Fellowship Program Search Results

Neuroimmunology and Neurovirology
Name of the Institution:National Institutes of Health (NIH)
LocationBethesda, Maryland
What is the clinical focus of your program? 
If Neuroimmunology, what is covered? Paraneoplastic, Encephalitis, Vasculitis, Autoimmune epilepsy
The fellowship training track is:  10 percent Clinical and 90 percent Research
Fellowship duration in years: 3 or more
How many fellows are accepted each year? 3-Feb
Total fellows in training: 
What type of trainees do you recruit into your program? 
Do fellows take call duty? Yes
Does the fellowship have general neurology clinics? No
Our fellows perform rotations in: Neuropathology, Neuro-Ophthalmology, Neuro-Radiology
Do you sponsor Visa? Yes
If yes, what type of Visa? 
Is the fellowship approved by the GME office? Yes
How are fellows funded at your program? 
Does the fellow need to secure additional funding? No
For how many years is institutional support available to a given fellow? 
How many fellows can be supported per year using institutionally available funds? 
What materials do you require as part of your Neuroimmunology/MS Fellowship application? 
When do you begin accepting applications? 
When do you typically conduct interviews? 
By when have you typically filled your fellowship position/s? 
Is there a deadline for the application? If yes, what is the deadline? Yes
Link to the fellowship website: https://researchtraining.nih.gov/programs/fellowships
Contact Information: National Institutes of Health (NIH)
9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, Maryland 20892
United States
Email Address: csrdrr@mail.nih.gov
Phone Number: 301-435-0715