Neurology

  • Professional Education

    The Division of Neurology at Cincinnati Children’s provides training in neurological medicine for medical students, pediatric residents and general neurology residents. We have an ACGME-approved pediatric neurology residency (four residents each year), and advanced clinical fellowship programs in epilepsy, clinical neurophysiology, headache medicine, movement disorders, neuro-muscular disorders and neuropharmacology. Students in all training programs work closely with both clinicians and researchers to gain comprehensive experience in all aspects of neurological medicine.

    Fellowships:

    • Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship: This fellowship prepares clinicians to diagnose, treat and explore better care options for patients with epileptic disorders and their families.
    • Headache Medicine Fellowship:  Study headache causes and treatments with the first pediatric headache fellowship established in the United States.
    • Neuromuscular Fellowship: Training in all aspects of neuromuscular disorders with emphasis on multispecialty management and family-centered care.
    • Sleep Medicine Fellowship: This ACGME accredited fellowship trains physicians in diagnoses and management of simple and complex sleep disorders in both children and adults.

    Residencies:

    • Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Residency: This program combines training in child neurology and neurodevelopmental disabilities with the study of conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy and cognitive disorders.
    • Neurology Combined Residency:  This five-year combined residency program offers residents training in general pediatrics, adult neurology and child neurology.

    Continuing Education:

    Learn more about our continuing education opportunities.

 
  • Neurology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.