Their training shall take place at a dynamic, growing campus that emphasizes effective translation of analysis into medical applications,’ stated Nancy L. Sicotte, MD, director of the Neurology Residency Plan and the Multiple Sclerosis Program in the Division of Neurology. Citizens in the three-year program, in inpatient and outpatient settings, will study with study and treatment professionals in stroke; important care; movement disorders; epilepsy; multiple sclerosis; headache; and neuromuscular disease. They shall gain proficiency in electroencephalography, electromyography and other sophisticated ways to study neurological conditions. The scheduled program was made to give residents increasing independence; elective time is built into the third season for focused research or more clinical expertise.It is even more essential that we do that together with other health care leaders, said Pamela A. Thompson, MS, RN, CENP, FAAN, AONE chief executive officer. This Consortium provides together a multidisciplinary group to understand together, but moreover, to improve our systems. We are pleased to announce the funding of the Consortium and the launch of the fellowship program. Teri Pipe, Dean of ASU’s University of Nursing and Wellness Creativity, added, The Transdisciplinary Consortium’s Fellowship in Invention Leadership in Health Care is perfectly aligned with the Health Solutions initiative at ASU to supply solutions for major recognized state and national complications.