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The Adult Neurology Residency prepares physicians to care for patients and advance care through hands-on experience in neurology subspecialties.

Adult Neurology Residency

The Department of Neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine offers a dynamic and comprehensive three-year Adult Neurology Residency Program that is ACGME-accredited. Ten positions are offered and filled each year. Residents in this program are critical to the program’s curriculum and continued improvement. The program prepares physicians to care for patients and advance care through innovative thinking. Teaching faculty inspire residents to ask questions that ultimately improve clinical care and the educational experience at IU School of Medicine.

The Adult Neurology Residency Program emphasizes hands-on experience in neurology subspecialties during the PGY2 year. This early exposure enables residents to gain practical experience in subspecialty areas that they may pursue further during fellowship training.

Register to Match

To register to match with an IU School of Medicine residency program, applicants must first register with the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and complete an application.


Adult Neurology Residency Program

Hear resident testimonials about the Indiana University School of Medicine Adult Neurology Residency Program in Indianapolis.

5 clinical locations
34 residents
4 years in the categorical program

Clinical Training

Adult Neurology Residents train alongside faculty physicians and fellows at multiple partner hospitals and clinics across Indianapolis.
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The Adult Neurology Residency Program puts a heavy emphasis on didactics and other training modalities of traditional education.
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Current Residents

Each academic year, the Adult Neurology Residency Program matches with ten medical students, coming from all across the country.
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Residency Life

IU School of Medicine offers an urban campus near the heart of downtown Indianapolis.
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Letter from the Director

Discover more about the Adult Neurology Residency from Program Director Jaison Grimes, MD.
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Residency Alumni

Alumni from the Adult Neurology Residency are now working at hospitals throughout the country.
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Adult Neurology Residency Program Contacts

Program director
19299-Grimes, Jaison

Jaison A. Grimes, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

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Residency Coordinator
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Amanda Fairchild


assistant program director
1800-Comer, Adam

Adam D. Comer, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

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