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Child Neurology and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Residency Alumni

The IU School of Medicine Child Neurology Residency program has been graduating residents for 48 years. As the department has sustained rapid growth over the past 20 years, 50% of the last 15 graduates have remained with IU as members of the faculty. Forty-four percent of our graduates have pursued fellowships, mostly in neurophysiology. Graduates of the program work primarily in academic health centers, while others work in private practice and industry positions.

The Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NDD) Residency program, one of only eight in the country, was started in 2009 and its graduates have pursued careers in academic medicine and private practice. It works hand-in-hand with the Child Neurology residency.

The first two-resident Child Neurology graduating class begins this 2020–2021 academic year. The NDD program will expand to two residents this interview season.

Program Graduates

Bradford Hale, 1972
Paul Bustion, 1981
Amy Chappell, 1983
Hema Patel, 1990
Laurence Walsh, 1992
Carlos Cunado, 1998
Karen Carvalho, 2003
Lisa Smith, 2004
Lisa McGuire, 2007
Jennifer Zimmer, 2008
Christopher Jackman, 2009
Mandy Harris, 2010
Marcia Felker, 2010
Jennifer Brault, 2012
Sarah Delima, 2014
Kristyn Tekulve, 2014
Jessica Green, 2014 (NDD)
Susan Conrad, 2015
Amanda Croxton, 2017
Celanie Christensen, 2017 (NDD)
Sarah Wing, 2018
Kelly Brinkley, 2018 (NDD)
Whitney Gervelis, 2019
Matthew Miller, 2019 (NDD)
Derryl Miller, 2020

Resident Testimonials

See what our residents have to say about the program.

Testimonials