The adult neurology residency training program is a 3-year curriculum that transforms physicians with one year of general medical training into fully competent, autonomous general neurologists.
This program consists of closely supervised, comprehensive education in the understanding and management of neurological disorders in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.
Protected time within the program allows physicians to explore clinical and basic science research interests. One and two year neurological subspecialty fellowship opportunities are available to physicians already experienced in general neurology.
The UCSD Child Neurology Residency Program is a three-year program that offers physicians with training in general pediatrics a comprehensive education in the treatment of both adult and pediatric neurological disorders.