Available Fellowship Positions

Medstar Georgetown Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Fellowship Program
Washington DC

The Georgetown Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Fellowship Program trains physicians to become clinical experts in the diagnosis and management of CNS autoimmune disorders including multiple sclerosis, transverse myelitis, optic neuritis, neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder, neurosarcoidosis, paraneoplastic syndromes, etc.

The fellows work in the nation’s first and only Multiple Sclerosis Patient Centered Specialty Practice, where the focus is placed on the care of the patient, in the spirit of cura personalis. Fellows work in the outpatient clinic with Dr. Amjad, Dr. Barry, Dr. Hu, Dr. Osborne, Dr. Shin, and Dr. Tornatore. The fellows gain expertise in the medical management of diverse clinical syndromes, including training in neuro-ophthalmology, neuroradiology and spasticity clinic (learning botulinum toxin therapy and management of intrathecal baclofen pumps).

Some fellows choose to complete a second research-focused year. By handling clinical trials, fellows become familiar with IRB requirements and the role of a principal investigator. For more information, click here

Fellowship Director Benjamin Osborne, MD | [email protected]
Fellowship Coordinator Deleon Mitchell | [email protected]
0 Available Fellowship Positions Updated as of 02/07/2023
Application Deadline: December 1 of PYG3 Year 
Eligible Trainees
  • Adult Neurology
Do fellows take call duty? Phone Call Only
Multidisciplinary Rotations Available
  • Neuropathology
  • Neuro-Ophthalmology
  • Neuro-Radiology
  • Botox Injections
  • Baclofen Pump Management
Exposure to multidisciplinary comprehensive care?  Yes
Clinical Fellowship? Yes Length of Clinical Fellowship 1-Year
Combined Clinical/Research Fellowship? Yes Length of Clinical/Research Fellowship 2-Years
General Neurology Clinics? No Neuroimmunology Topics Covered
  • Demyelinating diseases (MS, NMOSD, MOGAD, etc.)
  • Neuro-rheumatology
  • Autoimmune/Paraneoplastic Encephalitis
  • Neurosarcoid
  • Neuroinflammatory Complications of Immunotherapy
Availability of Graduate courses/Master's degree? Yes Approved by Institutional GME?  Yes
Sponsorship of H1b Visa? No Sponsorship of J1 Visa? Yes
Are positions contingent on securing external funding? No Accept Applications off-cycle? No
Begin Accepting Applications When?  September of PGY3 Year Interviews Begin November of PGY3 Year
Typical Number of New Positions Per Year? 1-2 Typical Number of Fellows in Training? 1-2
Required Application Materials
  • Application Form
  • CV
  • Personal Statement
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation
Fellowship Positions Filled February of PGY3 Year
Fellowship Recruitment Policy Agreed