Stanford Autonomic Disorders Program Fellowship

Fellowship Overview

The Stanford Autonomic disorder program offers a 1 year fellowship in clinical Autonomic Neurology or Autonomic-NeuroGastroenterology. Fellows will receive comprehensive training in autonomic neuroscience and clinical electrophysiology that include: the diagnosis and management of various autonomic disorders in adult and pediatric populations, performance and interpretations of autonomic function tests, skin biopsy, identification of autonomic symptoms from other medical conditions, and clinical research. A fellow in Autonomic-NeuroGastroenterology will spend about half of clinical time at Stanford Neurogastroenterololgy and motility clinic. Our Fellowship program is committed to training fellows to help them become competent clinicians and researchers in autonomic neurology and/or neurogastroenterology as future leaders. For the upcoming academic year starting in 2023, we hire only one fellow either for autonomic neurology or autonomic-gastroenterology. This may change in the future.

How to Apply

The Stanford Comprehensive Autonomic Fellowship program accepts 1 clinical fellow per year.

Interested applicants should have completed neurology residency by the time of entry and to have a US license to practice medicine. To apply, please send

  1. Application form (including short personal statement, 3 references)
  2. CV

To Michelle Kranzich
Phone: 650-723-5184

Please use our application form.

We accept applications until the fellowship position is filled. However, early application is strongly recommended.

Currently accepting applications for the 2023-2024 year.

We may accept neurology residents for off-site rotations. Depending on policies of licenses and liability insurances, your rotation might be limited to observership. Please contact Ms. Michelle Kranzich.

We do not have official observership programs for visiting medical students. For clerkship, please visit Stanford visiting clerkship website.

Contact Us

Dr. Safwan Jaradeh

Dr. Dong-In Sinn (Autonomic)
Dr. Leila Neshatian (Autonomic-Gastroenterology)

Administrative Assistant
Michelle Kranzich