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Neuroradiology Fellowship

Elevate Your Neuroradiology Skills

The Neuroradiology Fellowship is a one year ACGME accredited program — 3 months performing neuroangiography, myelography and selected interventional neuroradiology procedures depending on level of skill and 9 months per year of diagnostic neuroradiology including MRI, MRA, PET Scan, CT, CT Angiography, Neurosonography, (TCD), Functional MRI and plain film evaluation of the spine and calvarium.

The average number of diagnostic neuroangiograms is 500-600 per year; 100-150 extracranial angiograms, 10 spinal angiograms per year. Neuroimaging of pediatric patients are about 15% of our total. Approximately 125-140 interventional neuroradiologic procedures are performed on a yearly basis. Service is supported by 4 senior Neuroradiologists. Active Neurosurgery Program with residents, Pediatric Neurologist and Neurology Program with an active Stroke Team. The fellow participates in the Neuroradiology Grand Rounds held each Friday morning. This multidisciplinary Grand Rounds combines Neuroradiology, Neurology and Neurosurgery Departments.

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One fellow is accepted each year for our program.

Please refer to ERAS for application instructions and find match dates from the National Resident Matching Program.

Applicants are selected and notified of interview dates. Interviews will be conducted virtually.

Carrie Warner Heading link

Fellowship Coordinator

530 N.E. Glen Oak Avenue, University of Illinois College of Medicine OSF HealthCare Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, Illinois 61637