Autonomic Medicine Fellowship at the NIH

Bethesda, Maryland
Posted 4 weeks ago

This UCNS-accredited program trains Fellows in translational research on autonomic and catecholamine-related disorders. Program duration is 1-3 years. Licensure is required in a State of the US, with board certification/eligibility in internal medicine, neurology, cardiology, or other specialty.

Fellows learn several methods to evaluate autonomic functions and diagnose and manage dysautonomias. The goal is to prepare participants to become independent clinicians and researchers in autonomic medicine. Current research is on biomarkers, mechanisms, and potential treatments of catecholaminergic neurodegeneration in autonomic synucleinopathies.

Salary is commensurate with post-graduate years of experience (additional stipend possible for taking call).

Please submit a curriculum vitae, cover letter detailing career interests, and at least two references with contact information to Dr. David S. Goldstein (goldsteind@ninds.nih.gov).

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, a part of the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Health and Human Services, is an equal opportunity employer. (Figure illustrates loss of cardiac sympathetic nerves in Parkinson’s disease.)

 

 

 

 


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