Magnetoencephalography (MEG) Fellowship
Director: Michael Funke, MD, PhD
The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston has a fellowship in Magnetoencephalography and Surgical Epilepsy. The fellowship position is for one year and begins on July 1st. Applicants must have completed a residency program in neurology or child neurology accredited in the United States or Canada.
The Clinical MEG/Surgical Epilepsy Fellow Program, which is a non ACGME accredited one year training program involving in-depth hands-on data analysis, interpretation and application of advanced diagnostic techniques, with a focus on magnetoencephalography (MEG), electrocorticography (ECoG), intracranial EEG (including both subdural grids and stereo EEG), and cortical mapping. This program is one of only a few such formalized one-year training programs in the U.S. or Canada. Ideally this person would be a 2nd year fellow who has already completed epilepsy fellowship training.
Our program strengths include:
- State of the art MEG system with movement compensation, etc.
- Exposure to both pediatric and adult epilepsy.
- Adult and pediatric epilepsy surgery programs with high volumes of intracranial EEG cases including robotic SEEG and MR guided laser interstitial thermal therapy.
- A collegial academic atmosphere with research opportunities in MEG and epilepsy.
- Great mentorship with frequent and close interactions with the attending staff.
Michael Funke, M.D., Ph.D.
Medical Director of Magnetic Source Imaging
Program Director, MEG Fellowship Program
University of Texas Health Sciences Center
6410 Fannin Street, Suite 732
Houston, Texas 77030
To apply, please download and complete the BioForm and return with an electronic copy of your CV via email to email@example.com . Additionally, we require 3 letters of recommendation to schedule an interview.