Accepting Applications for: July 2024—June 2025
The goal of our Neuroradiology Fellowship program is to provide candidates the opportunity to expand their clinical and academic skills in neuroradiology to the level of junior faculty. We hope to create a training environment that is both rigorous and inspiring, with an emphasis on teamwork and shared commitment to excellence. It is our departmental goal to be state-of-the-art in Diagnostic and Interventional patient care, to achieve regional and national recognition in academics.
Length of Program
The candidate prerequisite training for entry into a diagnostic radiology subspecialty program should include the satisfactory completion of a diagnostic radiology residency accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC).
Other training pathways can and will be considered by the Program Director on a case-by-case basis. We seek the best quality candidates and recognize that they may come from a variety of backgrounds and training.
Four positions are available.
Applications and Appointment to Interview
- Starting December 2019 for the 2021-2022 academic year, we will start using the ERAS application system for American graduates applying through the match.
Candidates with foreign radiology residency training wishing to apply to the fellowship or other candidates applying off cycle or outside the match should prepare the following documents.
- Curriculum vitae
- Personal statement
- Copy of Medical Diploma and Internship Certificate
- Three Letters of Recommendation (one from your Residency Director or Head of Department – current employment)
- A copy of your Board Certification, if applicable
- A current passport-size photograph
The Fellowship provides experiences in all aspects of neuroradiology, including basic and functional magnetic resonance imaging, CT and CT angiography, multimodality perfusion imaging, MR spectroscopy, neuroangiography, pediatric imaging, spine intervention, and advanced image processing.
There is extensive interdisciplinary clinical and academic collaboration with working conferences in pediatric neurosurgery, neuro-oncology, head and neck oncology, pediatric neurology, vascular neurology, and ophthalmology. Fellows lead the team in consultation, preparation of conferences and coordination, and continuity of care.
Facilities include the Radiology departments at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (MH-TMC), a 600-bed tertiary care center with level I trauma; MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Texas Children’s Hospital. These institutions are the primary teaching hospitals for McGovern Medical School. There are dedicated faculty members in the Neuroradiology sections, all of whom are fellowship trained and have extensive skills and experience in their subspecialty areas. The facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.
Program Expectations and Reference Materials
Example of Neuroradiology fellowship 12 month block schedule: