05 Nov Stanford Autonomic Disorders Program Fellowship
Complete Details: https://med.stanford.edu/neurology/divisions/autonomic/fellowship.html
Dr. Safwan Jaradeh
Dr. Dong-In Sinn
The Stanford Autonomic disorder program offers a 1 year fellowship in clinical autonomic neurology. 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.
The Stanford Comprehensive Autonomic Fellowship program is committed to training fellows to help them become competent clinicians and researchers in autonomic neurology as future leaders.
There is also options for a Neuro-Gastroenterology Fellowship combined with Medicine/GI (contact Dr. Safwan Jaradeh).
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
- Application form (including short personal statement, 3 references)
To Michelle Kranzich