The Student Interest Ground in Neurology (SIGN) exists to promote neurology education to the student body, help students develop an interest in neurology, help students match into a residency program in neurology, and to promote participation in community service pertaining to neurology. SIGN is funded by the American Academy of Neurology and the Medical Student Council. SIGN holds monthly to bimonthly lunchtime lectures pertaining to potential career choices in neurology, pre- and post-match panels with residents, recent areas of research in neurology at IU, and clinical neurology cases. SIGN also has developed a list of scholarships and opportunities for summer research in neurology.
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Last Updated: June 1, 2013