We seek residents who are driven to advance the field of Neurology. Our program balances breadth and depth in clinical training with an extensive didactic and problem-based learning curriculum.
Residents benefit from an integrated career development curriculum and an array of academic career electives in Research, Education, Health Equities, Global Health, and Health Care Leadership and Quality Improvement. The Department holds an NINDS R25 grant, which allows research-oriented residents to apply for additional laboratory time during residency.
Residents dedicated to other, non-laboratory scholarly activities can also receive additional elective time during residency. We are committed to supporting our trainees through their transition to career independence.
We are located on the historic campus of the University of Pennsylvania, home of the Nation’s first medical school. The geographic integration of the University of Pennsylvania allows our trainees to access the extraordinary academic resources of the larger University as part of their scholarly and career development.