Residency and Fellowship Programs

Adult Neurology Residency Program



Resident Spotlight

Elizabeth Brew - LSU Department of Neurology Adult Residency
I originally fell in love with the Neurology programs at LSU because of the residents I met during medical school. They are all amazing and kind people with a huge passion for neuro
- Elizabeth Brew, MD, PGY-2

Resident Spotlight


Mina Baskharoun - LSU Department of Neurology Adult Residency
Patients' populations are unique with vast pathology, training with different health systems. Friendly atmosphere on the department of neurology. Everybody will go above and beyond to help

Mina Baskharoun, MD, PGY-2

Diversity & Inclusion


At LSUHSC, we are taking steps to transform the institution into a culture where racial bias and inequity has no place. Diversity among leadership, faculty, staff and learners enriches the educational experience for all learners and enables us to better address healthcare inequities and cultural competency in clinical care. The diverse community and patient population that LSUHSC serves fosters trainees' understanding and effective delivery of care to individuals of diverse backgrounds, which is integral to the institution's academic mission. As an inclusive community, LSUHSC embraces the full range of human difference: race, gender, ethnicity, age, culture, national origins, religious belief, physical ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic class, and political convictions.

To demonstrate LSU's commitment to diversity and inclusion as core institutional values, a Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion will be charged with promoting inclusion and diversity in research, education, patient care and community service by creating programs for successful recruitment of retention of faculty, staff and students from diverse and under-represented communities.

Specifically, the School of Medicine's Office of Diversity and Community Engagement has started a series to develop awareness, literacy and acknowledgement of the structural frameworks which intersect in the space of race, health care inequities, and disparities.

LSUHSC New Orleans welcomes, needs and celebrates its diverse voices. Our training program is our present and future, and serves a beautifully diverse community. We are committed to an inclusive, vibrant training experience, and to learning how to care more completely for each other and our patients.