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Fellowship Details

University of Colorado

12700 E 19th Ave
Mail Stop B182
Aurora, CO 80045

Training Program Director

Dianna Quan, MD

Training Program Coordinator

Michele Bialkowski

Other Staff

Jacob Bockhorst Jacob.bockhorst@cuanschutz.edu

AGCME Accredited
1 Fellowship position for the 2022-2023 Fellowship Year.

3 Letters of Recommendation requested for applying

The goal of the Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship is to train neurologists to gain subspecialty expertise in neuromuscular disorders. Our program is a combined ACGME-accredited Neuromuscular Medicine and UCNS-accredited Clinical Neuromuscular Pathology Fellowship. Graduates of the program will serve to advance the science and understanding of nerve and muscle abnormalities. They will also provide state-of-the-art diagnoses and care for patients with nerve and muscle disorders and will educate other physicians (including internists, family practitioners, neurology residents, general neurologists and other neuromuscular subspecialists), other healthcare personnel and the public about these disorders. Upon successful completion of this combined fellowship program, fellows will be eligible to sit for three board certifications exams: Neuromuscular Medicine (ABMS), Electrodiagnostic Medicine (ABEM), Clinical Neuromuscular Pathology (UCNS).

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