Contact Information

Neurology Program Coordinator: Karen Willman
Phone: 614-293-6872
Fax: 614-293-4688
Email: Karen.Willman@osumc.edu
395 W. 12th Ave., 7th Floor
Columbus, OH 43210

A Tradition of Excellence

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    In our world-class hospitals and research facilities, you will be exposed to a wide range of pathologies.
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    Our diverse curriculum includes clinical exposure, a comprehensive didactic program, research mentoring and extensive teaching opportunities.
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    Our mission is to promote the graduation and success of professional, well-rounded and knowledgeable physicians who will excel in the practice of Neurology.
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    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has a large staff of neurologists, representing the full range of neurological subspecialties.

The mission of The Ohio State University Neurology Residency Training Program is to promote the graduation and success of professional, well-rounded and knowledgeable physicians who will excel in the practice of Neurology. By utilizing diverse clinical exposure, a comprehensive didactic program, research mentoring and extensive teaching opportunities, we promote residents’ achievement of your highest potential in providing confident, compassionate and state-of-the-art patient care.

The OSU Wexner Medical Center, ranked one of the best hospitals in the country, has a large staff of neurologists — representing the full range of neurological subspecialties — all linked to your success.

In our world-class hospitals and research facilities, you will be exposed to a wide range of pathologies.

We promote your success through a diverse curriculum that includes clinical exposure, a comprehensive didactic program, research mentoring and extensive teaching opportunities.

Each year, we accept five residents into Adult Neurology, a four-year categorical program that includes a preliminary post-graduate year (PGY1) of Internal Medicine training with Ohio State’s Department of Internal Medicine. Clinical assignments are averaged in three- to four-week blocks and may vary from year to year, but rotation assignments are set in PGY2-PGY4. We have a night float system in place to allow for more rest between shifts, along with a comprehensive package of stipends and benefits. We invite you to apply and — if chosen — help us change the face of medicine.

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