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Dear Child Neurology Applicant,

Welcome to the Child Neurology Residency at the University of Colorado. We’re thrilled that you’re considering our program and hope you find the answers to your questions about the program on these next few pages. If not, please reach out to any member of our education team (contact information below).

Here in Colorado, you’ll find a training program that provides exposure to a wide breadth of child neurology while emphasizing resident wellness and an individualized training experience. Our graduates go on to do an even mix of additional sub-specialty training, general child neurology, academic, and private practice across the country. Our program will truly allow you to become whatever type of child neurologist you wish to be.

We take four residents per year into our categorical program, meaning you complete all five years of training (pediatrics and child neurology) here at the University of Colorado.

We’re looking for residents with a strong track-record of excellence in their medical training who are great communicators, team-players, and want to help us continue to improve our training program year after year. We strive to have a diverse residency that mirrors our surrounding community. As the only free-standing children’s hospital in Colorado, this encompasses our large metro area of Denver as well as our seven-state catchment area in the Mountain West.

As a resident here, the majority of your training will take place at the Children’s Hospital Colorado, where you will be led by our large faculty of over 60 child neurologists with expertise in inpatient neurology, critical care, neuro-immunology, stroke, neuro-genetics, epilepsy, neuromuscular disease, neurocutaneous disorders, headache, and general child neurology, among others.

We also offer an optional 5-year longitudinal interest track system, allowing incoming residents to pick a specific area of interest including research, global health, community neurology, or medical education. Residents will spend at least four months over their training dedicated to this track, with didactic, clinical, and research components built-in as appropriate.

Thank you for considering our program. We look forward to the opportunity to meet you and learn more about your choice to pursue child neurology.


Jan Martin, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Section of Child Neurology
Program Director, Pediatric Neurology
Children’s Hospital Colorado
University of Colorado School of Medicine 

Education Team


Jan Martin, MD
Program Director

I'm originally from northern California (and forever a SF Giants fan) but have been in Colorado since 2011 for residency and now as faculty. I’m currently a neurohospitalist on our inpatient neurology service most of the time but am also passionate about improving medical education (which is why I love working in our residency program). When I’m not working, my husband, daughters, and I love to go hiking and cycling around Colorado. I grew up skiing and am trying to get my husband as excited about it as I am. My favorite meal of all time is brunch and, if you’re wondering, Snooze does it best. 

Jan Martin

John Binder, MD

Associate Program Director 


I am originally from Detroit, went to college at university of Michigan (Go Blue), attended medical school at Loyola, and completed my training at Children’s Hospital Colorado. I spent the first part of my career in the beautiful state of Montana and I am excited to be back in Colorado. I enjoy movie nights with my family, camping, skiing, golfing, biking, and grilling delicious meat.

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Krista Eschbach, MD

Associate Program Director 


I have mostly lived in Colorado since early childhood (except for one year in Australia). I love Colorado and all that it has to offer, including the outdoors, sunshine, and great people! I completed my training at the University of Colorado and Children’s Hospital Colorado and consider myself lucky to remain here as faculty. The Children’s Hospital Colorado is a great place to work, and I could not ask for more supportive, collaborative and dedicated colleagues. I am excited to be a part of the Education Team and really enjoy working with the residents! Outside of work, you can find me spending time with my husband and our two daughters. We enjoy everything about the Colorado outdoors including things close by our house, such as biking and kayaking, as well as going hiking and camping in the mountains. There are so many great things to do in Colorado that it is hard to pick our favorites.

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Laura Konopka, MST
Education Coordinator

I joined the team in 2019 bringing a background in Human Resources and Science Education. Coordinating the residency program is a natural blend of these two areas for me with the added benefit of no grading. After work you can frequently find me in local parks, breweries, museums, and the botanical gardens with my family. Someday soon my sons will be old enough for us to introduce them to the joys of skiing, and hiking in the Rocky Mountains!
Laura Konapka



Current Residents



​PGY 5 - 3rd year Child Neurology Residents​ ​



Elizabeth Ackley, MD

I grew up in Massachusetts and spent most of my life in the Northeast prior to residency. I went to Union College in upstate NY for undergrad and worked in the Dominican Republic and in Boston for a couple of years before going back to school. I completed medical school at Columbia in New York l and came out to Colorado for residency after being drawn to the mountains and the warm, welcoming culture of the residency program. In my free time I love to run, hike, bake and do watercolor illustrations.


