The Wake Forest University School of Medicine Child neurology in the region, offering exposure to a diverse patient population and opportunities to engage in clinical research and accepts two residents per year. You’ll gain a strong basis in general neurology as well as experience with nationally recognized subspecialty clinics.
The training can be personalized to your goals and interests. Our categorical positions are combined with the competitive Brenner Children’s Pediatrics Residency Program and Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist’s Neurology Residency Program.
Why Train at Wake Forest?
Child neurology residents enjoy:
- Personal attention from and close relationships with faculty
- Family-friendly training environment
- Outstanding research opportunities
- Diverse patient population
Our nationally recognized Wake Forest Baptist Headache Program is an innovative program for complicated headaches that includes one of the few academic pediatric headache programs in the country.
Additional Training Environments and Technologies
- Level 4 Comprehensive Epilepsy Center dedicated to the treatment of refractory epilepsy in children and adults, which includes surgical planning, a ketogenic diet clinic, a Tuberous Sclerosis Clinic recognized by the TS Alliance and one of the few Magnetoencephalography (MEG) programs nationally.
- Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinic
- Tourette Specialty Clinic
- Comprehensive Infant Care Clinic
- Pediatric Movement Clinic
- Training in traumatic brain injury, demyelinating disorders and neurogenetics. All performed by our Pediatric Neurology Faculty. Residents can get a first-hand look at these subspecialties of Pediatric Neurology here at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist.
Hear from current and past residents as they reflect on their personal experiences in the Child Neurology residency program at Wake Forest.