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The best care, education and research for neurologic health

The University of Missouri Department of Neurology provides excellent patient care, education and research through its outstanding clinical and academic programs. The department's physicians and scientists are among the world's experts in treating and studying a variety of neurological diseases and disorders that affect adults and children.

Patients receive comprehensive and multidisciplinary care in such areas as epilepsy, sleep disorders, clinical neurophysiology, neuromuscular diseases, stroke and cerebrovascular diseases, movement disorders and multiple sclerosis. In addition, MU neurologists have expertise in various subspecialty areas, including neuropsychiatry, neuro-ophthalmology, neuropathology, neuro-rehab and pain medicine. The department's facilities include state-of-the-art clinical neurophysiology labs and a fully accredited Sleep Disorders Center.

The department's academic programs educate students, residents and fellows in clinical neurology and neuroscience. Students and physicians in training also join faculty members in conducting research, often in partnership with some of the many other scientists throughout the University of Missouri.

In summary, the MU Department of Neurology is committed to providing the best care to patients, the best educational opportunities for trainees at all levels, and the best science for saving and improving lives.


University of Missouri Department of Neurology
Columbia, MO 65212
Phone: (573) 882-1515
For Non-patient inquiries: (573) 882-8668

Pradeep K. Sahota, MD, FAAN, FAASM, FAES
Chair of Neurology
Tel: (573) 882-3135
SahotaP@health.missouri.edu

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