Epilepsy & EEG Fellowship
The Yale Epilepsy Program offers a wide range of educational opportunities and has a long history of advanced training of fellows from several clinical and basic science backgrounds. The Yale Comprehensive Epilepsy Center is a large and established program with unsurpassed neurosurgical, electro-physiologic, and imaging capabilities, with a long history of research in brain metabolism, neuroimaging, neurosurgery, and non-surgical treatment of epilepsy. the center has completed more than 1,000 epilepsy surgeries since its inception. We currently have a ACGME accredited Clinical Neurophsyiology fellowship, ACGME accredited Epilepsy fellowship, and a non-accredited Critical Care EEG fellowship. We prefer fellow applicants interested in completing a two-year fellowship. Please see the below links for further details.
How to Apply
To apply, please send the following information to Pue Farooque, DO and Carole Amarakoon (please indicate Citizenship/Visa status). Application packet should include:
- Fellowship application (see button on the left)
- Personal statement: 1-2 pages outlining your reasons for applying, career goals, and strengths you will bring to the program
- Three letters of reference: Please provide names of the references and arrange for the letters of recommendation to be forwarded directly to the epilepsy center director, by mail or email.
- Your current CV
- A passport style photo of yourself
- Applicants should be neurology board-eligible.
For the two-year Clinical Neurophysiology/Epilepsy Fellowship beginning 2024, please apply via ERAS.
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- Epilepsy/EEG (2 years)
- Critical Care EEG (1 Year)
- ICU-EEG Research (1-3 years)
Epilepsy/EEG (2 Years)
Epilepsy/EEG (2 Years): This Fellowship includes one year of an ACGME-accredited Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship, followed by a second year of an ACGME-accredited Epilepsy Fellowship. Training includes extensive Video-EEG monitoring, intracranial EEG, surgical and medical treatment of epilepsy, epilepsy comorbidities such as neuropsychiatry, brain mapping, inpatient and outpatient epilepsy, EEG in all settings (ICU, inpatient, outpatient), brain stimulation for epilepsy, evoked potentials and sleep medicine/polysomnography, all including adults, children and neonates. All fellows are expected to participate in research. A two-year fellowship is highly recommended, but applicants may be accepted for one year of training if they have already completed (or are in the process of completing) a one- year fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology, EEG or Epilepsy. There are typically a total of four Epilepsy/EEG fellows along with one Neurosurgery Epilepsy fellow and one clinical ICU EEG fellow.