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Movement Disorders Fellowship

The Department of Neurology offers a non-ACGME fellowship in Movement Disorders. The Vanderbilt Movement Disorders fellowship is designed to train excellent clinicians with academic interests in adult movement disorders. Fellows focus on the following skills:

(1) botulinum toxin injection therapy
(2) deep brain stimulation for movement disorders
(3) 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. Fellowships may be one or two years.

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

For questions about the Movement Disorders fellowship, please contact Dr. John Fang:

We are currently accepting applications for 2020-2021 (through the SFMatch).