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Neurointerventional Imaging Fellowship

Neurointerventional Imaging Fellowship provides two years of graduated training, focusing on clinical evaluation and diagnostic imaging to develop therapeutic decision-making, post-procedure care and research.



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The Division of Neurointerventional Imaging Fellowship consists of two years of training in interventional neuroradiology with case supervision in a graduated progression, as well as call responsibilities. Radiologists must be ABR certified with completion of a radiology residency. They must also have completed a year of diagnostic neuroradiology fellowship. We consider qualified candidates who have completed a neurosurgery residency or neurology stroke/ICU fellowship. These candidates will have to complete a six- to 12-month neuro-imaging core as well as radiation biology and safety training.

Our section performs over 750 diagnostic and therapeutic procedures each year. The fellowship focuses on clinical evaluation of patients and diagnostic imaging to develop therapeutic decision-making. In some cases interdisciplinary methods may be considered. Post procedure care and follow up are equally important in patient management. Research is a strong component of the section, and fellows will be expected to participate in these activities. These studies include basic science, clinical and translational projects.

How to Apply

For more information and to apply, please contact:

James D. Rabinov, MD
Fellowship Director
Division of Interventional Neuroradiology | Endovascular Neurosurgery
Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit Street, Gray 241
Boston, MA 02114

Phone: 617-726-1767
Fax: 617-726-3089

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