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About the Department


Medical and health sciences students at Ohio State Department of Neurology have unparalleled opportunities to learn from world-renowned faculty. rcThe Department of Neurology is part of one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country. Our wide range of nationally ranked, educational program offerings span the neurological medical healthcare and health-related fields. Making great strides in advancing our national rankings among the country’s top academic medical institutions, Ohio State is well positioned to prepare the next generation of physicians, scientists, and medical and healthcare professionals for achieving a new level of understanding, treatment and care related to personalized medicine and health care at all levels of learning. The Department of Neurology offers residency positions as well as fully accredited fellowships. The Fellowship Program is lead by Miriam Freimer, M.D. which provides accredited fellowships to graduating residents. The Residency Program is lead by Sheri Cotterman-Hart, M.D., Ph.D. which offers four residency positions. The Medical Education Program is lead by J. Chad Hoyle, M.D.


brtThe Ohio State University Department of Neurology has seen dramatic growth in its research programs in recent years, both in funding and in impact. Faculty in the Department of Neurology today hold more than $11 million in external research funding, all focused on finding the causes of disease and injury, their progression, optimum treatment and – wherever possible – their prevention. Our research expansion can be seen in the significant translational research programs under way in our major interdisciplinary centers, in individual schools and departments, and in the growing array of core facilities that support them. Our many innovative partnerships – with other ventures, industry, foundations and international research institutions – help advance the understanding of disease at the most basic level and yield new techniques and technologies to treat disease.


The Department of Neurology is part of one of the nation's leading academic medical centers, The Ohio State University Medical Center, which offers healthcare services in virtually every specialty and subspecialty in medicine. Patients come to us each month for treatments and pcservices they cannot find anywhere else. Our physicians diagnose and treat numerous neurological diseases. Providing you with access to healthcare and information is core to our research, education and patient care mission. Our network of physician specialists are distinguished for their clinical, research and teaching skills by the American Academy of Neurology and the American Neurological Association. With two clinic locations and a network of physician specialists, the Department of Neurology is central Ohio’s only academic medical center. This means we are constantly researching better ways to provide care and passing this knowledge on to students in medicine and other health professions. At the OSU Medical Center Department of Neurology, we're dedicated to creating the future of medicine to improve people's lives.