Child Neurology Residency Training Program Overview

Are you ready to be a future leader in child neurology? If so, all of us at the Child Neurology Residency Training Program and the Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Resident Training Program at Boston Children’s Hospital look forward to meeting you.

As the pediatric teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, Boston Children’s is committed to providing the very best clinical training in child neurology. Preparing physicians for fulfilling careers is part of our core training mission. We offer an unparalleled breadth and depth of exposure to sub-specialties in child neurology, one of the world’s most diverse patient populations, and unique opportunities to engage in basic, clinical and transla­tional neuroscience.

Since its founding in 1967, the Program has grown to seven residents per year and has become one of the most desired residency programs in child neurology in the United States.

Child Neurology Residency Training Program

Throughout this site, you will hear from current residents and recent graduates of the Program. We choose our residents carefully—not just on the basis of their academic credentials, but also on their human qualities. Many of our graduates report that it was the people who made their three years in training most worthwhile.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to either one of us if you have any questions about the Program.

Scott Pomeroy, MD, PhD

David K. Urion, MD, FAAN
Residency Program Director