Megan Murray and Norah Lincoff, MD.

Norah Lincoff, MD (right) introduces medical student Megan Murray to specialized neuro-ophthalmologic examination skills that residents can elect to hone further.

Our comprehensive, dynamic curriculum allows you to work with specialists in all major fields of neurology, preparing you well for expert fellowships and certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Each year, we build your scientific knowledge, clinical skills and professional acumen, allowing you to assume increased responsibility for diverse patient care, teaching and supervision.

  • PGY-1
    As a preliminary year resident, you will gain a solid knowledge base in internal medicine and begin learning how to diagnose and manage adults with neurological conditions.
  • PGY-2
    As a junior resident, you will assume direct responsibility for select patients in diverse hospital settings. You also will learn fundamental diagnostic and treatment modalities and become familiar with various neurodiagnostic tools.
  • PGY-3
    In your third year, you will gain experience caring for children with a wide variety of neurological conditions, begin exploring diverse subspecialties through outpatient specialty clinics and grow as a supervisor.
  • PGY-4
    In your final year, you will prepare to enter independent practice. You will share your broad-based knowledge with others and diagnose and manage complex neurological problems, with guidance from our expert neurologists.
  • Rotations
    Through our specialized rotations, we give you the experiences you need to provide state-of-the-art care for diverse patients in multiple care settings, guided by our innovative physician-scientists.
  • Conferences and Rounds
    Learn, share, teach and challenge yourself through our engaging forums, personalized and group discussions and specialized research presentations.