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Training the Next Generation of Leading Neurologists Residents walking down a hallway, chatting together

The Neurology Residency at Johns Hopkins is a three-year program based at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

The major goal of the program is to prepare neurologists for a career in academic medicine, beginning with the acquisition of excellent clinical skills. A rich and diversified clinical experience is assured by exposure to several distinct inpatient services, consultative services, and outpatient settings at two teaching hospitals.

Learn how to apply.

Meet Our Residents


Contact Us

Please contact us with any questions about the application process or about the program:

Medical Training Program Administrator: Sandy Vieyra
Phone: 667-306-6328

Our Clinical Facilities

Johns Hopkins Hospital

  • 24-bed neurosciences critical care unit (NCCU) staffed by neurology, neurosurgery, and neuroanesthesiology/critical care
  • State-of-the-art adult and pediatric operating rooms, complete with an intra-operative MRI machine that provides real-time images of the brain during surgery
  • Specialized epilepsy monitoring units (EMU): a 6-bed adult unit and a 4-bed pediatric unit. Both are enhanced with the latest technologies and uniquely designed for patients’ needs.
  • Adult inpatient units with 58 beds, including the Brain Recovery Unit (BRU)

Bayview Medical Center

  • Acute patient care facility with modern operating rooms and intensive care units 
  • Inpatient service of 8 critical care beds, 6 intermediate care beds and 15 inpatient service beds, for a total of 29 beds dedicated to neurological and neurosurgical patient care.
  • Located two miles east of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
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