The Cerebrovascular Disease-Stroke Fellowship
The Cerebrovascular Disease-Stroke Fellowship within the Mount Sinai Department of Neurology is a one- or two-year training opportunity open to neurologists interested in a career in vascular neurology. The goal of the first year of the fellowship is to produce clinicians with expertise in the diagnosis and management of acute cerebrovascular disease. Fellows also obtain training in transcranial and carotid Dopplers, spend time in Neuroradiology, treat patients in a weekly stroke outpatient clinic, and participate in ongoing federally funded neuroepidemiologic and clinical research, including acute interventional trials. The first year of the program is spent in an ACGME-approved vascular neurology fellowship. The program's second year allows the fellow to focus more heavily on research activities. For information, please contact Stanley Tuhrim, MD, at 212-241-4562.
The Cerebrovascular Research Training Program
The Cerebrovascular Research Training Program is a highly-focused postdoctoral collaborative effort of the Departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neuroscience, Emergency Medicine, and the Graduate School of Biological Sciences. Upon completion of the program, postdoctoral trainees are able to transition successfully to independent careers as basic or clinical neuroscientists. For information, please contact Stanley Tuhrim, MD, at 212-241-4562.