Program Director: Daniel Pastula, MD
Our Neuro-Infectious Diseases/Autoimmune Neurology Fellowship is a joint program between the Department of Neurology and the Division of Infectious Diseases. It is open to both neurologists and infectious disease physicians who wish to learn more about neuro-infectious and neuro-inflammatory conditions. It is a one-year clinical fellowship at the University of Colorado Hospital from July 1 to June 30
Our fellow will be trained in the diagnosis and management of various neuro-infectious diseases (e.g., bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic meningoencephalitis and myelitis) among both immunocompetent and immunosuppressed (e.g., HIV/AIDS, transplant patients) patients. They will also be trained in the diagnosis and management of various neuro-inflammatory diseases (e.g., autoimmune encephalitis, sarcoid, lupus, multiple sclerosis), and become very familiar with immunosuppressive and immunomodulatory medications. Finally, they will be introduced to public health processes at the local, state, and national levels. After graduation, our fellow would be well-trained for a variety of academic or private practice neurology or infectious disease positions.
Denver, Colorado, offers many outdoor and cultural activities. Whether you like skiing, hiking, drinking craft beer, visiting museums, or going to games, there is plenty to see and do while training here!
We will begin reviewing complete applications on January 1st of the year preceding the anticipated start date (e.g. January 2020 for a July 2021 start) and will continually review all applications received through the end of February. A decision will be made in early March or until the position has been filled.
Fellowship Position Status
2021-2022 – Fellowship position filled
2022-2023 – Fellowship position filled