There are five different month-long sub-internships available for medical student rotators in the Department of Neurology, available on a first-come-first-served basis. These five sub-Internships are located at various UCSF Medical Center campuses - the Child Neurology Service (Mission Bay), the Advanced Neurocritical Care Service (Parnassus), the Neurology Inpatient Service Ward/Consult (Parnassus), and the Clinical Behavioral Neurology (Mission Bay). The fifth option is the Neurology Consultation Service at San Francisco General Hospital, which is usually reserved for UCSF medical students, but visiting students with a special interest in underserved populations may be considered. All six services are quite busy, providing excellent opportunities to expand your neurological knowledge and clinical skills while getting invaluable exposure to our Department.

For information on a visiting subinternship rotation at UCSF, please visit the School of Medicine Electives website for details.

Financial support is also available through the Visiting Elective Scholarship Program. This program was established to encourage fourth year medical students who are underrepresented in medicine (UIM) or are interested in working and conducting research with diverse populations to apply for a clinical elective rotation at UCSF. Each scholarship is $2000, will be reimbursed at the end of the rotation, and can cover visiting elective fees, transportation and lodging fees if approved.


Education Coordinator
Monica Gee
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