Dr. Browner is the Department of Neurology’s vice chair for education and the director of the Adult Neurology Residency Program.
The American Academy of Neurology believes that “excellent teachers deserve recognition for their contributions to improving neurology now and in the future. Teaching binds students, residents, faculty, other clinicians, researchers, and patients together and helps make our daily work more meaningful.”
Founded in 1948, the AAN represents more than 36,000 members and is dedicated to promoting the highest quality patient-centered care and enhancing member career satisfaction.
Congratulations to Dr. Browner on this acknowledgement of her significant contributions to neurology education.