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Rotation Schedule

You can expect to participate in weekly didactic conferences, teaching rounds with faculty and rotations through neurological specialties.


  • Inpatient Neurology (admitting and consultation)
  • Daily teaching rounds with faculty attending
  • Weekly EEG reading/instruction
  • Weekly Neuroanatomy Review
  • Weekly Neuropharmacology Instruction
  • In-hospital night calls limited to one night/week


  • Child Neurology (Inpatient, Outpatient)
  • Neurosurgery and Neurocritical Care
  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Neuroradiology
  • Community Neurology
  • Comprehensive Clinical Neurophysiology Course
  • No in-hospital PGY3 night call


  • Inpatient supervision of junior residents
  • No in-hospital PGY4 night calls (some home calls)
  • Epileptology with advanced EEG and EMU
  • Neuromuscular medicine with EMG
  • Subspecialty outpatient clinics (stroke, epilepsy, neuromuscular, MS, pain, headache, neuro-ophthalmology, movement disorders, behavioral neurology, sleep medicine)
  • Electives (inpatient, outpatient, research)
  • Didactic curriculum highlights include weekly clinical case conferences highlighting stroke, epilepsy, neurocritical care, neuroimmunology and other selected subspecialty fields
  • Comprehensive, textbook-based lecture series on:
    • Basic clinical neurology (PGY2)
    • Basic child neurology (PGY3)
    • Clinical neurophysiology (PGY3)
  • Weekly noon lecture series on basic and advanced topics in neurology throughout the 3-year program
  • Weekly hands-on workshops (neurodiagnostics, neuropathology, neuroradiology, simulation training)
  • Weekly research training and project mentoring
  • Monthly journal club
  • Monthly neurology/neurosurgery grand rounds
  • Quarterly seminars or discussion groups addressing professionalism, ethics, cultural competency, health equity, medical economics, global neurology
  • Rotation-specific didactic experiences with specialists