The Cognitive and Memory Disorders Division provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and excellent care to patients, educates residents and medical students, and conducts clinical and basic research.
Our physicians and researchers are leaders in epilepsy drug research, electroencephalography (EEG) evaluation, brain mapping methods, and operative EEG techniques. The National Association of Epilepsy Centers has designated UT Southwestern as a Level 4 Epilepsy Center—the highest level a center can earn.
The Movement Disorders Division provides state-of-the-art treatment for Parkinson disease and other involuntary movement disorders, educates residents and community physicians, and has an active clinical research program.
The mission of the Multiple Sclerosis-Neuroimmunology program is to provide exceptional care for patients, accelerate clinical and basic science research, and educate current and future care practitioners.
The Neurocritical Care program provides multidisciplinary intensive care for critically ill neurological patients at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
The Neuromuscular Disorders program is made up of highly active faculty members who are involved in a strong clinical service and multiple research projects.
The Neurotrauma Division seeks to learn more about traumatic brain injuries with the goal of improving the outcome and quality of life for people who have had brain injuries.
The Division of Pediatric Neurology has a strong commitment to patient care, teaching and research. A high priority for the division is to train future pediatric neurologists to help reduce a severe national shortage.
Our physicians provide consultation and ongoing care for the full range of sleep disorders at our neurology clinics and the UTSW Clinical Center for Sleep and Breathing Disorders (CCSBD). The Center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine as a comprehensive sleep center.
Neurologists throughout Texas and the region refer their most complex stroke cases to the Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease program at UT Southwestern.