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International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society

Joint Fellowship Program for Huntington’s Disease Training

Learn about Huntington's disease with a 6-week fellowship at a highly regarded multi-disciplinary clinic in Europe. 

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Applications have closed


About the program

The Joint Fellowship Program for Huntington’s Disease Training funds 6 clinical fellows in a highly regarded multi-disciplinary clinic in Europe to observe and learn more about a general or specific aspect of Huntington's disease (HD). 

Selected fellows will be awarded a €2,000 EUR grant for accommodations and living expenses, and reimbursed for additional travel (up to €1,000 EUR) to their participating host site. 

Neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, physiotherapists and clinical geneticists working in Huntington’s disease clinical practice and research are eligible to apply.

I feel better equipped to manage my HD patients following this wonderful opportunity. I have also established links with other clinicians in this field who I can contact regarding both clinical and research questions in the future.”



The applicant must be:

  • Under the age of 40, or less than five years since the award of their final professional qualification.
  • A Board-Certified Neurologist, Psychiatrist, Physiotherapist, Psychologist or Clinical Geneticist, or in training for Board Certification
  • Fluent in English or in the local language of the host country

Awardees from previous years are not eligible to re-apply.

Applicants can be from any MDS region, with a particular focus on applicants from countries/regions where HD facilities or a specific aspect of HD care is not well developed. Priority will be given to applicants who are already engaged in clinical practice in HD and have a realistic prospect of remaining active in the HD field following completion of the program.


Fellows will be responsible for a final report on their experience, among other requirements. For complete details, read the HD fellowship information and instructions

Applications have closed.

Please contact EHDN Secretariat ( with general or technical questions about the program.

Comments from Previous Fellows:


“The first is the active participation to research fields (i.e., HD animal models) and to different systems I was not familiar with. […] This broadened my clinical and research perspectives and improved my knowledge of HD.”

“The clinic was a great setting for understanding the varied clinical phenotype of HD.”

“The fellowship will positively influence my clinical and research practice thanks to the new skills and knowledge acquired. This experience will especially impact on my research carrier […].”


Offered via a partnership between: 

International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society

European Huntington's Disease Network


If you have any questions about the fellowship program and application, contact the EHDN at

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