Movement Disorders Fellowship
This fellowship is a one-year ACGME-accredited program designed to provide expertise in the diagnosis and management of diverse neuromuscular disorders, including motor neuron, peripheral nerve, neuromuscular junction, and muscle disorders. Upon completion of the fellowship, fellows will meet the training requirements for certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology-Neuromuscular Medicine and the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
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This two-year fellowship trains physicians in the acute care of critically ill patients with an underlying neurological process. Fellows spend half their time in a critical care unity, and can use the other half to pursue specific critical care subspecialties. They will also have opportunities to participate in clinical and/or laboratory research in ongoing and/or newly developed studies. Core faculty consists of nine neurointensivists from backgrounds including neurology/neurovascular and epilepsy, anesthesia, emergency medicine, internal medicine/critical care and pediatric neurocritical care.
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This one- to two-year fellowship seeks to train and produce academic leaders and clinical researchers at an institution at the forefront in breakthrough research in the area of cerebrovascular disease. The program offers extensive, hands-on experience in the hyper-acute treatment of acute stroke patients, substantial protected time for clinical research projects and careful mentoring. Fellows have extensive opportunities for inpatient management of stroke patients and after two months of shadowing, they are allowed to evaluate and treat acute stroke patients with guidance stroke attendings. Fellows are expected to pursue an academic career in vascular neurology, so a high priority is placed on completing course work in clinical research methodology.
View Vascular Neurology Fellowship
This one-year CAST-Certified Spine Fellowship provides advanced training for post-residency neurosurgeons in the field of spine, with a particular focus on biomechanics and complex spinal procedures. In addition to their clinical and research duties, fellows will be expected to develop strong teaching and organizational skills necessary to participate in an academic career. They educate, oversee and work closely with residents to organize patient care. Fellows are directly mentored by members of the Spine Faculty and choose a research mentor to help guide their academic work.
View UC Neurosurgical Clinical Instructorship in Complex Spinal Surgery
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