Headache Center Fellowship
- Program Director
- Headache Fellowship Program
The Jefferson Headache Center Fellowship program is dedicated to giving to the trainee the highest quality preparation so that he or she can make contributions to patient care and advance the level of knowledge of headache medicine.
The program will prepare the Fellow for a career in clinical headache practice or academic headache medicine. The Fellow will be exposed to outpatient and inpatient headache patient care, as well as clinical headache research involving epidemiology, Neurophysiology, and therapeutic studies. In addition, a pediatric headache rotation is part of the program. Headache medicine is a unique subspecialty of neurology that requires knowledge not previously taught to trainees during their respective residency programs.
The Fellowship program consists of 12 months of training. The trainee will spend most of his or her time in the outpatient and inpatient headache units, but will have ample time to participate in research projects of their choosing. The trainee will see patients 4 days/week, with 2 half days/week devoted to research.
The Headache Center
The Jefferson Headache Center is one of a very few academic headache centers in the country.
In addition to treating patients, the Jefferson Headache Center is a teaching facility that gives residents the highest quality of preparation so that they can make contributions to patient care and advance the level of knowledge of headache medicine.
- Erenumab dosage for migraine prevention: An evidence-based narrative review with recommendations
- Beyond the Raskin Protocol: Ketamine, Lidocaine, and Other Therapies for Refractory Chronic Migraine
- Efficacy and safety of fremanezumab in clinical trial participants aged ≥60 years with episodic or chronic migraine: pooled results from 3 randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 3 studies
- Long term safety, tolerability, and efficacy of intracutaneous zolmitriptan (M207) in the acute treatment of migraine
- Cluster Headache and Other Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias