Organization

Boston Children's Hospital

Location

Boston, MA

Date Posted

November 16, 2020

We wish to inform you of the availability of two reserve residency positions at Boston Children’s Hospital Department of Neurology. We are currently accepting applications from qualified candidates to start July 2021. Both positions require that the applicant will have completed one of the following by June 2021; at least two years of general pediatrics residency, one year of general pediatrics and one year of internal medicine, or one year of pediatrics and one year of research. Clinical years must have been performed in an ACGME-accredited residency program.

1) Child Neurology Reserve Slot (ERAS1259185R0)
The three-year Child Neurology residency program at Boston Children’s Hospital provides broad, rigorous medical training across an unusually varied spectrum of patients and subspecialties, applying the latest technology and digital innovations. We offer an unparalleled breadth and depth of exposure to subspecialties in child neurology, one of the world’s most diverse patient populations, and unique opportunities to engage in basic, clinical, and translational neuroscience. Since founding in 1967, the Program has grown to six residents per year and has become one of the most desired residency programs in child neurology in the United States. All residents receive strong mentorship and career planning advice, allowing our graduates to be well-positioned to receive NIH funding and other grants and publish their work in high-impact journals.

2) Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Reserve Slot  (ERAS 1259186R0)
At Boston Children’s Hospital, residents in the Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NDD) Program learn from some of the nation’s best practitioners in the Boston Children’s Hospital Neurology Department partnering with Developmental Medicine and Complex Care. Unique to our program is a skill on skill spiral of training in both child neurology and developmental medicine. Because of the intermixing of programs throughout this four-year program, one has multi-access to, and is exposed and interconnected with, both programs on a continual basis. This expands and broadens one’s knowledge base and enmeshes the two disciplines into one cohesive curriculum.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Please direct any inquiries to Ms. Stephanie Hansbury (stephanie.hansbury@childrens.harvard.edu) and submit your application through ERAS

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