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Clinical Neurophysiology, Electromyography Fellowship (Arizona)

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Mayo Clinic's neurophysiology programs prepare you for an academic career by providing you with experience in teaching, research, and clinical studies. The one-year Clinical Neurophysiology, Electromyography (EMG) Fellowship Program at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, will prepare you to establish and supervise an electromyography laboratory in an academic institution or integrated group practice.

In addition to standard nerve conduction and electromyographic techniques, you will learn about:

  • Single-fiber electromyography
  • Evoked potentials
  • Surgical monitoring

Experience in the clinical evaluation of patients with neuromuscular disorders is also provided during the fellowship.

Program history

The Clinical Neurophysiology, Electromyography Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Arizona was established in 1995. Since that time, approximately 10 fellows have completed training in this program. It is anticipated that going forward, one trainee will complete this fellowship annually.

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