Coming soon! This guide will provide practical information on what to consider when choosing a clinical neurophysiology fellowship.
Fellows and residents are eligible for reduced rates at ACNS meetings and courses. Click HERE for more information including the Preliminary Program for the 2015 Fall Courses in Charlotte, North Carolina!
Each year, ACNS provides Travel Awards for physicians in training and early career physicians to attend the ACNS Annual Meeting and Courses. To be eligible for the travel fellowship, physicians must be: (1) in training or within two years of completion of training and (2) first author of an abstract submitted for poster presentation at the Annual Meeting. All submitted abstracts will be scored by the Program Committee. Awards will be based on the highest abstract scores. Travel Awards to the ACNS meeting will provide meeting and course registrations and a travel stipend of $1,000. Travel Awardees will be honored during one of the Award Sessions at the ACNS Annual Meeting. Application for Travel Awards is made at the time of abstract submission.
The ACNS Professional Development Mentorship Program is targeted at neurology residents, clinical neurophysiology fellows, and junior faculty at the instructor or assistant professor level. The goals of the Mentorship Program are to foster career development in clinical neurophysiology, encourage active participation in the many activities of ACNS, and facilitate networking. Meeting delegates may sign up to participate in the Mentorship Program during the ACNS Annual Meeting registration and will be matched with a clinical or research mentor in clinical neurophysiology for a one-on-one mentoring session.
ACNS Junior Members may register for the ACNS In-Service Exam at reduced rates. Click HERE for more information.