Each applicant is required to have completed a residency program in Adult Neurology accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education in the U.S. or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Applicants must qualify for licensure by the North Carolina Board of Medical Examiners and must be Board eligible.
We have an unexpected 2024 - 2026 Movement Disorder Fellowship position available. If you are interested in the position beginning July 1, 2024, please contact the fellowship coordinator as soon as possible. You will be asked to complete a Movement Disorder Fellowship application and submit the required documents listed below.
Applicants interested in pursuing the Movement Disorder Fellowship program must complete an application via the SF Match Central Application Service (CAS).
- Graduate of a residency program in neurology
- Board-eligible physician in that specialty
- Successful record of clinical excellence, research experience, leadership, a strong interest in graduate medical education
- North Carolina licensure or eligible
- Current Curriculum Vitae
- Personal Statement
- Letter from Residency Program Director
- Two letters of recommendation from physicians whom have supervised you in a clinical setting
- ECFMG Certificate (applicable to international graduates)
- Current photograph
Not all applicants are invited for an interview, but the most competitive candidates will be invited for a formal interview. Applications will be reviewed as they become available in the SF Match system and candidates will be invited in the order they are received and reviewed.
Foreign Medical Graduates
Foreign medical graduates must have passed the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Gradates (ECFMG) and USMLE exams. For more information, visit the ECFMG website. We sponsor J-1 visas only, which you must have at the time of your application.