Neurovascular Fellowship

The University of Connecticut/Hartford Hospital Neurovascular Fellowship is an ACGME-accredited, one-year program emphasizing clinical experience.

Primarily based at Hartford Hospital, with a Joint Commission-certified comprehensive stroke center in a hospital with a national reputation for clinical excellence, the fellowship includes rotations at the University of Connecticut Health Center, an academic facility that excels in teaching, research and clinical care.

Fellows are exposed to the full range of emergency, inpatient and outpatient management of ischemic and/or hemorrhagic strokes. Research experience at either Hartford Hospital (clinical) or UConn Health Center (laboratory) can be elected.

Neurovascular fellows collaborate with neurology residents, faculty, advanced practice providers, and stroke team in the care of patients with stroke and cerebrovascular disease at Hartford Hospital and UConn Health Center. Neurovascular teaching takes place both at the bedside during daily stroke rounds and through didactic sessions. In addition, simulation training, integration in quality improvement, operations, and leadership experience skills are gained through training.

Fellows enjoy a full benefits package that includes medical, dental, life and disability insurance, professional liability and a tax-sheltered investment program. Other benefits include book and travel expenses and four weeks of paid vacation/educational leave.

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Additional fellowships currently offered by The Ayer Neuroscience Institute.

All fellowships include hands-on training from experts across numerous disciplines and receive exposure to multiple patient settings: emergency, inpatient and outpatient.

Explore the links below to learn more about the current fellowship opportunities and the applicationprocess.

Ayer Neuroscience Institute