Please review the program website for further program description
Interested applications should complete an application.
- Board eligible or certified for diagnostic radiology or its foreign equivalent
- Have completed an ACGME approved neuroradiology 1 year fellowship or its foreign equivalent.
- Have interest in oncologic imaging and research.
Goals and Objectives:
- Educate and provide experience for trainees in all facets of oncology as it applies to the central nervous system to include MR and CT techniques, functional MRI, diffusion and diffustion tensor MRI, perfusion MR and CT, and MR spectroscopy.
- Prepare the next generation of oncological neuroradiologists in providing excellent clinical care and meaningful research.
Duties and Responsibilities of Trainees:
- Review and interpret cases with an attending neuroradiologist
- Assist in neuro-interventional cases which include head and neck biopsies, tumor embolization procedures, vertebroplasty/kyphoplasty and other spine procedures
- Present at resident case conferences and multidisciplinary tumor boards
- Develop (with faculty assistance) a research project of sufficient quality for journal submission and/or national meeting presentation.
A collegial atmosphere exists between the neuroradiology section and its major referral groups (primarily the Brain and Spine Center and the Department of Head and Neck Surgery), which provides an excellent opportunity for additional learning and research.
Completed application and all required documents must be uploaded prior to application review for interviewing.
Any questions please contact:
Program Director: Komal Shah, M.D.
Program Manager: Patricia Alaniz
Program Coordinator: Esmeralda Fuentes
(Contact information can be found on the website above)…
Candidates must 1) Be board eligible or certified for diagnostic radiology or its foreign equivalent, 2) have completed an ACGME approved neuroradiology 1 year fellowship or its foreign equivalent, 3) have interest in oncologic imaging and research.
The Division of Diagnostic Imaging will soon be accepting applications for a second-year or later fellowship position in oncological neuroradiology. This educational program is for the neuroradiologist interested in a comprehensive program of imaging for brain, spine, head and neck tumors, with focus on advanced imaging techniques. The fellow rotates on a weekly basis through a wide variety of clinical experiences in the hospital and outpatient settings, attends numerous conferences and participates in research.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center offers a full-service oncologic neuroradiology experience with 19 neuroradiologists. There is a 1.5 T Siemens’ intraoperative magnet, three 3T GE and one 3T Siemens, twelve 1.5T GE and eight 1.5T (Siemens) magnets with additional small animal magnets available. There are 21 clinical multi-slice CT scanners within the department including 3 dual source Siemens scanners. Additionally, hybrid units include 7 PET-CT and 7 SPECT-CT scanners. The new Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging Research (CABIR) allows for true bench-to-clinic research with highly trained medical/ research professionals and dedicated research imaging equipment. The proprietary PACS allows for unparalleled access to images and patient data, allowing for easy generation of case collections and reports.
MD Anderson is the top ranked cancer center in the country for several years running. The Section of Neuroradiology is an integral part of the Brain and Spine Center, which includes a full staff of faculty neuro-oncologists and neurosurgeons. The Brain and Spine Center receives worldwide patient referral, generating unparalleled clinical and radiological experience for the trainee. The Head and Neck Surgery Department is also a premiere …