Partners Neurology Program recently ranked
#1 Neurology Residency Program in the Country

In a recent survey released by U.S. World News & Report, medical and surgical residency programs of all specialties were ranked nationally. Of the 3,691 medical and surgical residency programs looked at in more than 20 specialties, 23 Boston residency programs scored in the top 10 within their specialty. Partners Neurology Residency Program has been ranked the #1 neurology residency program in the country.

Read the article in U.S. New and World Report

View the 2014 Top Medical Residency Programs rankings
Best Clinical Instructor in Neurology

Dr. Alice Lam Our program director, Dr. Tracey Milligan, was selected as this year's recipient for "Best Clinical Instructor in Neurology" presented by the Harvard Medical School Class of 2013.
2013-2014 Harold Amos Faculty Diversity Award

Drs. Milligan and Co The Partners Neurology Residency Program has received the 2013-2014 Harold Amos Faculty Diversity Award. This award specifically honors the hard work of Dr. Tracey Milligan, and Dr. Tracey Cho, Program Director and Associate Program Director of the Partners Neurology Residency Program.

The Harold Amos Faculty Diversity Award was established to recognize and celebrate faculty who have made significant achievements in moving Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine towards being a diverse and inclusive community.

a message from our directors

In 1994, two of the premier teaching hospitals of Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General (MGH) and Brigham and Women's Hospitals (BWH), merged to form Partners HealthCare Inc. The Neurology Departments and residency programs were among the first of the clinical services to consolidate.

With this merger, two of the greatest neurology departments in the country were brought together, creating a residency that brings the rich educational and research experiences from both hospitals to the fingertips of the residents. The Neurology programs of these two hospitals have played a vital role in the development and maturation of academeurologists. In addition to providing the highest quality neurologic health care, each has long been committed to advancing the understanding and treatment of diseases of the nervous system. The training of neurologists in the residency program has been the centerpiece of these two departments. In the joint Harvard BWH-MGH residency program, the superior clinical and neuroscience resources of the two major institutions combine to provide a uniquely rich experience...