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How to Apply for a Fellowship Position

Epilepsy fellow applications for applicants starting 7/2024 are accepted through the match. ERAS opens in February, applications will be reviewed and interviews conducted from February through April. The Match is conducted in mid-May.

Application materials required:

  • CV
  • Letter of Interest
  • 3 Recommendation Letters – One of which must be from your current and/or most recent program director
  • Transcript of USMLE steps and/or COMLEX – We Require USMLE step 3/COMLEX level 3 be completed and passed prior to starting a fellowship program.
  • ECFMG certificate if applicable
  • Medical School Transcript
  • MSPE/Deans Letter

Once we have received the application via ERAS it will be reviewed.  Invitations are sent via ERAS and currently interviews are being conducted virtually.   The interview consists of meeting with the Program Director of the Epilepsy Fellowship Program, and other faculty involved in the education of the Epilepsy Fellowship program. For any questions please email us at [email protected] 

Educational Program Basic Curriculum

The epilepsy fellowship program is a one year program including hands on training and didactic presentations with the goal of training clinical neurologists to become experts in the field of epilepsy. The program is accredited by the ACGME. The fellowship offers training in diagnosis, medical management and surgical treatment of epilepsy, along with instruction in EEG and video-EEG monitoring.

Extra-curricular professional activities (moonlighting)

NOTE: This medical center is, in general, against moonlighting. It may, however, permit it at times, but only with the written permission of the head of the department.

Training Verification
Former fellows please contact the Graduate Medical Education Office (GME). 
Phone 315-464-8948 or Email: [email protected]