Institution/Department Address (with email/phone/fax): 5 East 98th Street; New York, NY 10029
Primary contact for training information (name, address, fax (if different than above) and email): Fred Lublin, MD; firstname.lastname@example.org
Brief information on program: The Multiple Sclerosis Fellowship at The Corinne Goldsmith Dickinson Center for Multiple Sclerosis in the Department of Neurology at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Medical Center is a 2-3-year training opportunity open to physicians who have completed an approved neurology residency or the equivalent. The goal of the fellowship is to produce a clinician with expertise in the diagnosis and management of patients with demyelinating disease with core competencies in clinical trial design, analysis and implementation.
Types of training programs: Resident, Fellowship
How many fellows/residents per year: 1-2
Area/s of Training: Multiple Sclerosis, Neuroimmunology
What aspects: Demyelinating diseases (MS, NMO, Etc.), Neuro-rheumatology
Fellowship program structure: Clinical, Research-based
If combined, what are the percentages for each component?: 75% Clinical and 25% Research-based
Is On-call duty and/or general clinic participation required?: No
Visa Sponsorship?: No
Approved by Institution’s ACGME office?: Yes
Is independent funding required for Fellows?: No
Additional information: The fellowship program is flexible in order to meet the individual career goals of the fellows. Please go to www.mountsinai.org/ms.