Additional Educational Programs
The Brief Research in Aging and Interdisciplinary Neurosciences program, led by world renowned clinician-scientists is a brief but intensive mentored summer research training.
The Department of Neurology invites medical students who intend to pursue a career in neurology to apply for the Diversity in Neurology Visiting Medical Students Program.
The STAR U Program is a training program designed to encourage students from diverse and underrepresented communities to pursue further studies and careers in aging & neuroscience related research.
Month-long electives are available to qualified, active medical students, and are given on a first come, first served basis, coordinated through the office of student affairs to other universities.
Columbia benefits from the presence of many visitors who come to the University for limited periods of time to participate in its research programs.
Visiting Resident and Fellow Electives are for the post-graduate house staff in a Residency or Fellowship Program who wish to observe in the Department of Neurology.