UR Medicine / Neurology / Education & Training / Neurology Fellowships / Movement Disorders Fellowship / About the Program About the Program Flexible curriculum to meet career goals of each fellow. Hands-on, comprehensive outpatient and inpatient-based clinical experience in adult and pediatric patients with a variety of movement disorders with close supervision by experienced faculty. Exposure to advanced diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for patients with movement disorders, including nuclear imaging, neurophysiological testing and quantitative gait analysis, botulinum toxin injections, intestinal levodopa infusion and deep brain stimulation. Experience with telemedicine. Outstanding faculty with a deep commitment to education and research. Evidence-based didactic curriculum with invited speakers, journal clubs and video rounds. Ample research opportunities under the mentorship of faculty well known for their wide-ranging interests and expertise in clinical trials. Mentorship and support for fellows to attend and present at national and international scientific meetings.