Child Neurology Resident


Danyelle Evans, MD

I was born and raised in Austin, TX. I studied Art History and Hispanic Studies at Rice University in Houston, then completed medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. I fell in love with Child Neurology as a 4th year medical student and have never looked back! I chose to come to Colorado because the people in this program seemed genuinely happy with excellent mentorship (and also, because of the mountains!). In my free time I love to ​camp, hike with my dog, go out to local restaurants/breweries, and work in my garden. So far, I have been extremely impressed by the quality of this residency program, our program directors, and the breadth and depth of educational experiences. I love Colorado and am so happy I chose to train here!



Child Neurology Resident


Tiffany Pointon, MD 


I am proudly born and raised here in Colorado.  I attended medical school at the University of Colorado School of Medicine where I was lucky enough to spend time with some of the attendings and residents in the pediatric neurology program who ultimately sparked my passion for pediatric neurology.  I feel very bles​sed to now be working alongside those individuals and to be a part of the Child Neurology Program at Children’s Hospital Colorado.  In my spare time, you will find me hiking, camping or working out with my amazing husband.


Child Neurology Resident

PGY 4 - 2nd year Child Neurology Residents​ 

Megan Abbott, MD


I was born and grew up in Houston, Texas. I then attended Texas A&M for undergrad, before going to Baylor College of Medicine for medical school back in Houston. For residency it was time to explore something new! University of Colorado has been a great place to go through residency, I have gotten to pursue global health child neurology through the program (went to Guatemala in 2019) as well as see patients from all over the Western US. My main interest is providing child neurology care outreach to those who would not normally have access, and the program shares in this passion! Colorado has also been a great place for our family, my husband and I have loved the mountains and picking up our new favorite hobby, skiing! We also can't wait to welcome our first little one to this beautiful place we now call home, Eleanor Grace, in November 2020! Overall, we have been incredibly grateful to be in this supportive environment and I am looking forward to the rest of training. 

Child Neurology Resident

Emma Mazzi​o, MD 


I spent my entire life prior to residency in the Philadelphia area, growing in a Philly suburb and attending college and medical school in Philly. I went to Saint Joseph’s University for undergrad where I majored in biology, autism studies, and ran cross country and track. My time with children on the autism spectrum drew me to med school at Jefferson (now Sidney Kimmel Medical College). I found that my 4th year child neuro rotation offered a career encompassing everything I was hoping for – kids, longitudinal patient relationships, mixed inpatient and outpatient time, complex medical conditions and physiology, and a close-knit community of dedicated physicians. When it came time for the match, my husband and I were ready for an adventure outside of Philadelphia. In additional to a top tier pediatrics and neurology training, Colorado offered the best running trails, bike routes, and tucked away camping spots that allows me to truly rejuvenate when I am outside the hospital.  

Child Neurology Resident

Scott Rosenthal, MD


I’m from rural Pennsylvania. Upgraded slightly for college at Penn State and grabbed my Master’s in Kinesiology and Neuroscience while there.  I went south for medical school at Wake Forest in North Carolina, but Colorado’s relaxed atmosphere eventually pulled me in for residency. When not working, I’m either exploring the mountains with my wife and toddler, playing video games or doing gymnastics with the CU Boulder Club Team. 

Child Neurology Resident

Hannah Wellman, MD 


I grew up in Maryland but moved to Colorado in middle school and haven’t left since! I studied Molecular Biology at Colorado College, then went to University of Colorado Medical School. I fell in love with Child Neurology my very first year of medical school. This has always been my dream program, and I am so lucky to train here with my brilliant, warm, funny and down-to-earth co-residents! Outside of work I love spending time with my fiancé Dan and our goldendoodle Leroy on our little farm outside of Denver, heading to the mountains to hike or snowboard, and baking cupcakes and bread (with mixed results- but improving!)

