EMG and Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowships
The UVA Neuromuscular Disorders division trains physicians to become clinical experts in the diagnosis and management of neuromuscular diseases. We offer ACGME-accredited fellowships in Clinical Neurophysiology/EMG and Neuromuscular Medicine. After the completion of one of our fellowships, individuals will be board-eligible within their corresponding subspecialty.
Clinical Neurophysiology/EMG Fellowship
UVA’s one-year Clinical Neurophysiology (EMG track) fellowship provides clinical exposure primarily in outpatient neuromuscular medicine, EMG, EEG, and nerve conduction studies with elective options in neuropathology, palliative care, rehabilitation, ultrasound, pediatrics, and chemodenervation. Fellows are also encouraged to a research project. Research is conducted in a number of areas at UVA, including the neurophysiology of neuromuscular transmission, epidemiology of neuromuscular diseases, new and innovative EMG techniques, and treatment trials in various neuromuscular diseases, such as ALS and diabetic neuropathy.
*We are currently accepting applications for the 2022-2023 fellow position.*
Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship
The Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship at the University of Virginia provides fellows with the educational experiences that will qualify them to deliver compassionate and effective care to patients with neuromuscular disorders and to perform the electrodiagnostic studies necessary to diagnose these disorders. This accredited one-year program will provide trainees specialized knowledge and skills in the clinical evaluation and management of motor neuron, nerve root, peripheral nerve, neuromuscular junction, and muscle disorders. The expectation is that graduates will have in-depth knowledge of the pathology, diagnoses and treatment of these disorders.
*We are currently accepting applications for the 2022-2023 fellow position. Please apply through the AANEM website*