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Vanderbilt Department of Neurology

Movement Disorders Fellowship

The Vanderbilt Movement Disorders Fellowship is designed to train excellent clinicians with academic interests in adult movement disorders.

Fellows typically develop special skills in botulinum toxin injection therapy, deep brain stimulation for tremor, Parkinson's disease, dystonia, and other movement disorders, and medical management of complex movement disorders. Fellows also participate in didactic activities and research projects in movement disorders. Fellows rotate through the principal movement disorder clinics and also are responsible for several patients in their own independent clinics.

Applicants must be board eligible or certified in Neurology and qualified for medical licensure in the state of Tennessee.  

Click here for the application form.

Along with the completed application form, please send a current CV and three letters of reference. You may fax the letters to (615) 936-2675 to expedite review of your application, but the original letters must still be sent. Please address to "Fellowship Director." The deadline for receipt of your completed application is May 31 in the year prior to the anticipated fellowship start date. Thus, for fellows beginning in 2015, applications are accepted until May 31, 2014.

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