The Headache fellowship offered at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Department of Neurology is accredited by the United Council of Neurologic Subspecialties. The headache program includes clinical as well as didactic training in the diagnosis and comprehensive management of primary and secondary headache disorders, both in adults and children.
The fellowship in general neurology will consist of 1 year of intensive exposure to all aspects of diseases of the nervous system, both central and peripheral, inpatient and outpatient.
The Division offers a Neuropsychology Training and Research Program which is actively engaged in graduate teaching and supervision of doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows in clinical neuropsychology.
- Fellowship in Gastroenterology
- Fellowship in Transplant Hepatology
A myriad of fellowship opportunities encompassing clinical care and basic and clinical research are available.
Movement Disorders Fellowship
The University of Miami Movement Disorders Fellowship is a 1 – 2 year fellowship program that aims to provide fellows a broad exposure to various movement disorders in order to become proficient in the management of complex movement disorders.