The neurology resident treats patients in several different settings that include the Neurological and Adult Clinic (NOA) at the University of Delaware as well as acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient neurologic settings at Johns Hopkins. The resident will receive mentored clinical practice in the evaluation and treatment of the complex neurologic patient in these settings as well as structured learning opportunities with physicians during surgeries and office visits. These will include areas such as vestibular, ALS, multiple sclerosis, stroke, neurologic spine, and NPH. The resident will also attend applicable lectures with Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Medical residents and Neuropsychology residents at Johns Hopkins and University of Delaware. Additionally, the residency will provide opportunities for the supervision of DPT students (2:1 CI model) and teaching opportunities within the University of Delaware DPT program such as organizing NOA journal clubs, assisting with Neurophysiologic Evaluation and Treatment, and presentations at Grand Rounds.