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We also collaborate with colleagues in the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research (CMRR), the Institute of Human Genetics, the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health (School of Public Health), the Brain Sciences Center and Geriatric Research and Education Clinical Center (GRECC) at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center, and the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, a public-private partnership at the UMN created to accelerate teamwork and collaboration among health professionals to incubate ideas, define the field and guide program development and research in five core domains: leadership development; collaborative practice and health system transformation; education and training; research and scholarship; and innovative models for public outreach and education.

We are an engaged and dedicated team of faculty, and as you decide where to continue your medical training, strongly consider our residency program.

He demonstrates how to find relevant literature at the point of care and helps the neurology team provide the highest quality of evidence-based patient care.

Jonathan has been a great resource to our trainees in other venues as well and has also worked with our residents in creating e-books and survival guides.

Residents can bring up any issues or concerns that have arisen, and topics are discussed with the goal of being resolved or improved.

Site directors and other key faculty are invited as needed based on the agenda.

It refers to a four hour time block on Friday afternoons that is dedicated to resident learning.

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It is my privilege to welcome you to the University of Minnesota Department of Neurology. The University of Minnesota has a long and storied tradition of neurological education dating back to the creation of the independent department of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1946 under the direction of renowned educator A. Baker, who served as the first president of the AAN in 1948.

We are excited about our future and hope you join us for the journey.

As a graduate myself of the University of Minnesota Neurology Residency (2010), I am honored to be taking over leadership of the residency program.


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