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Residents Pediatric Neurology
The Child Neurology Residency training program at Vanderbilt is ACGME-approved for a total of nine resident positions (three positions for each of the three years of Neurology training).

Our standard categorical position consists of two years of Pediatrics followed by three years of Child Neurology (including the required one year of Adult Neurology rotations).

Additional training pathways leading to board eligibility in Child Neurology are possible, and include:

  • One year in internal medicine, one year of residency training in pediatrics and three years of Child Neurology
  • One year of pediatrics, one year of basic neuroscience training and three years of Child Neurology

Application process

The upcoming 2018 Match will be utilizing the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). For this Match, Vanderbilt offers three categorical positions, to begin in July 2018. Categorical positions include the initial two years of Pediatrics training at Vanderbilt, followed by the three years of training in Child Neurology (which will include the required one year of adult neurology training). 

Applicants for the 2018 Match need to submit a single application form to the Child Neurology Categorical Program (1702185C0) to ERAS. this will automatically include the Pediatrics component of our training program. A seperate application to the General Pediatrics Residency should not be completed. Registration on ERAS for the 2018 Match will open on September 6, 2017. Your application will subsequently be distributed to Vanderbilt for review.

Applicants invited for an interview will be required to interview within both the Child Neurology and Pediatrics training programs over a two day period between October 2017 and January 2018. Applicants typically arrive in Nashville on a Sunday or Monday and have interviews, tours and informational sessions Monday and Tuesday or Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively.

Find more information about the Match please consult the NRMP website.



 
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