OHSU

Fellowships

Fellowships for additional study are available for excellent students who meet specific criteria.

Neurology Subspecialty Opportunities

CAM Research Training
The post-doctoral fellowships are for two years with the possibility of extension depending on the fellow’s success and funding availability.
Barry Oken, M.D.
503 494-9519

EMG/Neuromuscular
One- or two-year fellowship in EMG/NM disease. The center has a busy neuromuscular/ MDA clinic. The EMG laboratory is well equipped with state-of-art equipment to perform EMG/NCV, autonomic function test, quantitative sensory function test, transcranial magnetic stimulation and kinesiologic studies for movement disorders. The fellow will perform and interpret EMG/NCV (3 half days) and participate in MDA/neuromuscular clinics (3 half days). The fellow will have  the opportunity to customize their training. A two-year Human Investigator Program is available for those who are interested in an academic career.
Jau-Shin Lou, MD,  PhD
Phone: 503-494-5236
Fax: 503-494-0966

Epilepsy
Two-year training in adult and pediatric epilepsy, including clinical neurophysiology and epilepsy surgery.
David Spencer, M.D.
Phone 503 494-5682

Geriatric Neurology
Two-year fellowship provides multidisciplinary training in geriatric neurology.
Jeffrey A. Kaye, M.D.
Phone: 503 494-6976
Fax:503 494-7499

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.
John G. Nutt, M.D.
Phone: 503 721-1091

Multiple Sclerosis / Neuroimmunology
Two years of post-residency clinical care and research training to eligible neurologists.
Dennis Bourdette, M.D.
Phone: 503 494-7321
Fax: 503 494-7242

Neuromuscular
One-year fellowship in neuromuscular diseases. The center conducts local MDA clinics as well as providing pediatric neuromuscular services at Shriners Hospital. Electrodiagnostic and neuropathology rotations are integral parts of the fellowship.
Jau-Shin Lou, MD, PhD

Phone 503 494-5236

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.
Jeremy Fields, M.D.

Vascular Neurology/Stroke
Oregon Health & Science University offers one- or two-year ACGME-accredited fellowships with training in comprehensive clinical stroke care and research.
Helmi Lutsep, M.D.
Phone: 503 494-7225

Sleep Medicine Fellowship
The fellowship, which is administered through the OHSU Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care medicine, accepts two fellows per academic year from all eligible disciplines. Recent graduates come from pulmonary, critical care, neurology, pediatrics and psychiatry.

Neurological Surgery Subspecialty Opportunities

Skull Base Surgery
Primary Contact: Johnny Delashaw, Jr., M.D.
Phone: 503 494-4314
Fax: 503 346-6810

Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery
Primary Contact: Kim Burchiel, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Phone: 503 494-4314
Fax: 503 346-6810

Interventional Neuroradiology (Department of Neuroradiology)
Primary Contact: Stanley Barnwell, M.D., Ph.D.
Phone: 503 494-7736
Fax: 503 346-6810

Neuro-oncology (Department of Neurology)
Primary Contact: Edward Neuwelt, M.D.
Phone: 503 494-5626
Fax: 503 494-5627

 

Psychiatry Fellowships