National MS Society: Clinical Fellowships and Grants
Society clinical fellowships:
One year, post-residency MS clinical fellowship program sponsored by the National MS Society, designed to train board eligible/certified neurologists or physiatrists in specialized MS clinical care.
Five-year awards to mentors and institutions sponsored by the National MS Society, to provide training for board-certified/eligible neurologists and physiatrists in specialized MS clinical care.
Multiple sclerosis medical student fellowships
4-6 week exposure to interdisciplinary MS care for first or second year students
Training Grants and Fellowships
To attract and train promising young investigators and doctors and help more established investigators learn new techniques, we offer research training programs. For these training opportunities, refer to the Research Training page.
Fellowships from other organizations:
1-3 year post-residency research, education and clinical education learning opportunity in MS at the VA MS Centers of Excellence in Baltimore, MD, Portland, OR, or Washington, DC.
1-2 year advanced training program in MS diagnosis, treatment and clinical research at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, emphasizing clinical and research skills in MS, neuromyelitis optica and related inflammatory demyelinating disorders.
2-year program open to neurologists interested in a career in MS, to enhance expertise in the diagnosis and management of demyelinating diseases and in clinical trial design, analysis and implementation.
- Clinical fellowship program in MS: 1-2 year rotation through the Partners MS Center at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, focusing on MS clinical care and participation in ongoing clinical research studies.
- Clinical research fellowship: Participate in clinical research projects focused on clinical, biomarker and MRI features of MS using data from the CLIMB study.
1-2 year fellowship in MS—training may be primarily clinical (interdisciplinary approach) or combined clinical work and research.
Participation in ongoing clinical and ex vivo research into the immunology of neurological disorders, new treatment and diagnostic approaches, novel imaging modalities, and outcome and genetic studies in MS at the The Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Center at Jefferson University Hospital. Laboratory of Neuroimmunology offers qualified candidates further opportunities in basic and translational research in MS.
Wake Forest School of Medicine Multiple Sclerosis Fellowship Program (Winston-Salem, North, Carolina)
Training in MS combines experience in clinical research, neuroimaging, and inpatient and outpatient activities.
University of California-Los Angeles Department of Neurology Multiple Sclerosis Fellowship (Los Angeles)
2-3 year program including clinical training and/or opportunities for research, designed specifically for individuals interested in a career in academic neurology.