Clinical Neurophysiology and Epilepsy
The Program opened in 1984. As of Nov 2009, there have been 30 fellows, 6 post doctoral sabbatical trainees, numerous Harvard Neurology Training Program residents and visiting Neurology residents, several Harvard Medical School honors students and an undergraduate Harvard Psychology honors student through this program. The more formal program is acknowledged by the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (formally the American EEG Society) as an official training site for Electroencephalographers. We are approved through the AMA subsection for fellowship training programs of the ACGME in conjunction with the Children's Hospital. Most of the graduates of this program have gone on to major academic programs where they are now leaders in their field. This is a two year fellowship that is integrated with the Children's Hospital Program. We provide a broad exposure to pediatric and adult clinical neurophysiology and to clinical epilepsy.
All interested individuals should have completed a full training program in either pediatric or adult neurology and be willing to spend an additional two years developing subspecialty expertise in clinical neurophysiology and epilepsy.