Residency in Neurology
The University of Kentucky College of Medicine Department of Neurology is proud of a long tradition of excellence in neurology training that was started in the 1960s by the department's founder, Dr. David B. Clark, with a mission to produce the best clinical, research, and academic neurologists. The neurology program is a categorical program currently approved to enroll seven residents each year in its ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) accredited adult neurology program.
Residency in Child Neurology
Our child neurology program is unconventional in its integration of the adult and child experiences. Our incoming PGY-3 residents begin their training on the child neurology service. After becoming oriented on the child service, our residents go on to do their 12 months of adult neurology and 12 months of selective time interwoven with child neurology experiences throughout the three years of the program.
Neurology Interview FAQs
For answers to frequently asked questions about our interview process, visit here!
UKY GME Benefits
To learn about benefits like stipends, vacation time, insurance, wellness and more, visit here!
UK Neurology Graduation Dinner 2021