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Clinical Neurophysiology

The Department of Neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center offers a one-year fellowship in clinical neurophysiology. Potential applicants must have completed a neurology residency by the time of entry into the fellowship and must have a Kansas license to practice medicine. To apply, candidates should send Sonya Fabricius a CV, a letter of interest and at least three letters of recommendation, one of which must come from the applicant's most recent program director. After completion, fellows will be prepared to sit for the ABPN exam in clinical neurophysiology.

Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship

Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology

The KU ADC Memory Care Clinic is the premier tertiary care clinic for dementia in the Kansas City region. Our clinicians see over 1,200 patients per year with many types of dementia. We have created a Clinical and Research Fellowship in Dementia to prepare physician scientists. Fellows will receive advanced clinical training in differential diagnosis and neuropsychological examination as well as neuroimaging and neuropathological research experience. Through the KDART Fellows will be trained in scientific hypothesis development and good clinical or basic science research practice. The Fellowship is approved by the University of Kansas Medical Center's Graduate Medical Education office without AGCME accreditation.

Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology Fellowship

Epilepsy

The Department of Neurology offers an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-accredited epilepsy fellowship at the University of Kansas Medical Center. The epilepsy faculty are excited you’ve chosen a career in epilepsy and a consideration of further training here at KU.

Epilepsy Fellowship

Neurocritical Care

The Department of Neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center offers two fellowships in neurocritical care. These fellowships can follow either a one-year track or a two-year track, depending on previous experience.

Neurocritical Care Fellowship

Neuromuscular Medicine

The Department of Neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center offers a one-year fellowship in neuromuscular medicine. Potential applicants must have completed a residency in neurology or physical medicine and rehabilitation by the time of entry into the fellowship and must have a Kansas license to practice medicine. To apply, candidates should send Sonya Fabricius a CV, a letter of interest and at least three letters of recommendation, one of which must come from the applicant's most recent program director. After completion, fellows will be prepared to sit for the ABPN board exam in neuromuscular medicine. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and there is no deadline to apply. The fellowship appointment begins on July 1 and runs through June 30.

Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship

Movement Disorders

A two-year fellowship in Movement Disorders is primarily designed for neurologists interested in a career in academic medicine. Under the close guidance of our expert faculty, our fellows gain the critical knowledge and skills necessary to diagnose and treat a wide variety of common and rare movement disorders in people of all ages.

Movement Disorders Fellowship

Sleep Medicine

A one-year fellowship in sleep medicine is offered through the Internal Medicine Department at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Potential applicants must have completed a residency by the time of entry into the program and must have a Kansas license to practice medicine. Candidates must apply through ERAS application. After completion, fellows will be prepared to sit for the Sleep Medicine Board Examination offered by the ABIM/APBN. The fellowship appointment begins on July 1 and runs through the next June 30.

Sleep Medicine Fellowship

Vascular Neurology

The Department of Neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center offers a one-year fellowship in vascular neurology. Potential applicants must have completed a neurology residency by the time of entry into the fellowship and have a Kansas license to practice medicine. To apply, candidates should send Sonya Fabricius a CV, a letter of interest and at least three letters of recommendation, one of which must come from the applicant's most recent program director. After completion, fellows will be prepared to sit for the ABPN exam in vascular neurology.

Vascular Neurology Fellowship

KU School of Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Neurology
Mailstop 2012
3901 Rainbow Blvd.
Kansas City, KS 66160
Phone: 913-588-6970
Fax: 913-588-6965