About the Program
Learn about the vascular neurology fellowship program...
The Department of Neurology offers a one-year vascular neurology fellowship approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). This comprehensive program provides training in the inpatient and outpatient management of cerebrovascular disorders under the supervision of internationally renowned faculty.
Training will primarily take placewithin the VCU Medical Center in downtown Richmond, Virginia. Fellows receive training in a comprehensive stroke center that sees an average of 1,000 stroke patients each year, with one of the highest rates and fastest times of intravenous tissue-type plasminogen activator (IV tPA) administration and stroke intervention. Fellows may also get the opportunity to rotate at the newly opened Sheltering Arms Institute: Physical Rehabilitation Hospital.
Strengths of the program include extensive training in stroke neuroimaging, neurocritical care, acute stroke evaluation, assessment for stroke intervention and outpatient stroke prevention. Fellows also have the opportunity to participate in clinical research and ongoing clinical trials.
Completion of the vascular neurology fellowship prepares the candidate for an academic career, and courses in research methodology can be incorporated into the curriculum for those interested.
Overview of rotations...
Rotations will Include:
- Cerebrovascular Neurology
- Neuroscience ICU
- Outpatient Stroke or Rehabilitation
Information for fellowship applicants...
Our vascular neurology fellowship program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), and applications will only be accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
Interested candidates can contact program director Dr. Warren Felton, III or our program coordinator for additional information.
Please send application materials to:
Vascular Neurology Fellowship
Fellowship Program Alumni
Our past fellowship program alumni...
Hiba Alam, MD
Completed training in 2019 and is now at Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center as a Neurologist focusing on stroke, intracranial hemorrhages, and other cerebrovascular diseases.