The Adult Epilepsy Program is a one-year ACGME fellowship in adult epilepsy. The one-year fellowship is ACGME approved for adult epilepsy with the emphasis in video EEG monitoring and the evaluation of patients for epilepsy surgery. The fellowship is centered in a 12-bed video/EEG monitoring unit with state-of-the-art digital equipment. Training is provided in the interpretation of EEG, video/EEG, intracranial video/EEG, intraoperative electrocorticography and evoked potentials. Fellows also participate in busy outpatient clinics.

Regular activities of the section include

  • Daily review of video/EEG telemetry
  • Daily review of routine inpatient and outpatient EEG and evoked potential studies
  • Weekly epilepsy surgery conference
  • Weekly clinical neurophysiology lecture series
  • Monthly joint adult-pediatric epilepsy surgery conference
  • Monthly journal club
  • Monthly teaching conference for residents

Prerequisites for application

  • Successful completion of an approved four-year residency program
  • Must be able to obtain personal Missouri medical license
  • Must be able to obtain personal BNDD License
  • Must be able to obtain personal DEA License

All applicants should e-mail the following information to Brian Keith Day, MD, PhD, at bkday@wustl.edu.

  • Current CV
  • Personal statement of career goals
  • ECFMG ID number
  • USMLE scores, I, II and III
  • Three letters of recommendation