Behavioral Neurology & neuropsychiatry

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University of Colorado
School of Medicine
Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology
BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY & NEUROPSYCHIATRY
Only typed applications will be accepted
FULL NAME:
CURRENT ADDRESS:
TELEPHONE #
ALTERNATE #
EMAIL ADDRESS:
DATE TO BEGIN TRAINING
PERMANENT ADDRESS
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Social Security #
Gender:
Drivers license # & State issued:
Citizenship
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Permanent Resident
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Resident
Foreign National
Refugee/asylum/displaced
Visa Type:
EDUCATION: (List all schools and locations, include dates, degrees, major, minor)
MEDICAL SCHOOL:
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INTERNSHIP:
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RESIDENCIES:
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UNDERGRADUATE:
GRADUATE: (non-medical)
HONORS: (List all professional and academic honors or awards)
RESIDENCIES:
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PUBLICATIONS: (Give the reference and enclose reprint if possible. Describe briefly on a separate sheet any
unpublished or current work.
STATES IN WHICH YOU HOLD CURRENT LICENSES
LICENSURE: Issue & Expire Dates
USMLE / COMLEX / NBME / NBOME: (Circle Appropriate One) Give Dates/Scores
Part 1
Part II
Part III
DESCRIBE BRIEFLY AREAS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES (Provide name and relationship to you):
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Date
Signature of Applicant
Please enclose the following with this application:
 Personal statement (500 words or less) describing your professional background and the development of your
interest in Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry including current direction, and future career plans.
 Curriculum vitae
 USMLE transcript copy
Please have the following documents sent directly to the training office:
1. Three letters of reference
2. Official medical school transcript
3. Letter(s) from current/former training directors outlining past training and completed rotations.
All Items should be sent to:
David B. Arciniegas, MD
Neurobehavioral Disorders Program
University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
Bld. 500, Mail Stop F546
13001 E. 17th Pl Rm N2227B
Aurora, CO 80045
[email protected]
The University of Colorado Denver will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of
race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
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