Child Neurology Resident

PGY 3 - 1st year Child Neurology Residents


Katie Bond, DO 


I grew up in Northern Colorado enjoying all the wonderful outdoor activities including hiking, biking, and skiing. I first became interested in neurology in high school and have been very appreciative to all the mentors who fostered my curiosity and passion for it over the years to follow.  I studied Biology at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas and then returned to Colorado to attend medical school at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine.   At the beginning of medical school, I was accepted into the Military's medical school scholarship program. I, then, completed my pediatrics residency in Tulsa, OK at OSU.  Instead of going straight into Child neurology residency, I proudly served my country as an Active Duty Pediatrician for the Navy. Five years later, I am excited to be a part of University of Colorado's Child Neurology Program. It is truly a childhood dream come true.  The staff are incredible and supportive, love to teach and the environment truly fosters learning.  When I am not working I love spending time with my husband and my two boys. 


Michael Enriquez, MD 

My first career was as a soccer player in my early twenties, when I realized I wanted a different career I worked at a science museum for a few years and found my interest in science and medicine. This led me to earn a scholarship to study medicine in Cuba. When I came back I did 2 years of peds residency in Florida and decided that Child neuro was my true interest.

I was drawn CHCO for the work life balance, friendly program, and living in Colorado


Jerry Jewell, MD 


I am a military kid who calls Texas home and mostly grew up there with undergrad in Dallas and med school at UT Houston / McGovern. Neurology had always been an interest of mine, then when I worked as a costume performer at Sea World I loved playing with all the kids so pediatric neurology became my path. As someone who moved a lot in childhood I chose Colorado as a place that had a warm and home-like atmosphere for my 5 years of training. In my free time I love being outdoors in the mountains and parks around town, playing music, and traveling to visit my girlfriend in Philly.


Eileen Ser, MD 


I was born in Washington, DC and raised in its suburbs in Maryland. I attended undergrad at the University of Maryland (go Terps!), where as a biology major, my favorite course was called Diseases of the Nervous System. When I went to medical school at Penn State, I found that I loved both my pediatrics & neurology rotations and discovered child neurology. I chose Colorado for the mix of excellent pediatric & child neurology training, incredibly kind colleagues, and amazing outdoor recreational opportunities. My partner Tyler and I have embraced life in Colorado with open arms! We love camping, hiking, snowshoeing, biking around Denver, and skiing (when we are not at home watching Netflix or baking sourdough bread).
Ser,Eileen (171) 2019

​​PGY 2 - 2nd year Pediatrics Residents​ ​​ ​

Sarah Guistolisi, MD
Mollie Lesser, MD
Kelsey Patterson, MD, PhD
Amy Young, MD



PGY 1 - 1st year Pediatrics Residents​ ​​ ​​

Emily Eichner, MD
Erin Guth, MD
Anna Leigh McVicar, MD
Lucas Morgan, MD




Residents graduating from our program enjoy continued success in a variety of different areas, which include academic positions, continued educational advancement, and neurology practice. Child Neurology graduates are in high demand both in Colorado and around the country.


Mission Statement

Our residency program:

  • is dedicated to providing world class neurological pediatric care to our patients
  • will formally educate residents and facilitate scholarly investigations in the areas of basic science, clinical science, educational, and quality improvement research
  • will actively promote the personal and professional growth of the residents through mentorship, acknowledgement and promotion of work-life balance, and a supportive and challenging learning environment
  • will promote the health and well-being of residents throughout their training through innovative ideas
  • will provide multiple avenues for communication with the residency and department leadership and create a process for ongoing self-improvement as our program changes over time
  • will foster an environment dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion that extends to our patients, trainees, and faculty through recruitment, education, and mentorship


General Program Overview

Children's Hospital Colorado and the University of Colorado School of Medicine's Departments of Neurology and Pediatrics offer a five-year categorical residency in child neurology. We train 4 residents per year.

