Vascular Neurology Fellowship FAQs

  1. Does the program offer training in interventional neurology? In collaboration with the departments of radiology, neurology and neurosurgery, a 2-yr neuro-interventional fellowship has been established. Applicants will be considered for the 1 neuro-interventional fellow position from any of these tracks. Acceptance to the Vascular Neurology Fellowship does not guarantee a position for the interventional fellowship.
  2. How long is the program? One year (ACGME accredited), optional second (non-ACGME accredited) research year for eligible candidates.
  3. Is the hospital a TJC-certified stroke center? Yes, HFH is Comprehensive Stroke Certified.
  4. How many stroke teaching staff are there? There are currently 7 fellowship-trained vascular neurologists, and 5 fellowship-trained neurointensivists.
  5. Does your program participate in the NRMP Match? Yes, we participate in the NRMP Match process to fill its positions. Unfilled positions can be negotiated following the match at the discretion of the program director.
  6. When are applications for fellowship due? Currently, the ERAS application opens to residents in December and the NRMP Match Rank Order List closes at the beginning of May. Please refer to ERAS and NRMP websites for exact dates for your application year.
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