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Find information on residency, fellowship and continuing medical education opportunities available through the Department of Neurology.
The Advanced General Neurology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital offers advanced, in-depth clinical training, preparing graduates to treat complex neurological problems and teach clinical neurology.
Academia and industry collaborate through this early-career fellowship, training clinician-scientists to rapidly and efficiently translate advances in neuroscience into treatments for people with neurological disorders.
The Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship Program at MGH within the Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology will help train the next generations of outstanding neuropsychiatrists and behavioral neurologists.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and the related dementias are complex neurological disorders that are expected to shift the socio-demographic trends in the U.S. and beyond, with drastic public health consequences for the global community. There is an urgent need for training the next generation of clinician-scientists who are well-versed to work with patients with such diseases and to find effective treatments for them.
This two-year fellowship provides a strong foundation in clinical epileptology and the technical, interpretive and clinical aspects of electroencephalography and evoked potentials.
The Fellowship offers advanced training in clinical epileptology and neurobiology, with emphasis on research in epilepsy and disorders of neuronal excitability.
This fellow or research associate will study neuronal injury and neuroprotection in epilepsy using anatomic, biochemical and molecular techniques.
The IONM Fellowship is designed to create experts in the field of clinical intraoperative neurophysiology and prepare them to become leaders in the field.
This Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for a Massachusetts General Hospital, board-certified or board-eligible physician scientist trained in Psychiatry to spend a period of up to two years working with the Pfizer Neuroscience Research Unit (NSRU) in Cambridge, Massachusetts and performing clinical activities at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
This Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for a Massachusetts General Hospital, board-certified or board-eligible physician scientist trained in Neuroscience to spend a period of up to two years working with the Pfizer Neuroscience Research Unit (NSRU) in Cambridge, Massachusetts and performing clinical activities at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
The MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease offers Fellowship opportunities in Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s disease research.
The Neurology Movement Disorders Fellowship is a two-year program offering flexibility in both clinical and research opportunities.
The Neurocritical Care fellowship is a two-year UCNS-accredited program for general and neurologic critical care training.
The Harvard Medical School Neurology Core and Advanced Clerkships at Massachusetts General Hospital instruct medical students in the core competencies of clinical neurology.
The Neuromuscular Medicine fellowship is a one-year ACGME-accredited training program in Electromyography (EMG) and neuromuscular medicine.
The Massachusetts General Hospital offers a comprehensive training program in Neuro-Oncology that is designed to prepare physicians for an academic career in this discipline.
The Pediatric Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship occurs in conjunction with the Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship, which encompasses Electroencephalography, Intraoperative monitoring, Epilepsy, and Electromyography.
This observership program is highly specialized and designed for individuals who are interested in developing stroke/neuro-ICU programs or pursuing stroke in their home institution.
One and two year stroke research fellowships for new investigators who wish to pursue active research careers in acute ischemic stroke, stroke genetics, intracerebral hemorrhage, stroke biomarkers, cerebral amyloid angiopathy, emergency medicine, neuroimaging, neuroradiology, neurosurgery, neurocritical care and stroke outcomes.
Massachusetts General Hospital and the School of Engineering and Institute for Brain Science at Brown University are collaborating through this early-career fellowship, training clinician-scientists and neuroengineers to leverage the computational neurosciences and to develop device-based interventions on behalf of patients who survive disabling brain injuries.
This is a 2-year fellowship program focused on discovering, launching, and building important companies that develop breakthrough products for patients with neurologic and psychiatric disorders, and reinforce a new paradigm of industry-academic partnership to pioneer new treatments in neurological diseases.
The Vascular Neurology one-year fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital offers clinical, neuro-imaging, and rehabilitation training, and opportunities for vascular research projects.
The Mass General / Project ALS Internship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston offers students an exceptional opportunity to gain firsthand experience in the clinical research and care of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
A three-year child neurology residency program with clinical and research training in common and rare neurologic disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital and affiliated institutions.
The joint Partners Neurology Residency Program of the Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women’s hospitals provides a uniquely rich residency training experience. Subspecialty divisions provide sophisticated Neurology services to large numbers of individuals with a broad range of neurologic disorders from the most common to the rarest.
Mass General Neurology Grand Rounds is a CME accredited weekly seminar series. Cutting edge topics, case studies and conference highlights will be presented. Neurology Grand Rounds are held in the Ether Dome on Thursdays 9:00 to 10:00 (Neurology) or 8:30 to 9:30 on the first Thursday of the month (Combined Neurosciences).
Grand Rounds - March 1st, 8:30 am to 9:30 am
Title: History and Future of Oncolytic Virus Therapy
Presenter: Robert L. Martuza, Chief, Emeritus – Department of Neurosurgery
The Neurology Service at Mass General offers Continuing Medical Education through Harvard Medical School. Learn More.
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