Harvard Medical School Resident Teaching Award Recipients

Dr. Melissa Walker Dr. Amy Armstong-Javors Melissa Walker, MD, PhD (class of 2016) and Amy Armstrong-Javors, MD (class of 2018) have been selected as recipients of the Junior Resident Teaching Award by the Harvard Medical School Class of 2015, Massachusetts General Hospital Primary Clinical Experience.Dr. Walker received the teaching award in Neurology, and Dr. Armstong-Javors in Pediatrics.

R25 Grant Awarded

Melissa Walker, MD, PhD has been awarded an NIH Research Education R25 grant for her project titled "Characterization of a central nervous system and skeletal muscle specific homologue of a mitochondrial calcium uniporter regulatory component ".

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Neurology® R&F Team Member

Dr. Kristin Lindgren Kristen Lindgren has been selected as Neurology® Resident and Fellow Section Editorial Team Member.

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R25 Grant Awarded

Dr. Ji Lee Ji Lee, MD, PhD is a current chief resident in pediatric neurology at MGH who has been awarded...

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Resident Teaching Award

Dr. Grace Kim Grace Kim, MD has been selected to receive the Newton Wellesley Resident Teaching Award.

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a message from our directors

Thank you for your interest in the Massachusetts General Hospital Child Neurology Residency Program. The oldest and largest hospital in New England, and the first teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, MGH has provided comprehensive care for children since 1821 and patients with neurological diseases across the lifespan since 1872. Our division of child neurology is united by a common purpose of providing outstanding care and finding new treatments and cures that will reduce and ultimately eliminate the devastating impact of neurological disorders on our patients and their families. Our residency program is driven to train future leaders in child neurology with expertise in clinical diagnosis and treatment as well as to provide opportunities to pursue innovative research and explore novel career paths in science and discovery. Our faculty consists of clinicians, basic scientists, and translational researchers with a breadth of national and international expertise. The Child Neurology Division is part of the MGH Neurology Department, which consists of more than 230 physicians and scientists and is consistently ranked among the top four neurology departments in the United States, according to the U.S. News and World Report...