Mission Statement: The Division of Neurology is committed to the priorities of preparing future physician leaders, contributing to our communities and improving the neurological health of individuals and populations locally and globally through the discovery, application and communication of knowledge of diseases and the nervous system. 

The Division of Neurology is a vibrant community of neurologists, numbering approximately 71 full-time members across the University of Toronto. We consist of many diverse and exciting subspecialties including movement disorders, epilepsy, neuromuscular disease, stroke, multiple sclerosis, behavioural neurology, sleep, headache, general neurology, neuro-ophthalmology and neuro-oncology.  With this breadth of expertise, we are proud to be able to provide outstanding care, research, and training opportunities in any subspecialty in the field.

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Education Programs

Learning opportunities within Neurology are unique and, as a result, the Division boasts one of the largest residency training programs in the country.

Clinical Programs

The Division of Neurology at the University of Toronto is one of the largest and most comprehensive neurological practices in Canada.

Neurology Research

Our faculty members conduct a wide range of research from basic molecular and genetic studies, animal models of diseases, drug discovery, human physiological and imaging studies, clinical trials to clinical epidemiology and health services research.

Neurology Fellowships

The Department of Medicine offers more than 100 fellowships across our affiliated hospital sites. More than 10 of those fellowships are through the Division of Neurology.

Division Director

Meet the Divison Director for Neurology

Resident Resources

Where you’ll find everything from trainee schedules, manuals, learning resources and more.