Under the direction of Dragos Sabau, MD, all clinical neurophysiology fellows learn the entire range of neurophysiology techniques, including EEG, EMG, intraoperative neurophysiology monitoring and sleep studies. Fellows acquire the skills necessary to function independently as a clinical neurophysiologist in either an academic setting or private practice. This program has trained more than 100 specialists in clinical neurophysiology since 1972.
Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship
The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Neurology offers a one-year ACGME-accredited clinical neurophysiology fellowship. Three positions are offered each year. Two of these positions focus on EEG and epilepsy; the remaining one position focuses on EMG and neuromuscular disorders.
Applicants to the Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship must have completed an ACGME-accredited four-year residency in Neurology.
For more information or to apply, email the Fellowship Coordinator.
Fellowship Training at IU School of Medicine
Information about employment benefits for fellows at IU School of Medicine are available through the Office of Graduate Medical Education, which serves as the human resource office for fellows. In collaboration with the school’s affiliated hospitals throughout Indiana, the Office of GME provides administrative guidance and professional development for program directors, faculty, residents, fellows and coordinators to enhance administrative expertise toward fulfilling state and national requirements for ACGME and other specialty organizations.