Fellowships and Training

The Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People at sunrise
Next to OHSU's Robertson Life Sciences Building, Tilikum Crossing: Bridge of the People is the largest car-free bridge in the United States. It carries the Portland Streetcar, the MAX Orange Line, TriMet buses, cyclists and pedestrians.

Accredited fellowships

Two year training in adult epilepsy, including a first year in the ACGME accredited epilepsy fellowship and a second year of advanced epilepsy training.

One year training in comprehensive headache medicine. Research opportunities available.

Neurocritical Care
Two year UCNS-accredited fellowship with clinical training focused on direct bedside patient care incorporating innovative diagnostic and treatment strategies and ample time for elective rotations and research.

Neuromuscular Medicine
A one or two year accredited fellowship in Neuromuscular Medicine and EMG.

Vascular Neurology/Stroke
One year training in comprehensive clinical stroke care and research. Laboratory based research opportunities available.

Other fellowships

Adult Neurology Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Fellowship
A two-year training program that adheres to the Houston Conference standards and model for specialty training in clinical neuropsychology. The goal of the fellowship is to prepare doctoral level clinical psychologists for careers in multidisciplinary academic medical centers and board certification.

CAM Research Training, through ORCCAMIND
The post-doctoral fellowships are for two years with the possibility of extension, depending on the fellow's success and funding availability.

Geriatric Neurology
Two-year fellowship provides multidisciplinary training in geriatric neurology.

Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology
Two years of post-residency clinical care and research training to eligible neurologists.

Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders
Two years of post-residency clinical learning and research opportunities. Fellowship research experiences can include basic science and clinical research. A third year of fellowship is an option


Oregon Stroke Center Summer Internship Program
Ten-week research experience over the summer for motivated college undergraduates with a strong interest in a career in clinical research.


OHSU Multiple Sclerosis Center Health Professions Training Program
Four to twelve-week long course. Goal is to enhance the care and support for people with MS by enhancing the clinical education of MS care providers. This innovative, mentored, hands-on course aims to provide a practical learning experience for health care professionals, including naturopathic physicians, nurses, medical assistants, social workers, and physical and occupational therapists at OHSU.