J. Kiffin Penry Epilepsy MiniFellow Network

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J. Kiffin Penry earned an international reputation for his numerous contributions to the field of epilepsy, and was one of the most influential epilepsy leaders of his generation. Always a strong advocate for the epilepsy patient, he recognized a need to educate physicians in the field of epilepsy.  In 1986 Dr. Penry organized the first Epilepsy MiniFellowship program.  The J. Kiffin Penry Epilepsy MiniFellowship® Programs enter their third decade as one of the premier post-graduate epilepsy education programs in the country.

Please visit our Epilepsy Education Programs page for more information, including course overviews, program dates, and application process.

Visit the Penry Pediatric Programs Website

B/W photo of Dr. Penry

Graduates of the programs have access to the site's alumni-only resources in the Alumni Center. Registered users can login for access to:

  • PowerPoint Lecture Slide Sets
  • Searchable Alumni Database
  • Notebook Handouts
  • Group Photos from Programs
  • CME Activities
  • Career Opportunities Page

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