Author(s): Stephen G. Waxman
Author(s): Eugene C. Toy; Ericka Simpson
Author(s): Eugene C. Toy; Evan Yale Snyder; Josh Neman; Rahul Jandial
Author(s): Mark A. Graber; Jason K. Wilbur; Brigit E. Ray
Neuropharmacology / Douglas E. Rollins; Donald K. Blumenthal
Allan H. Ropper, Martin A. Samuels, Joshua P. Klein, Sashank Prasad
Roger P. Simon, Michael J. Aminoff, David A. Greenberg
Mayer, Stephan A., MD, FCCM
Nick F. Ramsey, José del R. Millán
Srinivasan, Jayashri, MD, PhD, FRCP
Daroff, Robert B., MD
Caplan, Louis R.
Aminoff, Michael J., M.D., D.Sc., F.R.C.P
Aminoff, Michael J., MD, DSc, FRCP
Perkin, G. David, BA, MB, FRCP
Kass, Joseph S., MD, JD
The four core objectives for the neurology clerkship are to:
Students will observe or participate with faculty supervision one of each case listed below.
You will be expected to see at least one case from each of the above categories. Some of these you will be more likely to see in the inpatient setting (cerebrovascular disease), some in the outpatient setting (cognitive disorder), and others may be more ubiquitous (headache). Each student will be issued a copy of Case Files Neurology, 2nd ed., which can be used to supplement your exposure should you find that you were not exposed to one of these clinical categories during your clerkship. Please return this book at the end of the clerkship.
Suggested Reading: Blueprints: Neurology + Web lectures (see Blackboard for more information)
Campus Clerkship Director / Minot:
Bahram Nico (Kordlar), M.D.