Residency Program Graduates

Class of 2021

  • Stanford University - Sleep Medicine Fellowship
  • UC Davis Health - Movement Disorders Fellowship
  • UC San Diego - Vascular Neurology Fellowship
  • University of Texas - Neuroimmunology Fellowship
  • Clinical Practice - Neurohospitalist
Class of 2020
  • UC San Francisco - Neuromuscular Fellowship
  • UC Davis Health - Movement Disorders Fellowship, Private Practice
  • Mayo Clinic - Neurobehavior Fellowship, Research Fellow Mayo Clinic
  • Clinical Practice - Neurohospitalist

Class of 2019

  • Oregon Health Sciences University - Neuroimmunology Fellowship, Assistant Professor UC Davis Health
  • UC San Francisco - Neurobehavioral Fellowship, Research Fellow UC San Francisco
  • UC Los Angeles - Neuromuscular Fellowship, Sutter Health  
  • Stanford University - Neurocritical Care Fellowship, John Muir Health
  • Clinical Practice - General Neurology, UC Davis Vascular Fellowship
Class of 2018
  • Mount Sinai - Headache Fellowship, Trinity Health of New England Medicine
  • UC Los Angeles - Vascular Neurology, Kaiser Permanente
  • Oregon Health Sciences University - Geriatric Neurology, Assistant Professor UC Davis Health
  • Columbia University - Neuro-oncology, Assistant Professor Columbia University
  • Clinical Practice - General Neurology Neurology
    Class of 2017
    • University Southern California - Multiple Sclerosis, Assistant Professor UC Davis Health
    • Northwestern University - Neurocritical Care, Assistant Professor Wake Forest University
    • UC Davis - Epilepsy Fellowship, Assistant Professor UC Davis Health
    • UC San Diego - Movement Disorders Fellowship, Case Western - Neurophysiology Fellowship, Touro University Medical Group
    Class of 2016
    • Stanford University - Headache Fellowship, Washington University - Pain Fellowship, Assistant Professor at UC Davis Health
    • Stanford University - Headache Fellowship, Stanford University - Research Fellowship, Assistant Professor at UC Davis Health
    • Stanford University - Epilepsy Fellowship, Assistant Professor at Stanford University
    • University of Washington - Neuromuscular Fellowship, Kaiser Permanente
    • Barrow Institute - Movement Disorders, Private Practice
    • Washington University (St. Louis) - Vascular Neurology, Assistant Professor at Washington University (St. Louis)

    Alumni Reflections

    Dr. Swor profile photo

    "I truly enjoyed my time in residency. The training at UC Davis allowed me to develop a diverse and solid foundation in neurology all while providing the support and mentorship to tailor my educational interests. Beyond preparing me well for my career, it also gave me some of my dearest friends."

    Dionne Swor, D.O.
    Assistant Professor
    Neurocritical Care
    Wake Forest University

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    "I'm very happy I was able to train at UCD, it gave me a solid foundation to start my career. Moving across the country for residency was hard, but I found a family there."

    Gabriel Moreno, M.D.
    Assistant Professor
    Movement Disorders and Neurophysiology
    Touro University Medical Group – Stockton

    Dr. Holder profile photo

    "My time and training at UC Davis were fantastic.  Sacramento is a beautiful city where you can spend your weekends hiking in the mountains or visiting the coast.  The faculty were stellar educators and approachable mentors.  The patient exposure and education I received were excellent preparation for my career as a neurologist. "

    Derek Holder, M.D., M.S.
    Assistant Professor
    Vascular Neurologist
    Washington University School of Medicine

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    “I owe a lot of who I am today to my neurology training at UC Davis.  It was a wonderful experience with a supportive educational environment, diverse patients and caseloads, plenty of scholarly opportunities, and great camaraderie amongst residents.”

    Peter Pan, M.D.
    Assistant Professor
    Neuro-oncologist
    Columbia University

    Dr. Luthra profile photo

    “The UC Davis neurology residency program provided me with a comprehensive training in neurology, the chance to explore various subspecialities in outpatient setting, and most of all, amazing mentorship from senior residents and faculty.  I always felt that the department genuinely cared about my professional development and took a vested interest in my success. After graduating residency, I went on to pursue a movement disorders fellowship at UCSF and have stayed on as faculty engaged in patient care and clinical trials research at UCSF and San Francisco VA Medical Center. I am forever grateful to UC Davis for preparing me so well for this role!”

    Nijee Luthra, M.D., Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor
    Movement Disorders
    University of California, San Francisco