Emory University Hospital has an unexpected neuroradiology fellowship opening beginning July 1, 2013.
The Emory Neuroradiology Fellowship Training program is an ACGME accredited one-year program.
A two-year program is also available for interested individuals. The one-year program provides advanced training in all neuroimaging modalities including MRI, CT, CT and MR perfusion, MR spectroscopy, and functional MR imaging techniques. Fellows receive comprehensive training in all aspects of adult neuroimaging with specialized training in head and neck, spine, brain tumor and stroke imaging. Training in pediatric neuroradiology is top notch with two dedicated pediatric neuroradiologists and a stand-alone pediatric hospital. The fellowship offers a full complement of angiographic procedures and spine interventions. A graduate of the 1-year program is well-qualified to pursue a career either in private practice or academic medicine.
The second year can be customized to meet the particular career aspirations of the fellow. The curriculum is fashioned through dialogs with the program director with input from the section faculty and can be very flexible.
For additional information, please contact Francine L. Hollowell, 404-712-4583
American College of Radiology
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