Multiple Sclerosis fellowship has been recently merged with Neuro/HIV fellowship into new combined Neuro-Immunology Fellowship Program. This allows for combination training in clinical care, as well as in basic and clinical research in the fields of Multiple Sclerosis, and Neuro-HIV and Neuro Infectious Diseases. This two-three year fellowship can include either primarily clinical training, or a combination of clinical training and research.
Fellows will participate in the outpatient clinic of the HIV/Neurology Center under the direct supervision of Dr. Koralnik, and in the Multiple Sclerosis outpatient clinic under the direct supervision of Dr. Sloane and Dr. Stein. There is ample opportunity to work in the laboratory, on pharmaceutical-supported trials and investigator-initiated research.
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