Welcome to the University of Florida Child Neurology Residency Program, a leading national training program in child neurology (pediatric neurology)!
Our mission is to expand the frontiers of clinical care, education, and research in our field as we strive for excellence, creativity, and innovation. Our goal is to provide an outstanding educational environment for the next generation of child neurologists.
The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Florida is home to over 120 faculty members and over 60 residents and fellows. The UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital represents the only quaternary-care academic pediatric center in North Florida. Accordingly, we are dedicated to excellence and provide our patients and families with top-tier service. While our patient care services are focused upon improving the health of Florida’s children, through medical education and biomedical research we hope to improve children’s lives within the greater Gator Nation and around the world.
We are excited to welcome you to the University of Florida Child Neurology Residency Program.
A collaboration of pediatric neurologists from around the state of Florida helping physicians and advanced practice providers learn about the latest advances in pediatric neurology.
Child neurology residents are encouraged to become involved in research projects during their training, and such projects will be tailored to the personal interests of the individual trainees. Opportunities range from single case reports to retrospective studies to clinical trials to in-depth laboratory experiences
Our primary focus is to create an educational environment which supports and meets the educational needs of each unique learner and gives each graduate the foundation he or she needs to be successful in his or her individual career path.
Gainesville is a university community located in North Central Florida midway between the Atlantic coast and the Gulf of Mexico. The area is known for its natural beauty with its stately live oaks and many springs, lakes, and rivers.