Pediatric Neurology

The University of Michigan provides an integrated five-year training program leading towards board certification in both Pediatrics and Child Neurology. The first two years of this program is devoted to general pediatrics; trainees rotate alongside of categorical pediatric residents through inpatient and outpatient rotations in pediatrics and pediatric subspecialties. During these years, Pediatric Neurology residents also begin a once-per-week “Continuity Clinic” in Child Neurology, where they begin to establish a stable patient pool and broaden their skills and knowledge base in Neurology. The third through fifth year of training is dedicated specifically to Child Neurology and includes rotations in both the inpatient and outpatient environments.

The University of Michigan offers phenomenal academic opportunities with excellent, diverse and well-established research projects and training programs. Our residents value and appreciate the mentorship and diverse opportunities to find research projects that are highly specific to their academic interests.

We welcome you to apply to our combined training program in Pediatrics and Child Neurology by submitting applications concurrently to the University of Michigan Pediatric Residency Program and to the Pediatric Neurology Residency matches through ERAS and the NRMP. Additional information about the Pediatrics and Child Neurology residency training can be found here.