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Didactic Overview: 

The Department of Neurology at UTMB has a comprehensive didactic curriculum aimed to enhance resident’s knowledge in management of neurological diseases. With daily morning reports and noon-lectures; paired with monthly multi-subspecialty conferences, Mortality &Morbidity meetings and journal clubs, residents at UTMB have exposure to a wide assortment of conferences and lectures.&

The best facet of the didactic program and a favorite among the residents are the daily Morning reports conducted by our chairman Dr. Bhardwaj and attended by all residents and faculty members. The night float on-call resident presents overnight cases which are dissected, and residents are taught to “think like a neurologist”. Discussions are raised on neuro-localization, differential diagnosis, pathophysiology, and management of selected neurologic conditions.

Conferences and Lectures: 

Anish Bhardwaj Visiting Professorship: Biannually UTMB neurology hosts a distinguished faculty of international standing at UTMB to speak and interact with the residents and faculty at UTMB Neurology. There is a dinner, conference, live patient rounds, and then lunch with residents and faculty. Please view this link to see a list of former speakers, and pictures. Anish Bhardwaj, M.D. Visiting Professorship in Neurology







7:30 am – 8:30 am

Morning report

Morning Report

M&M Conference: monthly

Journal club: monthly

Neurology and Neurosurgery Grand Rounds

Morning report

Morning Report

10:00 am – 11:00 am


Neuroendovascularconference: Bimonthly

Epilepsy Surgery conference: monthly


11:00 am – 12:00 pm


Neuroradiology conference


12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Subspecialty Noon Conference

Monthly Neuromuscular Conference

Subspecialty Noon Conference


Brain dissection pathology sessions

Quarterly Resident wellness sessions



Subspecialty Noon Conference


NCCU/Stroke Lecture series