Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship
The Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship is an ACGME accredited program, requiring a 1 or 2 year commitment. Candidates must be Board Certified or Board Eligible radiologists. Candidates for Fellowship are selected through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). You can get additional information about the match and registration from their website.
Our program is designed to be a well-balanced academic training program that encompasses all of the basic and advanced, clinical and research areas, of both adult and pediatric neuroradiology. The overall goals of this Fellowship are two-fold: to produce neuroradiologists with the highest level of clinical expertise, and to produce the future leaders in academic neuroradiology. To meet these goals, fellows participate in clinical, research, and educational aspects of neuroradiology.
During the course of the Fellowship, neuroradiology fellows will be exposed to all imaging modalities used to evaluate neurologic disease, including CT, MR, myelography, angiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine and radiographic studies. Interventional neuroradiologic procedures are also performed at state-of-the-art levels at OHSU, and neuroradiology fellows will actively participate in these procedures.
Fellows will also gain experience in diverse neurology, neurosurgery, ENT and neuro-ophthalmology programs, including centers in stroke, epilepsy, and Alzheimer's disease combined with an outstanding research experience. Collaboration with the clinical and research neuroscience services at OHSU, as well as the neuroscience division of the Oregon Regional Primate Center, and an experienced group of MR physics and image analysis personnel, provide fellows with a unique opportunity for training in academic neuroradiology at the highest level.
OHSU sees a wide range of both common and uncommon clinical neurological and neurosurgical diseases in both the adult and pediatric populations. The advanced MR and CT capabilities, excellent support from MR and radiology physicists, CT and MRI technologists, and appropriately trained nurses provide a well-balanced academic training program in diagnostic neuroradiology.