The Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences Clinical Neurophysiology Technology Program will accept applications for its two-year Neurodiagnostic Program through Feb. 1, 2019. The need for neurodiagnostic and polysomnographic technologists far exceeds the supply of trained individuals.
The Neurodiagnostic Program provides training to prepare neurodiagnostic and polysomnographic technologists to perform these procedures:
- Nerve conduction studies
- Evoked potentials
- Autonomic testing and polysomnograms
The program includes coursework at Rochester Community and Technical College and Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences.
The next class of students will begin in August 2019.
You can learn more about the profession, program prerequisites, curriculum and application process on the Clinical Neurophysiology Technology Program (Minnesota) webpage.
Direct questions to Jan Buss, Director, Clinical Neurophysiology Technology Program, at 507-284-1255.