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Icahn School of Medicine at
Mount Sinai

  • Child Neurology Residency Program
  • New York, New York
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# 185-35-00-095


By Patrick C

Core Criteria


Requires Passing Score

Required for Interview


Requires Passing Score

Not Required for Interview

US Clinical Exp

No Requirement

Time Since Graduation

5 years or less is preferred

Visa Policy

H1B (Sponsored)
J1 (Accepted)


Program Info

Residents are expected to participate in clinical, translational, or basic science research efforts related to the field of child neurology. They will also be expected to participate in a mandatory resident quality and safety course early in their second year for the purposes of preparing for a quality improvement activity or project during the final two years of residency training. Finally, trainees will have opportunities to present their work either at the annual research forums within the Departments of Neurology and/or Pediatrics and, when possible, at national meetings such as the Child Neurology Society Annual Meeting.

Program Info

Residents have the opportunity to participate in a research project.

Program Info

Residents undertake progressive autonomy and responsibility for patient care decision-making Technical support services perform nearly all ancillary procedures which allows the resident to spend more time at the patients' bedside.

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