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Rush Professional Office Building
1725 W. Harrison St., Suite 755
Chicago, IL 60612
Katie Kompoliti, MD
Phone: (312) 563-2900

Welcome From The Director

The Section of Movement Disorders, part of The Neuroscience Institute at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, has one of the world's largest and most expert groups dedicated to the care of patients with movement disorders, research and education.

Photo caption: Katie Kompoliti, MD, Program Director

About The Program

The movement disorders fellowship at Rush University Medical Center is a two-year program, with one fellow at each level. The fellowship follows the successful completion of a neurology residency.

How To Apply

The Section of Movement Disorders accepts fellowship applicants who have completed full residency training in neurology, acquired an Illinois Medical Licensure to be effective by the time the fellowship begins. The post-resident neurologist must be eligible for certification or already certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with a commitment to academic careers.

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