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Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Neuroinfectious Diseases at Columbia University Irving Medical Center for Physician-Scientists from Low Income or Lower Middle Income Countries Hot
ICNA Updated May 26, 2019 0
Program structure: Trainees will be supported as a clinical research fellow at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC, New York, New York) for 9 months and will facilitate hands-on mentored research projects in neuroinfectious diseases. In addition to being involved in daily research activities at CUIMC, the candidate will be expected to identify and develop a research proposal around a neuroinfectious disease topic relevant to their LIC/LMIC region and apply for a career development award during their time at CUIMC. Adjunctive clinical training in neuroinfectious diseases and other facets of...
ICNA Updated October 10, 2017 0
Where: Bern, Switzerland, Division of Paediatric Neurology, Developmental and Rehabilitation When: Start from 1st of January 2018 Language: Fluent German in spoken and written is a must, Fluent French spoken an advantage Required qualifications: Specialisation in Paediatric Neurology / EEG certificate or good experience in reading EEG
ICNA Updated May 07, 2016 0
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Neurology at Evelina Children's Hospital. The service based at the Evelina is the regional centre for Paediatric Neurology for South Thames. There are over 800 acute in patient admissions per year and over 150 day cases. Approximately 2000 new cases are seen in outpatients (including regional clinics) and 4000 follow-ups. The trainee will be exposed to a wide variety of neurological conditions both acute and chronic in both the outpatient and inpatient settings. The post will offer opportunities to develop skills in multidisciplinary management of...
ICNA November 26, 2015 0
We are pleased to announce as part of our NIH Rare Disease Inherited Neuropathy Consortium, a 1-2 year neuromuscular fellowship specialising in hereditary neuropathies. Applicants will be expected to have completed a residency in neurology and preferably one year of a neuromuscular fellowship or equivalent. Under certain circumstances more senior applicants including those starting junior faculty positions will be considered. For applicants, an essential requirement will be the long term career aim to develop a clinical or laboratory research interest in hereditary neuropathies. The fellowships will offer a broad training in all aspects...
ICNA Updated November 26, 2015 0
The MRC Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases is the largest clinical and research centre in the UK for patients with diseases such as peripheral neuropathy. The peripheral nerve group in this centre, led by Professor Mary Reilly, together with a number of US centres has been awarded a grant from the NIH to form a Rare Diseases Clinical Research Consortium (the inherited neuropathy consortium (INC)) to carry out research into hereditary neuropathies. We are pleased to announce as part of this consortium the establishment of a neuromuscular fellowship programme (for 1-2 years) specialising in hereditary neuropathies.
ICNA Updated November 26, 2015 1
The Children's Stroke Program at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada is recruiting for two Pediatric Stroke Fellowships. Positions are available for a start date of December 1st 2015 and September 1st 2016. Fellowships are available for 1-2 years. The Pediatric Stroke Fellowship provides excellent research and clinical training as well as career mentorship. Twelve Stroke Fellows who have completed our training program since 1999 have obtained top level academic positions in Pediatric Neurology across North America and internationally focussed on stroke (see table below). The Clinical Stroke Program consists of four pediatric stroke neurologists,...
Aocna Updated November 30, 2012 0
Training in Paediatric Neurology , Developmental Paediatrics, Neurorehabilitation for 6-12 months duration at the University of Hong Kong.
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