Facilities & Resources

With more than 860 beds, the medical center offers an exceptional breadth and depth of clinical experience. Cedars-Sinai has ample educational resources and infrastructure to support its more than 350 house staff and serves as a major teaching hospital.


All neurology trainees are housed in the new LEED Gold-certified, 11-story, 820,000-square-foot Pavilion. The sixth floor is dedicated to neurosciences—it includes faculty and trainee offices as well as the neurosciences clinic. All neurology residents have access to workstations, conference rooms and meeting spaces for daily rounds and conferences.


Saperstein, home to the Neuroscience Critical Care Unit, is Cedars-Sinai's 250,000-square-foot, 150-bed intensive care building. The recently expanded 24-bed Neuroscience Critical Care Unit on the building's eighth floor is one of the largest in the nation, and is a shared resource of the Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery.

California Rehabilitation Institute

Well-developed affiliated services include the California Rehabilitation Institute, offering 138 beds and all private rooms, and extensive services in physical and occupational therapy, speech-language pathology and neuropsychology.

Research Facilities

Cedars-Sinai provides a rich environment for exposure to scholarly activities with one of the largest and most advanced clinical research facilities of any private hospital in the nation. The Burns and Allen Research Institute includes more than 270,000 square feet of laboratory and laboratory support space, including the seven-story, 216,000-square-foot Barbara and Marvin Davis Research Building, which is adjacent to the main hospital. The Pavilion includes two full floors of research space, including the Board of Governors Regenerative Medicine Institute, as well as office and clinical spaces.

Imaging Facilities

Biomarkers and Precision Medicine

Cedars-Sinai Precision Biomarker Laboratories is a proteomic biomarker discovery, development and commercialization services provider that aims to leverage proteomics to help realize the potential of precision medicine.


The program sponsors membership fees for national neurology or neurobehavior-specific organizations as well as a book allowance for educational materials.

Neurobehavior toolbox: The neurobehavior education toolbox provides fellows access to a library of online educational resources including relevant peer-reviewed papers, neurobehavior tools and assessments, and other pertinent department information.

Have Questions or Need Help?

Contact us if you have questions or would like to learn more about the Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship at Cedars-Sinai.

127 S. San Vicente Blvd., Suite A6600
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Neurosciences Education Office