About the Cognitive Neurology Fellowship

The Cognitive Neurology Unit (CNU) at BIDMC was established by the founding father of behavioral neurology, Dr. Norman Geshwind, and has trained many of the leaders of the field. The Cognitive Neurology Fellowship program at BIDMC is a UCNS BNN accredited, two-year clinical and research training program designed to train the next generation of academic cognitive neurologists and neuropsychiatrists in the clinical care of patients with brain dysfunction as well as provide them with a research foundation to enable them to become independent clinician scientists.

Interested applicants should provide by mail or email a personal statement, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendations to the program director.