Department of Neurology
Can Brain Implants Improve Mobility After Stroke?
A single patient will help researchers learn if brain implants connected to a robotic brace can help stroke patients overcome abnormal movement and restore abilities.
The SKMC Neurology Residency Program is a fully accredited four-year training program, is designed to provide comprehensive training in all contemporary aspects of clinical neurology. The program features a progressive increase in patient care and teaching responsibilities.
The Department of Neurology offers fellowship opportunities in clinical neurophysiology, epilepsy, cerebrovascular disease, headache, and neuromuscular disease.
Our Neurologic Specialty Centers listed below are involved in clinical and transitional research endeavors, each with a list of clinical trials. Contact our investigators to learn more about their particular research projects.
The Department of Neurology houses many specialty centers to treat specific neurological diseases. Please select from the list above to learn more about our various offerings.