Program Director: Samuel F. DeStefano, MD
The Epilepsy Fellowship is an ACGME accredited one year fellowship and will accept 1-2 fellows per year. The University of Colorado Epilepsy Fellowship provides training in all aspects of advanced clinical epilepsy and clinical electrophysiology, including: comprehensive EEG interpretation, including pre-surgical evaluation with scalp and intracranial electrodes, EEG in the critically ill, diagnosis and treatment of advanced and refractory epilepsies and the use of advanced therapies including neuromodulation. Additional training in clinical neurophysiological areas such as evoked potentials, sleep, intraoperative corticography, RNS programming and MEG is also available. Upon graduation, the fellow will be eligible and prepared for specialty board certification examinations in both Epilepsy and EEG.
Available Clinical Resources
MULTIPLE SPECIALTY AND ADVANCED CLINICS:
Fellowship Application Status
2024-2025 – 1 Fellowship position open
We expect to fill our Epilepsy Fellowship positions 15-18 months ahead of time. We will begin accepting application in October of the year preceding the anticipated start date ( e.g. October 2019 for a July 2021 start). Interviews will start in December and will be conducted on a rolling basis until the position has been filled.
Fellowship Position Status:
2023-2024 - Fellowship position filled