Pediatric Neurology Residency and Education

The University of Michigan Health System has an integrated five-year training program in Pediatrics and Child Neurology. We offer four categorical positions each year. We do not have any reserved positions for July 2024.

For the categorical five-year program, the curriculum includes two years of Pediatrics and subsequently three years of Neurology, which is a blend of one year of Adult Neurology and two years of Child Neurology. 

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Learn more about our outstanding residents and faculty!

We provide strong foundational training and design individualized curricula to help our residents achieve their career goals.

Our diverse clinical training spans inpatient and outpatient rotations with a variety of general neurology and subspecialty exposure.

We prioritize resident well-being and fostering a sense of community among our residents and the entire division.

We are committed to training a diverse cohort of child neurologists and to creating an inclusive, equitable, and supportive learning environment. We treat a diverse patient population, and our division is committed to improving health equity.

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