Clinical Neurology and Neuroscience Fellowships
Clinical Neurology Fellowships
Neurology and Child Neurology clinical fellowship training is available in many subspecialties, including behavioral neurology, clinical neurophysiology (with subspecialty in epilepsy, neuromuscular disease, or intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring), vascular neurology, multiple sclerosis & neuroimmunology, neurocritical care, neuro-oncology (adult and child neurology), autonomic disorders, headache, neurohospitalist, and movement disorders. In general, applicants should have completed Neurology or Child Neurology residency by the time of entry into the fellowship and have a U.S. license to practice medicine.
Applicants should explore the division websites below, and contact the listed individual Program Directors for further information.
Residents in Stanford Neurology are eligible for the Neuroscience Scholar Track, which may involve further research during a post-residency fellowship (typically in the second year). Stanford is home to some of the most renowned neuroscience investigators in the world. Many of these faculty have positions within the Wu Tsai Neuroscience Institute. Information may be obtained from many investigator's personal or lab web sites, or from the multiple online resources that highlight the broader Stanford academic community.