The Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship of The Ohio State University is a joint program between The Ohio State University Hospital and Nationwide Children's Hospital.
The fellowship provides an ACGME-accredited subspecialty training experience in adult and pediatric neurophysiology, and follows all ACGME regulations and recommendations.
Our goal is to provide didactic and clinical experience that prepares each fellow to be a board-certified neurophysiologist comfortable with all aspects of neurophysiology. This goal is met by providing an extensive hands-on exposure to the variety of neurophysiologic tests and subspecialty clinics under one-on-one supervision of board-certified neurophysiologists.
Faculty consist of renowned specialists and clinical researchers in adult and pediatric epilepsy, neuromuscular disorders, sleep medicine and evoked potentials.
Faculty is board certified by ABPN with specialty in Clinical Neurophysiology.
The fellowship schedule is unique in its approach to providing fellows with a continuity perspective of patient care, and allows flexibility for the individual fellow's particular interests in neurophysiology.
Two tracks are available: one for fellows interested in a broad exposure to neurophysiology, and one for those who have more exclusive interest in neuromuscular disease.
Fellows are encouraged to participate in clinical research programs under faculty guidance, and are encouraged to present their research at national meetings for which funding is provided.
An additional year of training is available to fellows interested in advanced training in clinical neurophysiology and clinical research.
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