Training in neurology is available as early as the medical school years. Weill Cornell Medical College students take a required course and clerkship; electives are also available for fourth-year medical students interested in a career in neurology. In all cases, students have the opportunity to learn about neurology from the world's leading experts, enabling them to start forging collegial bonds early in their medical careers. Click below to find out more.
Welcome to Weill Cornell Neurology! The NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center Neurology Residency Training Program has two major goals:
- To develop highly qualified clinical neurologists by providing an abundant and varied patient population combined with a comprehensive educational program.
- To identify, select, and cultivate physicians with special aptitudes for careers in research, teaching, and/or public service.
Our fellowship programs are designed to provide our fellows access to advanced and in-depth clinical training to meet the needs of complex and evolving neurological disorders seen in modern, academic, tertiary/quaternary care medical centers. Our fellows also interact with internationally-recognized clinicians and researchers offering greater opportunity and exposure to all aspects in their discipline of interest. Graduates of our programs have led successful paths both in academic or private practice settings.
Grand Rounds Lectures take place most Wednesdays from 8:30am - 9:30am in F 639. For the full detailed schedule, click below.
For upcoming seminars and CME courses click below.
For an overview of the resources available to trainees interested in a career as a Clinician Educator, or for faculty interested in broadening their skills, see below.