Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship-
Epilepsy and EEG Emphasis
The Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship program of the Ohio State University is a joint program between OSU and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Specialties: EEG, EMG, epilepsy, neuromuscular clinic and sleep studies. The program provides extensive hands-on exposure to a variety of neurophysiologic tests and subspecialty clinics. Fellows can participate in a wide variety of clinical research programs under the guidance of the fellowship faculty. The Clinical Neurophysiology program provides an ACGME accredited one year subspecialty training experience. Our goal is to provide didactic and clinic experience that prepares each fellow to become board certified through extensive hands-on exposure and one-on-one supervision by board certified neurophysiologists. Successful completion of this fellowship allows the fellow to sit for the added qualification in neurophysiology board.
This is a one-year fellowship which provides training in the diagnosis and management of epileptic and nonepileptic seizures. The fellow will participate in both pediatric and adult epilepsy clinics, outpatient EEG labs and inpatient epilepsy monitoring units. Some time will also be spent in the EMG laboratory. Training in intraoperative monitoring is available.