The goal of the program is to train physicians in child neurology and prepare them for careers in clinical or academic medicine. As a residency training program, the program curriculum is designed to meet two objectives: to independently and competently attend to the neurological disorders of childhood and to prepare residents to sit for board exams at the completion of the program. The Child Neurology Residency Program at the University of Colorado School of Medicine has been training pediatric neurology residents since the 1960s. Formal ACGME accreditation has been continuous since guidelines for this program were established in 1988.

To date, more than 50 residents have trained here since the program’s inception. All child neurology faculty are certified by the ABPN with special qualification in child neurology and have diverse interests and skills to provide the breadth of teaching necessary. See "Our Patients” tab for more details. The main office and the majority of clinical services are located at Children’s Hospital Colorado, in Aurora, Colorado.

We also provide clinical services through Children’s Hospital Colorado Network of Care centers in Broomfield, Denver, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Wheat Ridge, Parker, and Colorado Springs. Additional outreach locations include: Durango, Grand Junction, Alamosa, and internationally in Guatemala.

We train physicians to provide compassionate, high quality, evidence-based care to children with neurologic disorders within today’s healthcare environment while supporting resident wellness. Child Neurology graduates are in high demand, both in Colorado and around the country. Residents graduating from our program enjoy continued success in a variety of different areas, including academic positions, fellowship training programs, and private neurology practice. Furthermore, in the past 10+ years, we have a 100% pass rate for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Child Neurology board examination.


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Our program meets the requirements for categorical child neurology training as set by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), which are

  • 24 months of general pediatrics training

  • 12 months of adult clinical neurology

  • 12 months of child clinical neurology with a minimum of four months of outpatient experience

  • Participation in a resident longitudinal/continuity clinic at least one half day weekly

  • 12 months of elective and specialty training including: neuropathology, neuroradiology, neuro-ophthalmology, psychiatry, rehabilitation, neurological surgery, neurodevelopment, clinical research, and the basic sciences

We are committed to education and work-life balance. Our schedule is compliant with all ACGME duty hour regulations and allows our residents the personal time to spend with loved ones and enjoy the beauty of Colorado. Patient care responsibilities are meant to ensure a balance between patient care and education that achieves for the trainee an optimal educational experience consistent with the best medical care. Patient care responsibilities include inpatient, outpatient and consultation experiences.

We now offer a 5-year longitudinal track system that will allow our residents to specialize in a specific area. During the second year of training, our residents will pick a specific track that will allow them 4 months (1 month per year) to focus on training in their area of interest.

PGY 1&2
  • General Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital Colorado

  • longitudinal track experience in
  • 6 months: adult neurology inpatient ward service at University of Colorado Hospital (UCH), & Denver Health Medical Center (DH)
  • 2 months: adult neurology outpatient clinical adult neurology at UCH, VA, DH

  • 2 months: blended pediatric/adult electives in subspecialty areas of neurology including neurophysiology, neuromuscular and pathology.

  • 1 month: child neurology inpatient (primary and consult), ICU, & emergency consult services

  • 1 month: Child neurology elective

  • Continuity clinic in child neurology at CHCO; one-half day weekly

For more specific information regarding Adult Neurology training program, please visit the Adult Neurology website.

PGY 4​
  • 3- 4 months: child neurology inpatient (primary and consult services), ICU & emergency consult services
  • 3- 4 months: core electives in neurophysiology, neuroradiology, neuro-oncology

  • 2 months: rotating outpatient clinics in child neurology, genetics, rehabilitation, neuromuscular, development, psychiatry, metabolic disease

  • 1 month: blended pediatric/adult electives in pathology

  • 2-3 months: elective in research and/or clinical setting

  • Continuity clinic in child neurology at CHCO; one-half day weekly

  • 3 months: child neurology inpatient (primary and consult services), ICU & emergency consult services

