Curriculum Overview/Rotations

The Adult Neurology Residency Program at the University of Rochester is a four-year categorical program in neurology that includes a preliminary (PGY-1) year of internal medicine training. This preliminary year is supervised by both the neurology and internal medicine program directors. The core curriculum of the first year is identical to that of the First Year Categorical Medicine residents except that additional inpatient neurology experiences replace other inpatient experiences.

The following provides an overview of program goals and philosophy and an outline of our curriculum and teaching schedule. No website can answer every candidate's questions. Therefore, we encourage you to call us if we can clarify or expand on any components of our program.

Neurology Resident Block Schedule

Resident Handbook