|Description:||The Neurology Residency Program has trained over 25 neurologists since its inception in 1981. The Program provides neurologists-in-training with comprehensive supervised clinical and research experience. The academic program comprises a weekly academic half-day and daily educational rounds and includes regular seminars on ethics, communication skills and evidence-based medicine. There are regular formal written and oral evaluations. The Program Director and Committee manage all aspects of the program, with the help of a program administrator. All members of the Division of Neurology participate in teaching residents.
The neurology program also provides training to residents from other programs, including internal medicine, psychiatry, pediatric neurology, physiatry, neurosurgery, medical genetics and emergency medicine.