  • 2 months: remaining core electives in neurophysiology, neuroradiology, neuro-oncology

  • 1 month: inpatient psychiatry (3 weeks) & medical risk management (1 week)

  • 2-3 months: rotating outpatient clinics in child neurology, genetics, rehabilitation, neuromuscular, development, psychiatry, metabolic disease

  • 1 month: adult neurology outpatient clinical adult neurology at UCH

  • 2-3 months: electives in research and/or clinical settings

  • Continuity clinic in child neurology at CHCO; one-half day weekly

Longitudinal Interest Tracks

We currently support four resident interest tracks that span our 5-year training program; research, medical education, global health, and community neurology;

Research Interest Track – this track is designed for residents with a strong basic science background and in interest in pursuing a career as a physician scientist. We support one resident per year to forgo eligibility for general pediatric board certification and complete six months of basic science research during their PGY2 year in lieu of traditional clinical pediatrics rotations. We will match you with a mentor during your PGY1 year and can support additional longitudinal research months in the PGY4-5 years as desired.

Medical Education – this track is designed for residents interested in becoming clinician educators or improving their education skills. Residents will participate in the Medical Educators track as organized by the Pediatrics residency program throughout their five years which includes courses, didactics, journal clubs, and small group sessions. They will also participate in an educational research project or curriculum development project under the mentorship of one of our education faculty within neurology and/or pediatrics

Global Health – this track is designed for residents interested in the practice of medicine and neurology internationally. Residents will participate in the Global Health track through the pediatrics residency program in their PGY1-2 years, including an intro to global health course and an international elective at our sister clinic in Guatemala. Additional international experiences in the PGY3-5 years might include educational or quality improvement rotations in Ethiopia or Tanzania. Residents will complete a scholarly project in global health.

Community Neurology – this track is designed for residents interested in practicing general outpatient neurology either in a private community or primarily clinical academic setting. This track will incorporate a scholarly project related to outpatient neurology as well as outreach experiences at many of our rural locations throughout Colorado, in addition to a didactic component dedicated to general outpatient management and practice.

Night Coverage

Our program currently uses a modified night float system that combines an on-site evening shift with at-home call. Residents in their PGY4 and PGY5 years rotate through our nights system, for a total of 5-6 weeks over the course of each year. 

Internat​ional Experie​nces​

Our program has an established relationship with Trifinio (FUNSALUD) clinic in Guatemala where our residents can participate in education and research in collaboration with our general pediatrics program and the local training hospital in Guatemala City.

Educational Conferences​ and Didactic​s


Noon - EEG Conference


7:30am - Neuroradiology Conference: with neurology, neurosurgery, and neuroradiology faculty and trainees


12-1pm - Neurology Department Grand Rounds


2-5pm - Neurology Residency Didactics Educational series


12:30pm - Child Neurology Lecture Series


12-1 pm- Case Conference,

Program Evaluati​on

Our residents are highly involved in decision-making processes. In our monthly resident meetings, we discuss all aspects on the program. An education committee comprised of the faculty and at least one of the child neurology residents meets bi-annually to review various aspects of the training program. In addition, we hold a yearly retreat and multiple off-site gatherings each year. More program details can be found online in our GME Program Handbook and Policy Manual Child Neurologyy. Additionally, information regarding the University of Colorado Graduate Medical Education Office, policies/procedures, and resident stipends/benefits can be found on the GME website. ​

The section of child neurology is nationally recognized for providing outstanding consultation, clinical care, and surgery for children and adolescents with neurological disorders. Our department is a leader in the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy, neuromuscular diseases, pediatric stroke, and genetic disorders affecting the nervous system. Children's Hospital Colorado has an eight state referral area which ensures an incredibly rich educational experience for our residents.

The section of child neurology currently has over 60 faculty members including: physicians, neuropsychologists, researchers, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. The section of child neurology treats approximately 14,000 patients per year on the inpatient services and in our outpatient clinics.

