Fellows attend and actively participate in weekly Movement Disorders Fellowship Didactics, which includes lectures, video conferences, and journal club sessions.

The department supports licenses and membership fees, as well as attendance at the Movement Disorders Congress and other educational meetings and conferences. During fellowship, each fellow will attend, ‘A Comprehensive Review of Movement Disorders for the Clinical Practitioner Aspen Course.’ Fellows are encouraged and supported to present at national and international neurology and movement disorders meetings, including the MDS, AAN, and ANA.

There are many opportunities for fellows to teach residents and medical students throughout fellowship. Examples of these opportunities include:

    • MS2 Neuroscience Course small group preceptors
    • MS3 noon conference and physical exam teaching sessions
    • Neurology resident noon conferences
    • Staffing the Neurology Resident Cooper Green clinic.