Asian and Oceanian Section
AOS Fellowship Program

Purpose

The AOS Training Fellowship Program offers a special opportunity for one resident, fellow, or recent graduate of a program in neurology to receive a grant to travel outside his or her home country for a fellowship in Movement Disorders. The goals of this program are to enable education, training and experience in movement disorders across the region and to foster long term links between medical training and research sites within the AOS.

To learn more about the program, please read about the 2012 AOS Training Fellowship.

Applicant Eligibility

Applications are open to residents, fellows, those trained in a recognized neurology training program or recent graduates from such a program who have returned to practice at their home site within five-years of finishing. Applicant status must be certified in writing by the member's employer or past supervisor. MDS Members and non-members are encouraged to apply. *Applicants must reside in an AOS country and plan to participate in a fellowship abroad within the AOS.

*For a list of countries within the AOS please visit:
http://www.movementdisorders.org/regional_sections/aos/

AOS Fellowship Program Information

To view a listing of AOS Fellowship Programs available, please click here. (Please note, this list is not comprehensive)

Please use the below form if you would like assistance in locating an AOS Fellowship Program.

AOS Training Fellowship Request for Assistance Form

Application Requirements

  • General neurology training in a recognized training center
  • Letter of recommendation from current Supervisor or Department Chair. Statement that the participant will return to their current institution upon completion of the fellowship is required in the letter
  • Detailed outline of proposed study at host facility
  • Purpose of proposed study
  • Letter of acceptance from host institution and sponsor
  • Current CV
  • Submission of formal application form prior to deadline

Selection Process

Only complete applications received by the application deadline will be considered. A subcommittee of the MDS Asian & Oceanian Section Executive Committee will conduct an initial review of the applications and provide recommendations to the entire Executive Committee about which candidates are the most qualified to receive the Fellowship award. There will usually only be one recipient per year. The exact amount of the award will depend on the funds available and the justification of expenses in the application.

Award Conditions

  • The award provides a grant payment to the award recipient in multiple installments.  The payments will begin just prior to the beginning of his or her Fellowship.
  • The Fellowship Program of the recipient must start on or before December 31, 2014.
The Application Submission Period is now over.

Please email completed applications and attachments to education@movementdisorders.org

Application Deadline: January 31, 2014

For more information or questions please contact education@movementdisorders.org