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The Department of Neurology at Emory University School of Medicine is seeking candidates to fill a two-year fellowship position, in the subspecialty area of Movement Disorders.
This posting is in connection with the San Francisco Matching Program (SF MATCH). Application and acceptance to the program separately is a pre-requisition of employment for this requisition.
All fellowship programs follow the application protocols and guidelines of the San Francisco Match. All interested applicants must apply through the SFMATCH program. All applicants must complete a Neurology residency program prior to starting fellowship training. For information regarding the match including a timetable, please go to www.sfmatch.org
The fellowship participant participates in a comprehensive range of movement disorders training program activities under the direction of a designated Neurology attending. These activities include Botulinum toxin therapy, Deep Brain Stimulation (Operating room and office programming), Huntington's disease comprehensive clinic and general movement disorders clinic. In addition, participation in the development and completion of unique and collaborative clinical and/or basic science research projects under a designated mentoring team. This would include writing and publishing of peer reviewed and non-peer reviewed papers and book chapters and presentation of data at a national or international meeting if appropriate.
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