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The department also hosts a regular neuroscience symposium, which provides a truly holistic review of a specific neurological disease typically with a patient speaking and describing the impact of the disease on their lives, a clinical researcher reviewing the latest relevant clinical or translational research and a basic scientist discussing the cutting-edge cellular research ongoing in that disease process.

In addition to the highly successful global neurology track, the latest innovation to the curriculum is the development of a research track and an educator track which provides regular didactics, sessions, resources and individualized mentorship geared towards fostering future careers as clinician scientists and educators.

Our curriculum and education program prepares our residents for independent practice and successful careers as neurologists.  This is evidenced by our 98 percent board pass rate over the last several years and it also forms a strong foundation for further subspecialty training. Our graduates have successfully placed in highly ranked prestigious fellowships in various subspecialties.