The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Kansas University Medical Center is pleased to announce the new fellowship in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation. This multidisciplinary one year fellowship is designed to foster growth and development of a physician leader clinical care, research and leadership in polytrauma, traumatic brain injury and related neuroscience fields. Teaching faculty include Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialists, Neurosurgeons, Neurologists, Psychologists, and Basic Science Researchers with successful ongoing NIH funded research in the field of Brain Injury.
Procedures Taught: EMG
Director: Raymond Frankling, MPA
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