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The University of Maryland Medical Center offers residents and fellows the opportunity to learn from the most qualified neurological physicians.
As a leading East Coast stroke care provider, we train residents in the genetics of strokes as well as epilepsy, Alzheimer's and ALS research.
We are also a leader in neuropathic pain studies and developing approaches to ease pain.
With the expansion of our off-campus sites, our programs stress the importance of an increased community presence. Training at UMMC thoroughly prepares future physicians for careers in the academic field, private practice, or both.
Learn more about the UM School of Medicine's Department of Neurology and our current neurology research endeavors.
Our neurology residency will take you through the different neurological subspecialties as you work alongside our neurology faculty. You'll interface with experts from neurosurgery, neuroradiology, psychiatry and other disciplines as you lay the foundation for your career as a neurologist.
Learn more about UMMC's neurology residency.
A neurology fellowship allows a trainee to develop expertise in a specific neurological subspecialty, both in clinical and research settings. UMMC offers training in a number of different subspecialties:
- Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology
- Movement Disorders Fellowship
- Multiple Sclerosis Fellowship
- Neurocritical Care Fellowship
- Neuromuscular Disease Fellowship
- Vascular Neurology Fellowship
Want to learn about treating neurological conditions from our experts? Visit our physician learning channel.