Program Director: John R. Corboy, M.D.
The overall goals of the fellowship are: (1) to develop a comprehensive knowledge base encompassing basic science and clinical aspects of MS, autoimmune neurology and other inflammatory disease of the central and peripheral nervous systems (2) to become familiar with principles of comprehensive management of persons with MS and other neuroimmunological conditions, (3) to be a resource for information about current research directions and clinical trials in MS including education of patients, colleagues and other trainees at multiple levels in various disciplines, and (4) to become familiar with and participate in clinical research, including clinical trials. For more information please view the Neuroimmunology Fellowship Information Form
- Applicants must be a graduate of a residency program in neurology accredited by the ACGME or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC).
- Applicants must be board eligible or board certified in neurology at the start of fellowship.
- All applicants for non-ACGME Fellowship programs must be eligible for and must obtain a full Colorado Medical License prior to the start of the Fellowship program. Licensing requirements can be found on the Department of Regulatory Agencies page:
We expect to fill our Neuroimmunology Fellowship slot 15 months ahead of time. An offer for the position will be given at the end of March of the year preceding the anticipated start date.
Application Season: December 1st, 2018 through February 28th, 2019
Interview Season: January through March 2019
Fellowship Application Status
2018-2019 – Fellowship position filled
2019-2020 – Fellowship position filled
2020-2021 – Fellowship position filled
Please include in your application:
- Proof of residency in Neurology (given as a residency certificate or letter of good standing from current program including status, start date and anticipated end date)
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
- Personal Statement
- USMLE/COMLEX Scores (1,2, and 3)
- ECFMG certification (if applicable)
For more information about our program or to apply, please contact:
Department of Neurology
University of Colorado School of Medicine
12700 E. 19th Ave., Mail Stop B182
Aurora, CO 80045
Office: (303) 724-5899
*For all training verfications please email: Neurology-Verify@ucdenver.edu