Where You'll Spend Your Time
About This Program
The Child and Adolescent Neurology Residency Program at Mayo Clinic Rochester provides outstanding didactic and bedside clinical education to graduate residents well-skilled for independent clinical practice, who will become leaders in their field. The 3 year core neurology training (following two years of pediatrics), comprises 12 months of child neurology (consult and outpatient), 12 months of adult neurology (<6 months inpatient), mandatory rotations in neurophysiology, neuropathology and child psychiatry and ample time for elective rotations. Residents participate in a weekly continuity clinic where they provide primary consultative and long-term follow-up, allowing them to gain appreciation for evolution of neurological conditions. Abundant educational opportunities include outstanding
didactic courses in core neuroscience topics, small group, focused teaching sessions in clinical pediatric neurology and pediatric neuroradiology, as well as opportunities to participate in research and to hone their educational skills with various courses offered through the Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education.