We’re deeply committed to building a comprehensive network of mentors for you. This process begins early in the transitional year where you're given a faculty mentor and a resident mentor (from the PGY-2 class).
Faculty mentors meet with you biannually and help provide career-specific guidance. As you progress through your residency, you often gain additional mentors in you area of clinical and research interests.
Resident peer mentorship was created to promote close supportive relationships inside and out of work.
Career development lectures are available for all Mayo Clinic residents and fellows, with neurology-specific career lectures held several times each year. Resources for curriculum vitae crafting, writing research grants, and participating in a resident leadership program are available.