Thank you for interest in the Clinical Neurophysiology program at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.An ACGME accredited program

Our long established program, initiated in 1980, provides the comprehensive Clinical Neurophysiology training needed to successfully complete the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Certification of 'Added Qualifications' in Clinical Neurophysiology.

As a fellow, you will acquire a broad range of interpretative skills, learning to:

  • Interpret routine EEG (electroencephalogram)

  • Administer 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

In addition, we offer a rich training experience with didactic instruction and clinical teaching in our:

  •  Neuromuscular Clinics
  • Inpatient Epilepsy Monitoring Unit 



EEG Scavenger Hunt Series, Brainy Neurologist. Objective: to start the conversation for new EEG readers. To provide asynchronous content, and an introduction to EEG reading. To spark the learners interest to keep studying EEG content!



Please contact Dr. Moore-hill with any questions. 

photo of Debra Moore-hill, MD, MPH

Debra Moore-hill, MD, MPH

  • Fellowship Director
  • Associate Professor
  • Chief, Division of Epilepsy
  • Vice Chair, Education

(706) 721-3325