Rotations

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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.

  • 2/8/19
    You will develop expertise in managing a wide variety of adult neurological conditions during this core learning experience.
  • 11/10/17
    Guided by some of the top child neurologists and pediatric specialists in the nation, you will augment your adult neurology training with pediatric experience, enhancing your ability to evaluate and treat infants and children with common neurological diseases.
  • 10/3/14
    You will develop long-term relationships with diverse patients in an outpatient care setting — where most neurological conditions are evaluated — through our highly personalized training in a general neurology clinic.
  • 10/3/14
    During your initial electromyography (EMG) experience, you will learn the basic science underlying essential electrodiagnostic tools — especially nerve conduction studies and needle electrode examinations — and become technically proficient in them, while laying the groundwork for more advanced training.
  • 11/10/17
    Gain essential, hands-on experience with adult and pediatric electroencephalography (EEG) and acquire a working knowledge of evoked potentials (EP) by training in specialized EEG labs and a long-term epilepsy monitoring unit.
  • 10/3/14
    Learn to perform imaging exams and gain an understanding of the physics, anatomy and pathology related to various neuroimaging modalities through our essential basic science rotation.
  • 10/3/14
    Guided by a psychiatrist, you will gain exposure to a wide range of neuropsychiatric conditions in medical and surgical patients and develop proficiency as a primary consultant, adding an essential skill set to your adult neurology expertise.
  • 10/3/14
    As part of your adult neurology training, you will observe and actively participate in a multidisciplinary rehabilitation team, gaining exposure to various chronic neurological disorders and ways to manage them from a rehabilitation medicine perspective.
  • 10/3/14
    Hone your interests in nine neurological subspecialties as you develop your ability to diagnose, treat and manage diverse neurological conditions, working closely with our expert subspecialists in specialty clinics.
  • 10/3/14
    Training in one of the nation’s premier stroke care centers, you will become an integral part of the stroke service team as you develop your ability to diagnose, treat and prevent ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke in the brain and spinal cord.
  • 6/22/20
    Make the most of your elective time to develop expertise in a subspecialty of particular interest or prepare for a fellowship.