• Welcome

    Little boy with babyThank you for your interest in the Child Neurology Residency Program offered by the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. Our three-year accredited program will provide you with exposure to a wide range of clinical problems of varied complexity as well as in-depth experience in continuity of care for children with neurological disorders. In addition to hands-on clinical experience, the trainee receives extensive instruction in the form of didactic lectures, covering all areas of clinical neurology and basic neuroscience. Our department provides an environment that fosters not only intellectual curiosity and collaboration but also a commitment to teaching, research and patient care.

  • Why Iowa?

    Children's Hospital View from Kinnick

    Our first-rate pediatric physician practice will expose you to the widest range of patients and learning situations. Our community will provide a high quality of living. And you'll find a salary and benefit package that competes favorably with accredited programs in an academic medical setting.

    Our Facilities
    UI Children's Hospital is the region's largest children's hospital.
    Our Graduates
    We're proud of the opportunities our residency graduates step into based on their preparation.
    Iowa City, Iowa
    Few cities can match our opportunities for living, learning, and recreation.
    Our pay and care benefits make us a favorite choice among prospective residents.

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  • Contact Us
    Dan Bonthius, MD, PhD

    Dan Bonthius, MD, PhD
    Child Neurology Residency Director
    Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology

    Meghan Lawler

    Meghan Lawler
    Child Neurology Residency Coordinator
    Department of Pediatrics - 2501 A JCP
    University of Iowa Children’s Hospital
    200 Hawkins Drive
    Iowa City, IA 52242
    Phone: 319-384-6825
    Fax: 319-356-4855
    Email: meghan-lawler@uiowa.edu

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