The Radiology Department at the University of North Carolina has an unexpected opening for our fellowship in Neuroradiology for the 2017-18 academic year. Applicants must have completed an ACGME accredited residency in diagnostic radiology prior to the start of the fellowship on July 1, 2017.
The fellowship is an ACGME accredited 1 year fellowship which trains 4 fellows annually. Fellows work closely with 6 full-time, board certified diagnostic neuroradiologists, including division chief, Dr. Mauricio Castillo, former editor-in-chief of the AJNR, current president of the ARRS, and past president of the ASNR.
Our trainees rotate regularly through core services including Brain imaging, ENT/Spine imaging, and outpatient imaging throughout the year and also spend 6 weeks out of the year rotating on the neurointerventional service with 2 dedicated interventional neuroradiologists. During the second half of the year, trainees participate in a rotation dedicated to Spine Intervention and Pain Management and are given up to 3 weeks of time for electives.
Each fellow receives 3 weeks of paid vacation plus an additional week off over the winter holidays. Fellows may also take up to a week off for meeting attendance. Additional information regarding salary and benefits can be found on the UNC GME website at http://www.uncmedicalcenter.org/uncmc/professional-education-services/office-of-graduate-medical-education.
Interested individuals should send a curriculum vitae and references to:
Benjamin Huang, MD, MPH
Director, Neuroradiology Fellowship
Associate Professor of Radiology
UNC School of Medicine