- You will participate in the clinical teaching of medical students and residents from four different departments during their rotations in autonomic clinic.
- You will have the option to participate in the Autonomic Lecture Series for the residents and medical students.
- Fellows will organize (gather relevant cases) and lead quarterly multidisciplinary case conferences, and participate in weekly journal clubs.
- Facilities available to you include approximately 600 square feet of dedicated laboratory space, consisting of two fully equipped testing rooms.
- Clinical curriculum with consist of autonomic clinics, direct participation in autonomic testing procedures, and occasional inpatient consultations for unusual cases as needed.
- Fellows will have exposure to the diagnosis and clinical care of neurogenic autonomic failure and neuropathy syndromes, as well as patients presenting for symptoms of "dysautonomia," including postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS) and related mimics, recurrent syncope, neurologic autoimmunity, post‐infectious syndromes, and autonomic nervous system complications of systemic disease (including Sjögren's syndrome, systemic lupus erythematosus, vasculitis, and other rheumatologic conditions).
- Must be a graduate of a residency program in adult neurology, child neurology, cardiology, or internal medicine that is accredited by the ACGME, RCPSC, or CanERA
- Must be US citizen, permanent resident, or hold a J-1 clinical visa
To apply, send the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Personal Statement
- Three (3) Letters of recommendation
- USMLE/COMLEX scores
- ECFMG (if applicable)