Neurology Training Programs
The Department of Neurology has over eighty faculty members which participate in the teaching mission. The extensiveness of the faculty provides expert, comprehensive knowledge in the wide spectrum of neuro-subspecialty areas. The environment encourages collegial and collaborative association between the clinical neuropractitioners and neuroscience faculty. Moreover, the department's inventory of innovative, high-end diagnostic equipment allows for optimal and efficient diagnosis of commonly seen or more atypical neurological disorders. The teaching mission focuses on the education of medical students, interns, residents and graduate students, on all aspects of the Neurological systems. Our goals are to:
Please visit the individual websites for more information on the residency and fellowship programs.
Medical Student Education Program
Brain and Mind Course
As a 2nd year medical student at Weill Cornell Medical College, the Brain and Mind course offers basic neuroscience and gross anatomy of the head and neck to neurological diagnosis and psychopathology. Click here for more information.
The neurology clerkship is a required four-week clinical rotation in your 3rd year of medical school. For an introduction and course specifics, please click here for more information.
Neurology Student Electives
Neurology electives are available for 4th year medical students. Click here to learn more and access the course scheduler system.
Neuroscience Graduate Programs
Graduate Student Programs
The Neuroscience PhD program at Weill Cornell Graduate School focuses on the following program of study: neural disease, synaptic transmission, developmental neurobiology and regeneration, vision, computational and systems neuroscience, and neuropharmacology. Research interests of the program cover the entire range of neuroscience, including the entire range of neuroscience, including the regulation of neural development, neuronal plasticity, control of neurotransmitter synthesis and release, learning the response of neurons and neural tissue to injury, the regulation of gene expression, endocrine function, circuit development, vision and other sensory systems, information processing and behavior. Click here for more information on admissions, requirements, and programs of study.
Tri-Institutional Training Program in Vision Research
The faculties of Weill Cornell Medical College, Sloan-Kettering Institute and The Rockefeller University sponsor a Tri-Institutional Training program in Vision Research funded by the National Eye Institute. Fore more information, click here.
Our department routinely hosts annual and monthly symposia and conferences. Click here for more information and to register to any of our upcoming courses.
Grand Rounds Series
For a list of upcoming scheduled grand rounds lecture topics, click here.Top of page