Department of Neurology


Welcome to the Department of Neurology at Case Western Reserve University. The Department of Neurology is integrated into the Neurological Institute at University Hospitals Case Medical Center.

The Case Department of Neurology includes approximately 60 full-time faculty based at six sites in Cleveland: University Hospitals - Case Medical Center, Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Ahuja Medical Center, Richmond Medical Center, Bedford Medical Center, St. John's Medical Center and Case Western Reserve School of Medicine.

Clinical consultations and laboratory services are also available in the surrounding community at the University Suburban Health Center in South Euclid, the Chagrin Highlands Health Center in Orange, the Westlake Health Center in Westlake, Ohio, and the Park East Medical Building in Beachwood.

Clinical areas of expertise include cerebrovascular disorders, critical care neurology, epilepsy, neuromuscular disorders, multiple sclerosis, movement disorders, autonomic disorders, myasthenia gravis, neuro-oncology, sleep, neuro-ophthalmology, and memory and aging disorders. Laboratory services include electroencephalopathy (EEG), video-EEG monitoring, nerve conduction studies and electromyography (EMG), neuromuscular ultrasound, single-fiber EMG, and autonomic testing.

The Department is also dedicated to teaching and research. We have a large neurology residency training program and offer several subspecialty fellowships. Most of our faculty are actively involved with either clinical and/or basic science research.

New: The Case Brain Health Collaborative in collaboration with University Hospitals Neurological Institute, Case Western Reserve University, and Neurological Institute at University Hospitals recently presented a Medical Symposium on memory loss entitled “From Neurodegeneration to Brain Health: An Integrated Approach." This symposium brought together the most distinguished brain scientists who explored the current biological, psychosocial and ecological aspects of memory loss disorders. Many of the presentations are available and can be viewed from this link.

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