Sleep Medicine Fellowship
Emory University School of Medicine offers a post-doctoral training program in sleep medicine. The Emory Sleep Medicine Fellowship program enrolls three fellows per year for a 12-month period.
The specific goals of the training program in sleep medicine are as follows:
- To develop excellence in the practice of sleep medicine. To teach the appropriate technical skills and ability to interpret polysomnography and other diagnostic tools used in sleep medicine.
- To teach basic administration and management of a sleep center.
- To encourage fellows to teach sleep medicine to each other, students, house staff, and attending staff.
- To interest fellows in basic and clinical research and allow them an opportunity to experience a research project first hand in hopes that this exposure will result in their continuing research in an academic setting. A meritorious project pursued to completion is expected by each fellow.
Fellows get three weeks of vacation during each year of fellowship.
Fellows are given time off and funding to attend one medical meeting of their choosing during each year of training.
House Staff Stipends
A list of the current academic year house staff stipends is available online.
For additional information on benefits contact:
Human Resources Department
Atlanta, GA 30322
404 727 7613
A complete list of benefits to Emory University trainees is available online.