There are four residency openings per year. Applications may be submitted through ERAS. Interviews are held in December, by invitation only.
Upon successful completion of training, the resident is qualified to sit for the written boards given by the American Osteopathic Board of Neurology and Psychiatry (AOBNP) or the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN).
- AOBNP boards can be taken in the spring of the resident's third year, as long as the resident is in good standing, as determined by the Program Director
- upon completion of the written boards, an oral/practical exam is then offered by the AOBNP, leading to full board certification
Length of contract
Although the training program is for four years, contracts are given on a year-to-year basis, pending approval for renewal by the Program Director and Site Directors.
- monthly Neurology Resident Journal Club with attending neurologist
- bi-weekly didactics with attending neurologist at Beaumont, Farmington Hills
- bi-weekly grand rounds at Beaumont, Royal Oak
- monthly Neurology Resident Club meetings at Michigan State University
- yearly educational conference--stipend per Beaumont, upon approval of Program Director
- review course-3rd year, upon approval of Program Director
- resident-led Bradley’s Club