Many of our residents continue their training in one of several neurology fellowships. Learn more about these opportunities.
The Epilepsy Fellowship prepares clinicians to diagnose, treat and explore better care options for patients with epileptic disorders and their families.
Headache Medicine Fellowship
The Headache Medicine Fellowship provides advanced training in the pathophysiology, recognition, management and study of pediatric headache disorders. Fellows leave our program with the skills and knowledge to launch careers in academic headache medicine.
Movement Disorders Fellowship
The Movement Disorders Fellowship provides training in diagnosis and pharmacological management of pediatric movement disorders as well as botulinum toxin injection, deep brain stimulation, and non-invasive brain stimulation for clinical and research purposes.
Neonatal Neurology Fellowship
The Neonatal Neurology Fellowship provides one year of additional clinical training focusing on the recognition and management of neurological diseases that affect the fetus, neonate and infant in order to prepare individuals for a clinical or academic career in neonatal neurology.
Neurocritical Care and Cerebrovascular Fellowship
The Neurocritical Care and Cerebrovascular Fellowship provides one year of additional clinical training focusing on brain-directed care for critically-ill pediatric patients and the management of pediatric cerebrovascular disease.
The Neuromuscular Fellowship provides training in all aspects of neuromuscular disorders with emphasis on multispecialty management and family-centered care.
Sleep Medicine Fellowship
The Sleep Medicine Fellowship provides training in diagnoses and management of simple and complex sleep disorders in both children and adults.