As of January 2020, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital is offering a one-year ACGME accredited Brain Injury Medicine Fellowship for two (2) Board Eligible/Board Certified physiatrists and/or neurologists committed to subspecialty training in Brain Injury Medicine.
The goal of the program is to provide exceptional comprehensive training and education along the spectrum of care in brain injury medicine rehabilitation.
Education, Research and Evaluation
Fellows will rotate at Burke’s main campus and other institutions affiliated with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, allowing a broad exposure to the spectrum of care for patients with a wide range of severity in brain injury.
Fellows will participate in performance improvement projects and research, with multiple opportunities available within Burke/Albert Einstein College of Medicine/ Montefiore Health System. Fellows will have ample opportunities for teaching residents and medical students, including monthly journal clubs and didactic lectures to students. Burke supports fellows participating in local, national and international brain injury conferences, as well as community outreach programs and volunteer opportunities.
Housing and Living in New York area
Fellows enjoy the opportunity for subsidized on-campus housing. Fellows can also commute from New York City by car, or only a short train ride from White Plains.
Wellness and Participation in Community
Burke leadership places the wellness of residents and fellows as one of its highest priorities. Residents and fellows have a large two-room lounge equipped with comfortable furniture, a 55” HDTV, video gaming, computers, and massage chairs. Fellows also have a separate office and access to a private lactation room. Like all Burke employees, fellows also have access to employee health services, inclusive of mental health and wellness counseling.
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Erika Trovato, DO, Program Director of Brain Injury Medicine Fellowship
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital
Cheryl Giannoni, GME Program Administrator