Weill Cornell Medicine is ecstatically offering its Vascular Neurology Fellowship for graduates of an ACGME-accredited neurology residency program. The graduates of both the United States and foreign medical schools will be eligible to apply for this fellowship program. There are two vascular neurology fellowship positions available each year.
The goal of the program is to introduce the deserving students to the real experiences and support them to do their best in their major of study. It is designed to bring out the full potential of the students and to help them do new studies and expand their field of study. The candidates will be provided with everything they need to complete their training peacefully and come out as a professional who has real work experience.
New York-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medicine are known around the world as one of the leading academic medical institutions and are consistently ranked among the nation’s best providers of neurology care. They offer care based on the latest advances in medicine for a full range of neurological diseases and disorders. Medical students, residents, and fellows benefit from highly regarded educational programs that prepare them for a career in neurology, with subspecialty training available. The Department has a remarkable record of training leaders in academic neurology.
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Who May be Eligible?
Eligibility requirements for the program are given, please strictly follow the criteria before beginning with the application process:
- Applicants must be graduates of an ACGME-accredited neurology residency program.
- Graduates of both U.S. and foreign medical schools are eligible to apply. For foreign applicants, New York-Presbyterian Hospital ONLY sponsors J-1 visas through ECFMG.
- Individuals should have demonstrated interest in, and a statement of commitment to, a career in global health research.
How to Apply
All the applicants who are eligible with the requirements are interested in the program should apply for the fellowship through an online process. Candidates should provide all the needed information asked in the application process. No late or incomplete applications will be entertained, so please ensure to begin your process a few days before the deadline. Students should save their process every time they complete the form or submit any material. Applications must be made through ERAS (Electronic Medical Application Service). Candidates must direct all inquiries about fellowship admission to Janice Void firstname.lastname@example.org at (212)-746-6515.
The tremendous benefits are mentioned below:
- The program provides full exposure to all of these areas, preparing trainees for productive careers in academic medicine, research, or private practice.
- After completion of the program, fellows are eligible for Vascular Neurology board certification and the Neurosonology certification exam.
The students are requested to update themselves for the application deadline by inquiring at the given mail id or contact number given above.