Epilepsy Fellowship at MGH

Epilepsy Fellowship at MGH

Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Dr. Andrew Cole
Program Director:
Dr. Andrew Cole

The intent of the MGH Epilepsy Fellowship is to provide a strong foundation in clinical epileptology and in the technical, interpretive and clinical aspects of electroencephalography and evoked potentials such that the Fellow would be able to direct an epilepsy program and an EEG/EP laboratory. Our ACGME accredited Fellowship program offers training to adult and pediatric neurologists. The Fellowship program relies on case-based learning to achieve its educational objectives. The established track is for Fellows to complete the Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship at MGH and then move to the Epilepsy Fellowship for the 2nd year.


Core Faculty

Andrew Cole, MD
Douglas Maus, MD, PhD
Sydney Cash, MD, PhD
Catherine Chu, MD
Daniel Hoch, MD, PhD
Alice Lam, MD, PhD
Ken Sassower, MD
Ronald Thibert, MD
Elizabeth Thiele, MD, PhD
Brandon Westover, MD, PhD
Sahar Zafar, MBBS
 


Eligibility/Application Process

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, a letter describing long-term interests and career objectives and three letters of reference, including one from the applicant’s current Program Director, to Dr. Andrew Cole, c/o Tristram “Tucker” Dammin.

Andrew Cole, MD
Director, Epilepsy Servicep
c/o Tristram Dammin, Program Coordinator
Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit Street, WACC 720
Boston, MA 02114


Program Coordinator

Tristram “Tucker” Dammin
tdammin@mgh.harvard.edu
(617) 643-0737