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Child and Adolescent Neurology Residency (Minnesota)

Graduate Outcomes

The three-year Child and Adolescent Neurology Residency at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota

Our graduates often move on either to their top choice of fellowship or directly to attending positions in private practice or academic settings.

Here’s what a few of our graduates have to say about their experience in the program.

Alex Cohen, M.D.

Alex Cohen, M.D.

2016 program graduate

“I have many fond memories of Mayo, but what stands out the most is how respected Pediatric Neurology residents are within the Mayo Pediatric Neurology practice and how we were treated as junior colleagues: sharing patients with consultants, running the in-patient service, giving noon lectures to the division, and even designing a Purple Emu service logo for the monitoring unit (the P-EMU)."

Fellowship: Pediatric Behavioral Neurology, Boston Children’s Hospital

Position: Instructor of Neurology at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Conor Ryan, M.D.

Conor Ryan, M.D.

2018 program graduate

"I have many fond memories from my time in this program! Lots of fun at work and outside of work with friends from pediatrics and adult neurology. Hiking and biking in and around the area, and some fun day trips to state parks and the Twin Cities. Lots of fun at restaurants, trivia nights, movies, and Saturday morning golf. And of course I have many fond memories of learning neurology from the best educators in the world, from tackling tough cases in the EMG lab to nerding out at Case-of-the-Week."

Fellowship: Clinical Neurophysiology-EMG, Mayo Clinic

Position: Clinical Child Neurology, Noran Neurological Clinic, Minneapolis, MN

Anna Mreshlavilli, M.D.

Anna Mreshlavilli, M.D.

2015 program graduate

“My fondest memories from my time in the program include getting to work with people that became close and dear friends, grabbing a quick lunch on Thursdays downtown, or having a coffee date at Caribou Coffee across from Saint Marys Hospital. And can’t forget the ALS ice bucket challenge (even after being acclimated to the winters in Minnesota).”

Fellowship: UCSF neonatal neurology

Anthony Fine, M.D.

Anthony Fine, M.D.

2017 program graduate

“We have a great Child Neurology Division with a wide variety of subspecialty expertise.”

Fellowship: Mayo Clinic

Position: Neurologist, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Mayo Clinic

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