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Neurology Residency and Fellowship education programs

Medical students, residents, and fellows benefit from significant education and mentorship by our faculty team. Trainees are given the opportunity to learn the method of translational research complementing classroom and bedside teaching. Through close collaborations with other departments at UMass Chan and hospitals in Central Massachusetts, trainees develop rich connections. These opportunities provide valuable experience in patient care, including our extensive telehealth system. Our department is deeply committed to training a diverse community of leaders in neurology to serve and eliminate disparities in care. 

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Education Programs

Residency Programs

The Neurology Residency Program offers eight neurology positions each year. Preliminary PGY-1 internal medicine positions are offered to those who match in neurology if they so choose. For more information, please review our Neurology Residency Program.

Fellowship Programs

Please explore our specialty education programs provided by the Department of Neurology. 

Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship

Movement Disorders Fellowship

Neurocritical Care Fellowship

Neuroimmunology Fellowship

Neurological Rehabilitation and Recovery

Vascular Neurology Fellowship Program

Office of Graduate Medical Education

Our department partners with the Office of Graduate Medical Education to highlight the available training programs designed to support the basic science and research interests of prospective residency and fellowship students.

UMass Memorial Medical Center Prospective students receive a solid education from UMass Chan Medical School and our partnership with UMass Memorial Medical Center, a leading level 1 trauma center, to support patient care within our interdisciplinary comprehensive care centers.

Life in Worcester Massachusetts Learn more about the amenities and social life in the City of Worcester, provided by the Office of Graduate and Medical Education.

For more information or assistance with the Department of Neurology Residency or Fellowship programs, please contact