As a resident in our program you will have the opportunity to evaluate and treat patients in our outpatient clinics including:

Neurology ClinicsMultidisciplinary Clinics
· General Neurology Clinic
· Hospital Discharge Clinic
· Headache and Integrative · Headache Clinic
· Biofeedback
· Epilepsy Clinic
· Ketogenic Diet Clinic
· Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
· Non-Epileptic Spells Clinic
· Complex
·Neuropsychology Services
· 22Q Deletion Clinic

· Accidental Brain Injury Clinic (with rehab, PT/OT/ST, social work, and school support services)

· CMT Clinic

· Epilepsy Surgery Clinic (Neurosurgery, Neuropsychology)
· Neuro-immunology Clinic
· Neurogenetic Clinic (with genetic counselors and genetics)
· Neuromuscular Clinic (with rehab, pulmonology, nutrition)
· Neurofibromatosis (with neuro-oncology)
· Non-Accidental Brain Injury Care Clinic (with Rehab, PT/OT/ST, child protection team, social work, neuropsychology)
· Rett Clinic
· Stroke Clinic (with Rehab, neurosurgery, hematology)
· Neonatal Clinic
· Tuberous Sclerosis Clinic (with cardiology, nephrology)

Rural Clinical Experienc​es

Our team regularly travels to locations throughout the Rocky Mountain Region giving patients access to specialty care in more remote locations. Residents participate in at least one outreach clinic trip in each of their PGY 4 and 5 years.​

Applications are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service, and we participate in the National Residency Match Program.

Application Process

When applying to the University of Colorado Child Neurology Residency Program, please consider the following requirements:

  • We only accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS).
  • Please do not mail, e-mail, or fax any applications
  • We welcome applications from Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine and International Medical Graduates

We are a categorical program and currently offer four categorical positions with pediatrics. All applicants must apply directly on ERAS to only the University of Colorado Child Neurology program and submit the requirements as specified below. A separate pediatrics application is not required.

  • Your ERAS application must include the following minimum requirements:
      • CV
      • Dean's Letter or MSPE
      • Medical School Transcript
      • Personal Statement
      • Three (3) Letters of Recommendation
      • United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step I Scores
  • Typically, our successful applicants have USMLE scores greater than the 90th percentile and outstanding letters of recommendation from pediatricians and child neurologists. Please review the Selection Criteria.
  • Deadlines: The ERAS application opens up on September 29 and our deadline is November 1. New or incomplete application materials received after this date may not be reviewed.
  • If you match with our program, you will spend 2 years as a pediatric resident at the University of Colorado before moving to the child neurology residency program in PGY3.

Interview Day

Once selected to interview you will work with Laura Konopka, program coordinator, to schedule your child neurology and pediatrics interview. Both programs will use Thalamus for the interview scheduling process. All interviews will be conducted virtually for the 2021-2022 recruitment season. 

Candidates with MD/PhD degrees will also meet with research faculty during their interview day.

There will be a virtual social event at the end of your interview day to provide all applicants a chance to interact with current residents.

A final agenda will be sent to you with interview/social logistics prior to your interview date.

Salary and Benefits

The University of Colorado offers salary and benefits packages that are competitive with other fellowship programs across the country. View current salary levels.


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Contact Us

Please address any application questions to:
Laura Konopka
Education Coordinator for the Department of Child Neurology
Children's Hospital Colorado
Child Neurology Residency
13123 East 16th Avenue, B-155
Aurora, Colorado 80045
Tel: (720) 777-0595 Email Laura

Adam Finney
Education Coordinator for the Department of Child Neurology
Children's Hospital Colorado
Child Neurology Fellowships
13123 East 16th Avenue, B-155
Aurora, Colorado 80045
Tel: (720) 777-2704
Email Adam

Diversity / Equity / Inclusion


We are committed to creating a diverse environment for students, residents, fellows, and faculty. We believe that an environment of inclusiveness and respect promotes excellence and that a setting where diversity is valued leads to the training of physicians who are prepared to practice culturally effective medicine and meet the needs of the various populations we serve. Visit our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in PEM page for more.