The Duke Neurology Department recognizes that diversity is a necessary component of its mission of world-class patient care, education, and research. Our program is committed to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive community where all members thrive in a welcoming and engaging environment. Read more about our diversity and inclusion efforts across the Department here.
The Duke Department of Neurology offers advanced fellowship programs in eight subspecialties of neurology. These programs offer trained neurologists the opportunity to become clinical and research experts in their field of choice.
The Duke Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship program is a one-year, ACGME-accredited program offering experience in the management of adults and children with epilepsy, video EEG monitoring in all age groups, ICU EEG monitoring, routine EEG, EP, and neurophysiologic intraoperative monitoring (NIOM).
The Duke Epilepsy Fellowship program is a one-year, ACGME-accredited program offering advanced training and experience in the management of adults and children with epilepsy, especially the surgical management of patients with refractory epilepsy, and epilepsy-related research.
The Duke Department of Neurology is seeking candidates for its Headache Fellowship program. Candidates should be board-eligible or certified physicians who are interested in headache and head pain. This one-year fellowship program is accredited by the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties.
Our one year, multidisciplinary clinical fellowship prepares the graduating neurology resident to practice and lead a multiple sclerosis center of excellence.
The Duke Department of Neurology's Neurocritical Care Fellowship program trains neurointensivists with an emphasis on broad based training in critical care and creating future leaders of neurocritical care.
Our ACGME-approved fellowship in neuromuscular medicine provides trained neurologists with expertise in diagnosis and management of patients with peripheral nerve, neuromuscular junction, and muscle disorders.
The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders fellowship at the Duke University School of Medicine is designed to produce the next generation of physician-scientists.
The Duke University Sleep Medicine Fellowship is a one-year, ACGME-accredited program that emphasizes advanced training in the interpretation of sleep testing and the diagnosis and management of sleep disorders, with up to two trainees a year.
Duke offers a one-year ACGME-approved fellowship in stroke/vascular neurology. Candidates must have competed an approved neurology residency and be ABMS neurology board eligible or certified.