Beyond Residency

Most residents graduating from the program complete fellowships for further training.  ACGME-accredited fellowships are available at the University of Washington in Neurophysiology, Neuromuscular Medicine, Sleep Medicine, and Vascular Neurology.  There are also fellowships available in Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, NeuroHospitalist, and Neuro-Oncology.  In addition we have an active research training program.  While some of our residents choose to stay at the University of Washington for fellowship, those who leave are competitive candidates in whatever field they pursue.

Examples of fellowships that our residents have done in the past few years:

Class of 2017

Makeda Agonafer         Practice- Valley Medical Center, WA
Haley Anderson Neurophysiology, UW
Matthew Preston Neuromuscular, UW                           
Kathryn Roberts Movement Disorders, UW
Jenny Siv Vascular, UW              
Akanksha Sharma Neuro-Oncology, Mayo


Class of 2016

Ziad AlSoufi AlSukkary              Practice- Evergreen Hospital, WA
Kevin Gobeske Neuro-critical Care, Mayo
Nick Freeburg Cerebrovascular, UW                           
Paul Johnson Cerebrovascular, UW
Anny Lin Movement Disorders, UW              
Meghan Romba Neuro-immunology, Johns Hopkins


Class of 2015

Anthony Julius                      Movement Disorder, UW
Brian Lundstrom EEG & Epilepsy, Mayo Clinic (Minnesota)
Ina Ly Neuro-Oncology, Harvard Partners
Adam Reynolds Neuromuscular, UW
Tarvinder Singh                   Cerebrovascular, UW
Katherine Turk Cognitive/Dementia Boston University


Class of 2014

Michah Brasseur          Neurophysiology, OHSU
Erica Byrd Movement Disorder, UCSF
Elizabeth Cahill Cerebrovascular, UCSF
Jenna Kanter Headache/Pain, UW
Krista Kawaguchi         Neurophysiology, UW
Maxwell Ma Neurophysiology, U San Diego


Class of 2013

Katelan Longfellow Movement Disorders, UW
Ilene Ruhoy Neuromuscular, UW
Ali Sultan-Qurraie Cerebrovascular, UW
Ugur Yilmaz Neurophysiology, UW
Teddy Youn Neuro-critical Care, Yale
Ning Zhong Neurophysiology, UCLA