Comprehensive Neurology Residency and Fellowships
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals Neurological Institute, offers outstanding Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) neurology residency and fellowship programs dedicated to providing in-depth medical education training for future leaders in all areas of neuroscience.
Neurology Training Programs
Steeped in history and academic tradition, both the ACGME neurology residency programs and the subspeciality fellowships train future leaders of tomorrow that make significant contributions to our program and to patient care.
- Residency Program
The Department of Neurology, in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University, offers the following residency program:
- Fellowship Programs
The Department of Neurology, in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University, offers the following fellowship programs:
- Medical Student Training
The Department of Neurology at University Hospitals provides comprehensive introductory training for medical students at Case Western Reserve University. With this clinical training, students will learn the core concepts of neuroscience and the application of this information to patient evaluations.
Continuing Medical Education Opportunities
University Hospitals also offers continuing medical education and grand rounds:
Rich History of Academic Excellence
Our program was founded in 1961 by Joseph Foley, MD, as the Division of Neurology within the Department of Medicine. When the Department of Neurology was formed in 1980, Robert B. Daroff, MD served as the first Chairman. Through the years, we have experienced remarkable stability in the program, with only four department chairs since inception. It is this rich history of academic excellence that allows our program to continue to grow and receive national recognition with consistent rankings among the top twenty programs in the country for NIH funding.