The Mount Sinai Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship is approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Graduates of this program are qualified to take the neuromuscular medicine board examination adminstered by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. The Fellowship emphasizes clinical neuromuscular diseases, nerve conduction studies/electromyogram (NCS/EMG), and neuromuscular pathology, and offers ample opportunities to participate in clinical research.
Fellows will learn a wide range of neuromucular diseases, including motor neuron diseases, radiculopathies, plexopathies, neuropathies, myopathies, myasthenia gravis, and neuromuscular complications associated with HIV. The division also provides comprehensive diagnostic tests, inlcuding NCS/EMG, muscle and nerve pathology skin biopsies with intraepidermal nerve fiber density evaluation, autonomic testing, and neuromuscular ultrasound. The fellow will work with the neuromuscular team to learn all aspects of neuromuscular medicine, and will also participate in inpatient neuromuscular consultations.
The fellowship has a strong didactic component that includes neuromuscular pathology teaching conferences, biweekly neurophysiology lectures, monthly neuromuscular case conferences, and monthly journal clubs. Fellows are encouraged to participate in some of the many research projects going on in the center, some of which are funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Our faculty members have extensive experience in clinical neuromuscular disease and neuromuscular pathology.
To apply, click on this link for the application form and submit a copy of your curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and a personal statement to the Program Director and the Program Coordinator. The fellowship begins on July 1 and we recommend you submit your application before January 1 of the year prior to starting. We conduct interviews with selected candidates soon after we receive the applications.