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Child Neurology Residency

The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Neurology offers a comprehensive residency training program that allows residents to thrive in two specialties. The combined Child Neurology Residency is a five-year program that facilitates resident training in pediatrics for the first two years, followed by three years in pediatric neurology.

Virtual Interviews

For the safety of our applicants, we are planning a virtual interview season for the 2020-21 academic year. Stay tuned for updates to our website to learn more about our program. Please reach out to Marcia Felker, MD, program director (mamccann@iupui.edu), or Jennifer Smoot, program coordinator (jensmoot@iu.edu), with any questions or concerns.

Pediatrics Residency Training

One of the highest rated pediatrics residency programs in the United States, the Pediatrics Residency at IU School of Medicine enables residents to provide expert care to children amid a variety of ailments. The departments of Neurology and Pediatrics intersect with child neurology, as residents are able to hone their skills in diagnosing and treating children using their training from both disciplines.

Department of Pediatrics Residency Programs

Pediatric Neurology Training

The curriculum for Child Neurology Residency training at IU School of Medicine focuses on the clinical evaluation and management of pediatric patients at teaching hospitals in Indianapolis. Residents in this program work at Riley Hospital for Children and gain experience in diverse outpatient settings.

Curriculum

Register to Match

To match with the Child Neurology Residency at IU School of Medicine, applicants must register with the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and complete an application.

ERAS Match Information