Angela N. Crudele, MD
Dr. Crudele joined the faculty of Vanderbilt University Medical Center in 2019 as Assistant Professor of Neurology, specializing in epilepsy. In addition to her inpatient and outpatient care of patients with epilepsy, Dr. Crudele is active in the area of fellow education and participates in frequent teaching conferences and bedside teaching with trainees. She is the Associate Program Director for the Epilepsy Fellowship. She has multiple teaching roles throughout the Vanderbilt Medical School.
Dr. Crudele earned a BA in History in 2008 from Williams College in Williamstown, MA. She attended Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia, PA where she earned MD in 2013. She remained in Philadelphia where she completed an internship followed by Neurology residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. She served as chief resident in her final year of residency. She then completed two years of dedicated epilepsy fellowship training at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, OH. Her second year of training was focused on the surgical care of medically intractable epilepsy during which time she also served as chief fellow.