Over 70% of our graduating residents go on to matriculate in post-residency training.
At the University of Utah, our department offers four areas of further specialization: clinical neurophysiology, neuro-ophthalmology, neuro-oncology, and neuro-genetics. The clinical neurophysiology fellowship offers the option to follow one of two tracts: either epilepsy/EEG or neuromuscular/EMG. Both the clinical neurophysiology and neuro-ophthalmology fellowships are accredited; no standard accreditation has yet been established for those fellowships in neuro-oncology or neuro-genetics.
Each of our fellowships generally accepts one individual per accademic year, and applicants may apply from both within and outside the United States. None of our fellowships require application through a central matching agency, but rather may be secured outside a formal match.
For those neurologists interested in exploring fellowships at the University of Utah, contact information is detailed within each of the sections listed under, Fellowship Training.