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The Division of Neurology at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) offers three fellow training programs, in Clinical Neurophysiology (1 year), Epilepsy (2 years), and combined Epilepsy-Sleep (2 years). Up to two qualified applicants are accepted per year. Neurology fellowship training at CCHMC provides applicants with resources at one of the top ranked children’s hospitals in the United States for both Patient Care and Research. The Neurology Division is one of the largest and most successful child neurology clinical and research programs in the United States, with innovative, recognized programs in Epilepsy, Epilepsy Surgery, Clinical Trials, and Neurophysiology. We are also affiliated with the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, which allows for flexibility in obtaining clinical and research training based on the applicants’ career interests.
The Clinical Neurophysiology fellowship is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN). Completion of the program qualifies fellows for the ABPN Clinical Neurophysiology Board examination.
The Epilepsy Fellowship is recommended for applicants interested in academic medicine, research and extended training in epilepsy. Mentored research in epilepsy-related fields is offered. The additional year allows for an emphasis on developing long-term research projects and application for funding.
The combined Epilepsy-Sleep fellowship is offered in collaboration with the CCHMC Division of Pulmonology and Sleep medicine and include one year of EEG/epilepsy training and one year of sleep medicine training. Both fellowship programs are ACGME accredited and the fellows will qualify for both the Sleep Medicine and Clinical Neurophysiology Board exams offered by the ABPN.
The goals of these fellowships are to develop excellence in clinical epilepsy, video / EEG monitoring, epilepsy surgery and related procedures, electroencephalography and evoked potentials, and investigational antiepileptic drug trials based on the fellows’ career interests. There are ample opportunities to develop skills in clinical research, education of residents and students, and clinical or research subspecialty interests.
Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG/Epilepsy focus) 8 months EEG and epilepsy monitoring 1 month EMG 1 month sleep 1 month of elective 1 month of vacation
Monday, Tuesdays and Fridays
Sejal Jain, MD Director, Clinical neurophysiology/ Epilepsy Fellowship Program Director, Epilepsy-Sleep Program Assistant Professor of pediatrics and neurology Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center 3333 Burnet Ave ML 2015 Cincinnati OH 45229 Email: Sejal.Jain@cchmc.orgSharon Bowling Fellowship Coordinator Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center 3333 Burnet Ave ML 2015 Cincinnati OH 45229 Phone 513-636-8681 Fax 513-636-1888Email firstname.lastname@example.orgTo apply, please download an application form in portable document format (.pdf). Please submit your CV along with the application.
Applicants should be board-eligible/certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, or the equivalent.
The Comprehensive Epilepsy Center Meet the team
Recent and current fellows:Hansel Greiner, MD Jeff Tenney, MD, PhDRavindra Arya, MD
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