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KU Medical Center and the Department of Neurology are committed to providing our residents and fellows with a competitive annual salary and benefits package. Benefits include, but are not limited to, medical and dental plans, paid time off and retirement plans.


Visit the KU Medical Center's Office of Graduate Medical Education website for the current academic year's stipends for residents and fellows. This information applies to residents and fellows training at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, campus.

Educational perks

  • Residents and fellows are eligible for an educational stipend to attend a conference or for the purchase of books, CDs or other educational materials subject to approval of the program.
  • Access to KU's medical library is given for house staff to browse electronic journals without a subscription.

Professional perks

  • Malpractice insurance coverage is provided to all employees.
  • Health insurance for you and your family.
  • Worker's compensation insurance.
  • Retirement programs.

Vacation and leave

  • Residents and fellows are eligible for time off benefits. Holiday call will be equitably distributed by the program director.
  • Residents and fellows receive three weeks of paid vacation each academic year.
  • Sick leave is time that can be used in case of illness or injury. Residents and fellows are allowed 10 non-cumulative days of sick leave each year.
  • Extended leave without pay is given for reason of family or person illness, serious health conditions, disability or the birth or adoption of a child.


  • Access to Kirmayer Fitness Center, KU Medical Center's onsite fitness center at a discounted rate
  • Laundry service
  • Meal allowance

More information

For more detailed information about the benefits we offer, check out these resources.

Last modified: Dec 16, 2020
Program Info

Gary S. Gronseth, MD
Professor and Chairman
Department of Neurology

Mamatha Pasnoor, MD
Professor and Director
Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program

Mazen M. Dimachkie, MD
Professor and Associate Director
Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program

Utku Uysal, MD
Associate Professor and Associate Director
Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship Program

Sonya Fabricius
Education Coordinator

The University of Kansas
Medical Center
Department of Neurology
3599 Rainbow Blvd, MS 2012
Kansas City, KS 66160

Clinical Neurophysiology
Fellowship Handbook