Adult Neurology Residency Training Program
Class of 2014 with Dr. Johnston, Dr. Burns and Dr. Southerland.
Andrew M. Southerland
, M.D., M.Sc.
Ted Burns, M.D.
The Neurology Residency Program at the University of Virginia believes in an environment that focuses foremost on the education and training of its residents. Since our inception, we have been a program of the residents and by the residents, always considering: 1) quality of patient care; 2) resident quality of life; 3) resident quality of training; and 4) compliance with governing organizations, including the ACGME. Our training program is designed to provide the necessary acumen for all aspects of a career in neurology, including proficiency in history-taking, the neurological exam, localization of disease, the neurological formulation, exposure to clinical and basic science research, evidence-based practice, communication and leadership. By this foundation, we hope to inspire the UVa Neurologist towards a successful career of their choosing, whether as clinician, scientist, and/or educator, and encourage them to practice by the ideals of our program inspiring future generations to come.