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Department of Neurology


We are committed to ending neurological disease through specialized patient care, innovative research, and the education of tomorrow's physicians. Our department provides comprehensive primary and tertiary neurologic care, as well as neurologic consultation for patients who may return home and patients who must stay overnight.

Message from our Department Chair


Neurology entered this century with never-before-seen advances in understanding the normal functions of the brain and its diseases. The discovery of mutations in disease genes, the use of novel imaging methods, and the development of new drugs and their evaluation in clinical trials have all led to breakthroughs in the treatment of neurological diseases.

Stefan M. Pulst, MD
    Department Chair


Stefan Pulst

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Next Session

Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m. MT

Upcoming Presentation: July 17, 2024

Please join us this week for M&M. Please note that M&M is closed to the general public, and only the following are authorized to attend:

  • Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Radiology faculty, residents, and fellows
  • Medical Students currently participating in the Neurology Clerkship
  • Clinical Care Providers working at Neurology/Neurosurgery inpatient units and outpatient clinics
  • Clinicians who have direct knowledge about matters under review
  • Representatives from General Counsel, Risk Management, and Hospital Ethics Committee
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Headache School

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July Schedule

Next session: June 9th

"How Do Medical Professionals and AI Think about TAC Headaches?" by Lauren Silla, PGY4 Neurology Resident at the University of Utah

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