Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowships
We offer a comprehensive ACGME-approved clinical neurophysiology fellowship for 6 fellows per year at the University of Michigan. The strength of the program is the broad exposure to adult and pediatric EEG and Epilepsy studies.
A 1 –year fellowship in the diagnosis and treatment of headache and neuropathic pain.
Movement Disorders Fellowship
The Movement Disorders Fellowship is a flexible 1- to 2-year subspecialty training experience in movement disorders.
Multiple Sclerosis Fellowship
The Multiple Sclerosis fellowship is a 1- to 2- year fellowship in diagnosis and treatment of patients with MS and related disorders with an emphasis on clinical or translational research.
Neurointensive Care Fellowship
The Neuro-intensive Care fellowship is a 1- to 2-year fellowship that focuses on developing expertise in the management of neurology patients in the intensive care setting.
Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship
The Neuromuscular fellowship is a 1-year ACGME approved program devoted to developing expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with neuromuscular disease and performing EMG studies.
The Neurosport fellowship is a flexible 1-year training program with emphasis on the diagnosis and management of high-level athletes with neurologic disorders.
The U-M Neuro-oncology program offers a 1- to 2-year clinical fellowship in the management of tumors of the central nervous system.
The neuro-ophthalmology fellowship is 1- to 2-year clinical training program led by faculty with joint appointments in Neurology and Ophthalmology.
A 1-year fellowship accredited by the ACGME, in sleep medicine is offered by the University of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center.
The U-M Comprehensive Stroke Program offers a 1- or 2-year fellowship in cerebrovascular disease.