Outstanding education, research and patient care
The Division of Neurology at Dalhousie University investigates, diagnoses and treats the spectrum of neurological conditions and diseases. Division members provide medical education at the undergraduate, residency training and continuing professional development levels. Its active research group studies the causes of brain and nervous conditions and develops better diagnostic tests and treatments.
The division’s highly-regarded residency training program is known for graduating top clinicians in general and subspecialty neurology practice. As a resident in the neurology residency program, you could benefit from:
- a high staff-to-resident ratio
- an exceptional level of one-on-one time
- hands-on experience in community practice, and
- exposure to major subspecialties and clinics
Specialized facilities within the division include the EMG and EEG laboratories, Epilepsy Program, Multiple Sclerosis Research Unit, Cerebrovascular Unit, Neuro-Ophthalmology Clinic, Behavioral Neurology Clinic, Neuromuscular Clinic, Neuro-Oncology Clinic, Headache Program, ALS program and the Maritime Brain Tissue Bank.