The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Boston Children’s Hospital Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship program offers a one-year ACGME-accredited training program for adult and pediatric neurologists. Fellows may have the option of pursuing a second, non-ACGME-accredited year of additional more in-depth clinical training or research training. The first year provides a strong foundation through clinical experiences and didactic lecture series, in one of four major subspecialty tracks: 1. Adult EEG/Epilepsy, 2. Autonomic Disorders, 3. EMG/NCS/Neuromuscular Medicine, and 4. Pediatric EEG/Epilepsy. There will be exposures to a variety of other subspecialities and 20% of the first year must be spent in a minor sub-specialty area to fulfill ACGME requirements. Successful completion of the ACGME accredited year will qualify graduates to take the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology/Clinical Neurophysiology Board Certification.
More detailed descriptions of the major training tracks can be found by following the following links:
Trudy Pang, MD, MMSc, Program Director