Epilepsy Fellowship2018-10-16T14:49:16+00:00

Epilepsy Fellowship

Overview

This program is designed to produce the highest level of clinical competency, medical knowledge, and research skills and for our graduates to practice independently in an academic or subspecialty clinical program in the area of epilepsy. Our program will be unique due to the multidisciplinary nature of our clinical and research programs that go beyond patient care. This will include exposure to clinical trials, epilepsy comorbidities (such as psychiatric disorders), and patient quality of life into the realm of new technologies, treatments, and clinical trial models. At a minimum, fellows who complete one year fellowship program will have the basic ACGME competencies listed below.

Requirements

Completion of accredited Neurology Residency or of a Sub-specialty Neurology Fellowship program.

To begin the application process, a completed application form should be submitted along with an updated copy of curriculum vitae, personal statement and three letters of recommendation, medical school transcripts, MSPE, USMLE transcripts. IMGs will be ECFMG certified (with completion of Steps 1 and 2, CSA, and TOEFL).

Selection process of Epilepsy fellowship from eligible applicants is based upon their preparedness, ability, aptitude, academic credentials, communication skills, and personal qualities. No discrimination is made based upon sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability, or veteran status. Approximately half of the eligible applicants are invited for personal interviews. Interviews are by invitation only and will take place in February/March.

Click here to download the application form (pdf)

Program Faculty:

For further information on the Epilepsy Fellowship, contact:

Jeffrey Loeb, MD, PhD (jaloeb@uic.edu)
Program Director
Phone: (312)996-1757
Fax: (312) 996-4169

Maria Mata (mmata@uic.edu)
Program Coordinator
Phone: (312)-996-6906
Fax: (312)-996-4169