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The Stroke and Cerebrovascular Center invites applications from child neurologists interested in dedicated training in pediatric stroke and cerebrovascular disorders.
Our program brings together multidisciplinary expertise in child neurology, neurosurgery, hematology, neuroradiology, neuro-interventional radiology, emergency medicine and physical/occupational therapies.
The fellowship program comprises a year of clinical training in pediatric stroke and cerebrovascular disorders with an option for an additional year organized around a clinical research project with limited continuing clinical responsibility. The selected candidate will have appointments as a Clinical Fellow in Neurology at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Applicants should be fully trained in child neurology by the time they begin the program. Competence in English is required.
Interested applicants should write with inquiry and CV to:
Michael J. Rivkin, MD
Boston Children's Hospital
Department of Neurology
300 Longwood Avenue, Pavilion 154
Boston, MA 02115
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