Conferences and Rounds

Norah Lincoff, MD, with residents during a conference.

Neurology trainees learn about vision impairments in neurological conditions through an informative discussion with expert neuro-ophthalmologist Norah S. Lincoff, MD.

Learn, share, teach and challenge yourself through our engaging forums, personalized and group discussions and specialized research presentations.

Adult Neurology Conferences and Rounds

  • Clinical Teaching Rounds
    You will participate in daily dialogues with the attending neurologist, presenting cases and discussing your diagnostic findings and therapeutic plans.
  • Journal Club
    These group discussions are based on current, relevant articles chosen by a resident and presented together with a faculty expert.
  • Professor’s Rounds
    This participatory forum, together with input you receive during rounds involving patient encounters, will allow you to apply crucial information to patient care.
  • Neurology Grand Rounds
    These lectures provide current knowledge on a broad range of topics in neurology — from laboratory research and clinical problems to epidemiological studies. They may address theoretical, pathological or therapeutic approaches to neurological disease.

Cross-Training Conferences and Rounds