Our long established program, initiated in 1980, provides comprehensive clinical neurophysiology training needed to successfully complete the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Certification of Added Qualifications in Clinical Neurophysiology. The fellow will acquire a broad range of interpretative skills, learning to interpret routine EEG, prolonged scalp and intracranial EEG-video recording, ambulatory EEG, evoked potentials, electrocorticography, EMG-nerve conduction studies, single fiber EMG, movement disorder monitoring, botulinum toxin injection, nerve ultrasound, and autonomic studies. Didactic instruction and clinical teaching in the neuromuscular clinics and inpatient Epilepsy Monitoring Unit provide an overall rich training experience.

Thank you for interest in the Augusta University Clinical Neurophysiology program. Please contact me directly, if you have any questions.


Dr. Murrow

Anthony M. Murro, M.D.
Clinical Neurophysiology Program Professor
Department of Neurology

706-721-3325 amurro@augusta.edu