Educational activities in the Movement Disorders Center include a wide variety of opportunities for neurology residents, residents in other Duke programs, and practicing neurologists.
Neurology residents may rotate through both the Duke and VA Movement Disorders Clinics, may participate in educational conferences and grand rounds as a part of residency training, and in monthly clinical conferences concentrating on the deep brain stimulation program, botulinum toxin program, and Movement Disorders Journal Club.
In addition, an annual continuing medical education (CME) botulinum toxin course is offered at Duke is available for both residents and other interested health care providers.
Lastly, clinical externships or rotations are available to practicing Neurologists or residents from other programs are available on a limited basis. Board-eligible neurologists interested in a Movement Disorders fellowship at Duke are encouraged to contact us for additional information.
If you have specific questions, please contact Jeffrey Cooney, MD, at Jeffrey.Cooney@duke.edu.