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The Massachusetts General Hospital Epilepsy Service and the Epilepsy Research Laboratory offer a post-doctoral fellowship in Epilepsy Neurobiology. The Fellowship offers advanced training in clinical epileptology and neurobiology.
Extensive laboratory and clinical facilities are available at Mass General, and a wide range of potential collaborators is easily accessible within the Harvard and Boston scientific communities.
The Epilepsy and Neurobiology fellowship is a track that might follow our one-year accredited fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology. Alternatively, fellows may choose the Pediatric Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology track.
Twenty-five percent of the fellows’ time will be devoted to advanced clinical training in epileptology and clinical neurophysiology in the setting of the Mass General Epilepsy Service. This service evaluates and treats complex and refractory epilepsy patients using the latest clinical and technological approaches.
The fellow is expected to devote seventy-five percent of his/her time to basic research in epilepsy and disorders of neuronal excitability. Laboratory experience will occur in the Epilepsy Research Laboratory within the Neurology Research Group at Mass General.
Please send a letter describing your interests, experience, and long-range goals along with a CV and the names of three potential references to:
Andrew J. Cole, MDDirector, Epilepsy ServiceMassachusetts General HospitalWang Ambulatory Care Center, Suite 72055 Fruit StreetBoston, MA 02114
Telephone: 617-726-3311Fax: 617-726-9250E-Mail: email@example.com
Wang Ambulatory Care Center
Consultation Second Opinion and Record Review
Epilepsy Monitoring Unit, First Seizure Clinic, Epilepsy Surgery
Phone: 617-726-6540Pediatric Epilepsy website
Andrew J. Cole, MDDirector, Mass General Hospital Epilepsy ServiceChief, Mass General Epilepsy Research LaboratoryMassachusetts General Hospital55 Fruit StreetBoston, MA 02114
Samantha R. DonovanClinical Research Coordinator
Patient Frequently Asked Questions Download FAQ PDFQ: What is your office contact information?A: Phone: 617-726-3311Fax: 617-726-9250Q: Where is the clinic location?A: Wang Building, Floor 8, Suite 835Q: What is your mailing address?A: Attn: Epilepsy UnitWang 73555 Fruit StreetBoston, MA 02114Q: What is required in order to schedule a new patient appointment?A: 2-3 most recent offices notes from local NeurologistMost recent Brain MRI report (you will need to hand carry CD to appointment)Most recent EEG report (you will need to hand carry CD to appointment)Q: How can I obtain a copy of my medical records from the Epilepsy Unit? A: You will need to complete the MGH Release of Information form and either fax or mail it back to our office. The release form can be found here.Q: What is my doctor’s NPI number for an insurance referral?A: Dr. Andrew Cole: 1043201502Dr. Daniel Hoch: 1396727327Dr. Sydney Cash: 1265415616Dr. Jay Pathmanathan: 1164545299Dr. Michael Brandon Westover: 1184653487Dr. Lidia Veras Rocha de Moura: 1952664443Dr. Deirdre O’Rourke: 1194092858Dr. Arash Hadipour-Niktarash: 1265669253Dr. Ammar Kheder: 1770925976Dr. Nigel Pedersen: 1801023742Dr. Aaron Struck: 1922238336Dr. Gina Deck: 1255642286Dr. Alice Lam: 1184949224Dr. Rodrigo Garcia Zepeda: 1982923785Tara Jennings, NP: 1508046723Q: Where do I have my PCP fax my insurance referral to?A: Referrals Office fax: 781-960-1265Q: How do I know if my insurance will cover my visit? A: Please call your insurance company to verify that your appointment or test will be covered. You can also contact our Financial Access Unit at 617-726-6828.Q: How do I update my demographic and insurance information?A: Please contact our Registration and Referrals Center at 866-211-6588Q: How long will it take for me to receive my test results and how will they be communicated to me? A: For lab work, radiology results, and EEG results please contact the office at least 48 hours after the test and we can let you know if the results are finalized. If they are, we will ask your provider to contact you to discuss the results with you.
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