Depth of Neurology Exposure
The Ken & Ruth Davee Department of Neurology is made up of 11 divisions providing specialized training in a broad range of neurosciences. Each division has a clinical and research core in its structure. Visit our divisional pages to learn more about our faculty members' extraordinary range of expertise.
General Neurology ServiceThis is a busy service that cares for patients with a wide variety of neurological diseases (neuro-oncology, epilepsy, neuro-ID, etc.). The service consists of one senior resident, two junior residents, rotators (including psychiatry, PM&R, and pediatric neurology), a nurse practitioner and medical students. We see the “bread-and-butter” patients as well as the “zebras.”
Residents will see a tremendous range of imaging pathology that comprises the routine workload in neuroradiology. They will develop a basic understanding of the different imaging modalities that we use (CT, MRI, myelography and angiography) and learn which modality is best suited to answer the pertinent clinical questions. We will discuss anatomy and disease processes as they appear on imaging. In exchange, residents provide important clinical insights to what radiologists are viewing on the screens. A monthly combined neurology/neuroradiology didactic conference is also a popular part of the didactic curriculum.