Department of Neurology

The Estelle and Daniel Maggin Department of Neurology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is built around the nation’s oldest Neurology Department with more than 100 years of history. Our neurology residency program is designed to provide residents with a broad base of knowledge in neuroscience, and the clinical abilities to recognize and treat the full spectrum of neurologic diseases. Our fellowship and internship opportunities give students the chance to specialize and find their ideal clinical, or research focus, with NIH funded research opportunities and excellent physician-instructor support.

  • The Mount Sinai Hospital was ranked #22 in the United States for Neurology in the 2013-2014 “Best Hospitals” issue of U.S. News and World Report
  • Our researchers receive more than $30 million annually in NIH research grants
  • Icahn School of Medicine ranks 19 out of 153 accredited medical schools nationwide, according to the 2015 U.S. News & World Report annual survey.

Message From the Chair

Stuart C. Sealfon, MD, is the Glickenhaus Professor and Chair, Department of Neurology; Director, Center for Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics; Director, Center for Translational Systems Biology; Professor, Neurobiology; and Professor, Pharmacology and Systems Therapeutics.   Read more

Fellowship Opportunities

We offer clinical fellowships in numerous areas, including headache, multiple schlerosis, neuro-AIDS and neuromuscular medicine.  Learn more

Contact Us

Tel: 212-241-7317

Department of Neurology
One Gustave L. Levy Place
Box 1137
New York, NY 10029

Neurology Residency Program

Current and past Neurology residents from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai discuss their experiences and talk about why they chose Mount Sinai and what sets it apart.

Neurology Research Residency Program

Recipient of NIH funding, Sam Horng, MD, PhD, and PGY3 resident, is studying the role of astrocytic mechanisms of lesion limitation relevant to multiple sclerosis (MS). Learn more about Dr. Horng’s work in the John Multiple Sclerosis Research Laboratory