How to Apply:

Interested applicants can apply by going to the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) to fill out an application.  We also participate in NRMP's Vascular Neurology Match.  The deadline to register for NRMP is February 1st.  


Acceptance to the program is contingent upon completion of an ACGME accredited neurology residency training program. 

Applicants must have a California medical license prior to starting their fellowship training. Eligibility criteria is available on the Medical Board of California website.

UCLA GME Appointment/Reappointment Policy

Other Resources:


A wide range of housing choices are available within a short commute. Residents are eligible to apply for university-sponsored housing, which includes options for married residents and those with children. All residents receive a $1000/month housing stipend above salary.

Local Neighborhoods

A few of the more popular neighborhoods that residents have chosen include Westwood, West LA, Santa Monica, Mar Vista, Culver City, Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. However residents have also chosen to live further away, including in the San Fernando Valley and the South Bay.

Other Resources

If you have further questions about how to apply, please contact:

David S Liebeskind, MD, FAAN, FAHA, FANA, FSVIN, FWSO
Director, UCLA Vascular Neurology Fellowship Program
Director, Neurovascular Imaging Research Core
Director, UCLA Comprehensive Stroke Center
[email protected]