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University of Cincinnati's Vascular Neurology Fellowship Program

Awarded by University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Categories are  Fellowship  tagged  Stipend /  Neurobiology /  STEM
Scholarship deadline

Varies

Amount

$60,203 - $77,825

Awards Offered

10

Renewable

No

Is this a No Essay scholarship?

No

DESCRIPTION

The Vascular Neurology Fellowship Program is a 1-2 year program that includes course work and extensive hands-on experience in clinical research as well as unique training in the evaluation and treatment of patients with acute stroke.

This fellowship program has been training neurologists and emergency physicians for the past two decades with the goal of producing academic leaders and clinical researchers in the area of cerebrovascular disease. Individuals trained have been productive as measured by publications and subsequent grant awards.

The hallmarks of this training program are extensive hands-on experience in the hyper-acute treatment and subsequent management of acute stroke patients, substantial protected time for course work in clinical research methodology and clinical research projects, interdisciplinary collaboration, and interactions, and careful mentoring.

Neurocritical care experience is also required within the fellowship program with a one month rotation in our 20-bed Multidisciplinary Neurointensive Care Unit.

The stroke fellow is provided with substantial protected time to attend course work for clinical research methodology, biostatistics and epidemiology and is expected to spend much of their time in clinical research projects including acute treatment research protocols, epidemiologic studies and chart reviews as well as grant writing and manuscript production.

Education Level

Bachelor degree

GPA

No Information Available

Application Start Date

June 8

Eligibility Criteria

US citizen

  • Each fellow is required to visit all of the laboratories of cerebrovascular researchers during the first three months to meet with the faculty and observe laboratory techniques.
  • Neurocritical care experience is also required within the fellowship program with a one-month rotation in our 20-bed Multidisciplinary Neurointensive Care Unit.
  • One month of critical care and one month of neuro-interventional radiology is required.
  • REQUIREMENTS

  • Applications must be submitted via ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service).
  • PROGRAM INFORMATION

    Program

    Phd

    University Name

    University of Cincinnati-Main Campus

    Specialization

    Neurobiology and Neurosciences

    Field of Study

    Biology, Biomedical and Biological Sciences, Health Professions

    OTHER INFORMATION

    Gender

    Male/Female

    Scholarship Frequency

    Annually

    Ethnicity

    Other

    State

    Not Applicable

    Outside State Residents eligible

    No

    International Students eligible

    No

    Online Master Programs eligible

    No

    Credibility

    High