NEURORADIOLOGIST – 7 Days On, 14 Days Off Department of Radiology NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center Weill Cornell Medicine
NYPH-Weill Cornell Medical Center, the university-hospital of Weill Cornell Medicine, Department of Radiology seeks a full-time faculty member for the Emergency Radiology Division with fellowship training in neuroradiology.
Due to continued growth in volume, we are expanding our off-hours faculty. This is an overnight position, 7 days on, 14 days off. You will overlap with at least one additional radiologist throughout your shift. Responsibilities include interpretation of emergency and inpatient cases, with a focus on neuroimaging.
NYPH-Weill Cornell Medical Center, located on the upper east side of Manhattan, is regularly ranked as the top hospital in New York and consistently in the top 10 of leading academic medical centers in the nation. Salary and fringe benefits are competitive.
Interested applicants should send a curriculum vitae, bibliography and statement of interests to:
Robert J. Min, MD, MBA
Chairman, Department of Radiology
NYPH-Weill Cornell Medical Center
525 East 68th St, Room ST-8A-37
New York, New York 10065-4870
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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
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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
The Division of Neuroimaging & Neurointervention in the Department of Radiology at Stanford University is searching for a full-time neuroradiologist who will work evening/night shifts every other week, with a small number of day shifts, and with participation in the neuroradiology call pool. The incumbent will work closely with the evening and night shift radiology residents and neuroradiology fellows. The position will be at the Clinical Instructor level in the Clinician Educator Line. The major criteria for appointment for Clinician Educators is excellence in the overall mix of clinical care and clinical teaching appropriate to the programmatic need the individual is expected to fulfill.
The successful candidate will mainly contribute his/her clinical expertise at Stanford Hospital & Clinics, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, and VA Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS). The position will also involve teaching to Stanford medical students, residents and fellows.
Candidates must be ABR-certified radiologists who have completed an ACGME-approved fellowship in Neuroradiology and who are Neuroradiology CAQ-certified or eligible. Proficiency with neuroradiology procedure skills is expected. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with clinicians, patients, and trainees are required. The Division of Neuroimaging & Neurointervention at Stanford has leaders in all aspects of neuroradiology, including Interventional Neuroradiology and advanced applications of non-invasive imaging of the brain, spine, and head and neck. The focus of the Division of Neuroimaging & Neurointervention is to perform clinical neuroradiology at the highest level, to engage in important and novel research, and to train the future leaders in academic neuroradiology.
Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations of and applications from women, members of minority groups, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities, as well as from others who would bring additional dimensions to the university’s research, teaching and clinical …
The Department of Radiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) seeks a full time radiologist to join the Neuroradiology Section. Applicants should be ABR-Certified or have passed the core examinations and be on track to take the certifying examination. Fellowship trained or established strong competency in neuroradiology and CAQ or CAQ-eligible in neuroradiology is required, and candidates must be eligible to practice medicine in Alabama. Academic rank, compensation, and tenure will depend on qualifications and experience. Candidates must be able to collaborate and should have a strong affinity for teaching residents and fellows. Experience and interest in performing research are valued. Interested candidates should submit their CV and three references to Dr. Phil Chapman, UAB Department of Radiology, 619 19th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35249-6830 or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information about our department, please visit our website www.uab.edu/medicine/radiology/.
UAB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to fostering a diverse, equitable and family-friendly environment in which all faculty and staff can excel and achieve work/life balance irrespective of, race, national origin, age, genetic or family medical history, gender, faith, gender identity and expression as well as sexual orientation. UAB also encourages applications from individuals with disabilities and veterans. A pre-employment background investigation is performed on candidates selected for employment. In addition, physicians and other clinical faculty candidates who will be employed by the University of Alabama Health Services Foundation (UAHSF) or other UAB Medicine entities, must successfully complete a pre-employment drug and nicotine screen to be hired.
The VA Boston Healthcare System (VABHS) is recruiting for a full time, fellowship trained Neuroradiologist at the West Roxbury campus for the position of Chief of Neuroradiology. ABR board certification or board eligibility is required and neuroradiology CAQ is preferred. The Diagnostic Radiology service skills desired include, but are not limited to, neuroradiology imaging and basic neuro procedures. Cross-sectional body imaging and general radiology skills are helpful but not required. VABHS is a 467-bed facility located on three campuses in the Boston metropolitan area. The department is filmless and it provides telaradiology services for several other VA New England Healthcare System facilities. Installed equipment includes 1.5T and two 3T MRI scanners, three multidetector CT scanners, PET/CT, two IR suites, and a wide array of ultrasound and rad/fluoro equipment. A VABHS research neuroimaging center supports well-funded programs in traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and cognitive neuroscience and collaborates closely with the Martinos Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. VABHS is affiliated with Harvard Medical School and Boston University School of Medicine, and appointments can be made to either school. The Radiology residency program is integrated with Boston Medical Center, and resident teaching and research are integral parts of the department’s mission.
Interested applicants should apply to email@example.com subj: Chief Neuroradiology or www.usajobs.gov Vacancy ID#1476350
- Must be a US Citizen
- Must be proficient in written and spoken English.
- Degree of doctor of medicine or an equivalent degree resulting from a course of education in medicine or osteopathic medicine.
- Current, full and unrestricted license to practice medicine or surgery in a State, Territory, or Commonwealth of the United States, or in the District of Columbia.
- Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959.
Position Requirement: In addition to meeting the basic requirements you must also possess the following position …
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 …
The Radiology Department at the University of North Carolina currently has an opening for an ACGME accredited fellowship position in Diagnostic Neuroradiology for the 2016-17 academic year. Our fellowship program trains 4 diagnostic neuroradiology fellows each year. Fellows work closely with the faculty of the Neuroradiology Division, which includes 6 diagnostic CAQ-holding neuroradiologists and is headed by Dr. Mauricio Castillo, MD, FACR, former editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Neuroradiology, past president of the American Society of Neuroradiology, and President-Elect of the American Roentgen Ray Society.
Fellows rotate regularly through core services including Brain imaging, ENT/Spine imaging, and outpatient imaging throughout the year. Fellows also spend 6 weeks out of the year with the Division of Neurointerventional Radiology, helmed by Dr. Sten Solander. During the second half of the year, fellows 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 + an additional week off over the winter holidays and can also take up to a week off for meeting attendance.
If you are interested in applying for the position or would like more information, please contact the program director, Dr. Benjamin Huang, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or our GME Coordinator, Michelle Fischer, by email at email@example.com or by phone at (919) 966-2992.…
We are adding a new diagnostic neuroradiology fellowship position starting July 1, 2015.
The Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship at Stanford is a two-year fellowship. It is designed to be a well-balanced academic training program that encompasses all of the basic and advanced clinical and research areas of both adult and pediatric neuroradiology. Neuroradiology fellows will be exposed to all imaging modalities used to evaluate neurologic disease, including CT, MR, myelography, angiography, and ultrasound during the course of the fellowship. Interventional neuroradiologic procedures are also performed at state-of-the-art levels at Stanford, and neuroradiology fellows will actively participate in these procedures.…