Contact Information

Neurology Program Coordinator: 
Hannah Nichols
Phone: 614-688-9547
Hannah.Nichols@osumc.edu
395 W. 12th Ave., 7th Floor
Columbus, OH 43210

Didactics, Research, and Rotation Assignments

The neurologists on the faculty of Ohio State’s Neurological Institute represent the full range of neurological subspecialties:

  • Cerebrovascular diseases
  • Cognitive/behavioral disorders
  • Epilepsy
  • Headache
  • Movement disorders
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Neuromuscular diseases
  • Neurointensive care
  • Neuro-oncology
  • Pain/palliative care
  • Sleep disorders

In addition, our department actively partners with the departments of Internal MedicineNeurosurgery and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Didactics

Conferences are held every morning, Monday through Friday, for all neurology residents. During the first two months, lectures focus on neurologic examination, special diagnostic tests and emergency neurological management. The remainder of the year is a structured study of the basic neurological sciences, presented in addition to grand rounds, chairman’s clinical rounds, neurodiagnostics, journal club and a behavioral neurology case conference. We also welcome residents at our Epilepsy Monitoring Unit Conference, EMG Case Conference and Neuromuscular Case Conference.

Research

Under the guidance of a faculty mentor of your choosing, you will be required to pursue a research project that will culminate in a formal medical communication — be that a paper, abstract, platform presentation or poster presentation.

Rotation Assignments

After your first year of residency, clinical assignments are averaged in three- to four-week blocks and may vary from year to year, but rotation assignments in post-graduate years (PGY) 2-4 are set.

 

   PGY1

• A preliminary post-graduate year of internal medicine training

   PGY2

• 1 block inpatient ED
• 1 block community consults/clinics
• 1 block consult 
• 1-2 blocks pediatric neurology
• 0-½ block night float
• 1 block neurointensive care 
• 1 block stroke
• 1-2 blocks EMU
• 1 block neuroradiology/pathology
• 1 elective or EEG/EMG rotation
• 3 blocks outpatient subspecialty clinics

   PGY-3

• 1-2 blocks consults
• 1 pediatric neurology
• 1.5 blocks night float
• 1-2 blocks stroke
• 0-1 block community consults/clinics
• 1 block EMG
• 1.5 electives or EEG/EMG rotation
• 3 outpatient subspecialty clinics

   PGY4

• 1-2 blocks consults
• 0-1/2 block night float
• 0-1 block stroke 
• 4-5 blocks elective or EEG/EMG rotation
• 3-4 blocks outpatient subspecialty clinics

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