Advanced Neuromuscular Fellowship
Neuromuscular fellows interested in additional training may continue their fellowship for a second year. This advanced fellowship program will allow participants to develop advanced electrodiagnostic skills including single-fiber EMG, quantitative motor unit potential analysis, and motor unit number estimation. Fellows will also collaborate in genetic, immunologic, and histopathologic investigations relating to neuromuscular disease.
This advanced year will focus on building fellows' skill with issues of clinical trial design including population sample and study design methodology, data collection and management, and statistical analysis. The trainee will acquire a set of skills important for a successful academic career in neuromuscular medicine.