Welcome to the Boston University Neurology Residency Program. The primary goal of our program is to provide house officers with the knowledge and skills to competently diagnose and care for patients with neurological disease. Our large and diverse faculty encompasses a wide range of interests in neurology and strives to instill a sense of learning, teaching, and cooperation through instruction and supervision of each resident. Each resident has a chance to see an abundant and appropriate clinical case material, presenting the “many faces of neurologic disease”. Our Program offers the resident experience in all facets of Neurological study through exposure to the strengths of each affiliated institution, resulting in the highest quality of Neurological training available anywhere. This page is intended to be an information resource for staff, current residents, prospective applicants and medical students. On the left of the screen under Residency Program, you will find subsections. Each of the subsections are described below and are intended to provide more information about our program.
Program Overview: This page will provide an overview of our program. Here you can find information about our rotation schedules, rotation sites, electives and graduates amongst other things.
Meet Our Residents & Fellows: We are very proud of our residents and fellows. They come from all around the world. They work hard but also have a good time in the process. This page will let you meet our current group of residents and fellows.
Subspecialty Fellowships: Boston University Medical Center offers certain subspecialty fellowships in neurology. This page details them and provides application information.
The Application Process: This page details our application process including interview dates and deadlines.
Student Electives: This page lists all the electives our department offers to BUSM students.
Tuesday Lecture Series: Every Tuesday, the residents have a dedicated lecture day where they are provided protected time to sit through lectures provided by our faculty on a wide array of neurological topics.
Useful Links: This page lists other web pages that would be useful for our current residents and students.