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Neurocritical Care and Emergency Neurology

The Yale Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit aims to provide the most sophisticated, empathic care possible to critically ill patients with nervous system injuries. Our goal is to bring together considerable breadth and depth in humanism and in science, across diverse areas of expertise, to be the premier neuroscience intensive care unit in the world. We constantly work towards this goal by adhering to the following values:

  • Honesty, respect, support, and open communication from and amongst our multidisciplinary team
  • Highest standards of patient safety and patient/family-centered care
  • Compassion and kindness in all our interactions
  • Environment which fosters the growth and development of our trainees so that they are ready to become tomorrow’s leaders in the clinical neurosciences
  • Relentless pursuit of scientific advances that directly improve the lives of our patients

3 Critical Breakthroughs in Stroke Research

Discover innovative advances in stroke research at Yale from Drs. Kevin Sheth, Lauren Sansing, Joe Schindler, and Nils Petersen.

Contact Us

Cathy Corso, Senior Administrative Assistant and Fellowship Coordinator
(203) 737-8051
cathy.corso@yale.edu

Patricia McDonnell, Senior Administrative Assistant
(203) 785-7171
patricia.mcdonnell@yale.edu