The fellowship programs of the Department of Neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine provide access to advanced and in-depth clinical training to meet the needs of patients with the types of complex and evolving neurological disorders observed in modern, academic, tertiary/quaternary care medical centers. We offer the following fellowship programs:
- Clinical Neurophysiology - EEG/Epilepsy and EMG/Neuromuscular Disease (ACGME-accredited)
- Epilepsy (ACGME-accredited)
- Neurocritical Care (UCNS-certified)
- Vascular Neurology (ACGME-accredited)
- Multiple Sclerosis
Our neurology fellows collaborate with internationally recognized clinicians and researchers who recognize the value of education for advancing the field of neurology. Graduates of our programs have forged successful paths in academia and private practice and are highly sought after by the nation's most prestigious medical centers.
Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship
Weill Cornell Medicine offers several one-year, ACGME-accredited clinical neurophysiology fellowship positions designed for applicants with a strong interest in a specific aspect of neurophysiology.
Our one- or two-year ACGME-accredited epilepsy fellowship offers specific training in clinical epilepsy, including surgical epilepsy.
Neurocritical Care Fellowship
This two-year fellowship is a joint program with the Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons that provides training in the neurological and medical aspects of critical care.
Vascular Neurology Fellowship
Our ACGME-accredited fellowship is a one-year position that gives neurology fellows extensive experience in the management of a diverse range of neurovascular disorders.
In this two-year, UCNS-certified fellowship, trainees benefit from the resources of both Columbia University Irving Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medicine as they establish expertise in all aspects of neuro-oncology.
Multiple Sclerosis Fellowship
The Weill Cornell MS Center offers two- to three-year fellowships that provide comprehensive training in the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of patients with multiple sclerosis.