Career Opportunities

Neuroradiologist

A Recruitment/relocation incentive is authorized for a highly qualified candidate

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. 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.

• Must be a US citizen or permanent resident;
• Degree- Doctor of Medicine;
• Full, active, current and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a state, territory or commonwealth of the United States or District of Columbia;
• English language proficiency;

Required for this position:
• BE/BC in Radiology,
• Completion of a neuroradiology fellowship.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:
• Neuro CAQ completion
• Leadership experience and skills
• Strong academic background and interest in research
• Strong teaching skills
The qualifications of such personnel shall also be subject to review by the VABHS Chief of Staff and …

2014 IAC Research Award Application Announcement

IAC-researchlogo2014The Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) Research Committee seeks to support innovative and meritorious research relevant to accreditation and quality improvement through its annual IAC Research Award Program. Interested individuals are encouraged to submit proposals that advance the IAC Research Committee’s mission of Strengthening Accreditation Through Research.

For 2014, one year grants up to a maximum of $75,000 will be awarded. The application process involves a Letter of Intent due March 3, 2014, and if accepted, a full proposal.  Visit intersocietal.org/iac/research.htm for further details and to download the 2014 Application Announcement and Instructions.

Contact

Mary Beth Farrell, MS, CNMT, NCT, FSNMTS
Director of IAC Research
farrell@intersocietal.org

 

 

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2014 Neuroradiology Fellowship Position: University of Virginia

The Neuroradiology Fellowship program at the University of Virginia Medical Center is a one-year accredited fellowship program that provides advanced imaging expertise in an academic setting.

The one-year ACGME accredited fellowship program provides advanced training in neuroradiological imaging and procedures. The program offers integrated training experience in a major academic medical center. This unique experience prepares fellows well for a career in both academic radiology and specialized private practice.

Fellows will be exposed to a full variety of neuroradiological cases, including head and neck cases as well as a steady number of pediatric neuroradiological exams. Advanced imaging and a balanced mix of neuroradiological procedures are integrated components of the training. With a total of ten neuroradiology faculty members, all well versed in general neuroradiology, with individuals specialized in head and neck, advanced neuroimaging, pediatric neuroradiology and interventional neuroradiology, the fellowship program provides the fellows with a well-rounded neuroradiology subspecialty education.

The Radiology and Medical Imaging Department has maintained a strong culture in education. The year-round comprehensive teaching curriculum includes didactic lectures in neuroradiology, neuropathology and physics, as well as weekly case conferences. All fellows are provided dedicated academic time to pursue research, mentored by faculty with ongoing research projects, with intent to publish and present the results at major societal meetings.

Prerequisite Training/Selection Criteria: Applicants for the Neuroradiology Fellowship position must have completed an approved Radiology Residency Program and screened by the selection committee. All fellows must be eligible for Virginia Medical Licensure.

 

How to Apply: To apply, please submit the following materials to sab6ce@virginia.edu :

 

1. Complete University Application (found at http://www.medicine.virginia.edu/clinical/departments/radiology/education/fellowships/diagnostic-and-interventional-neuroradiology/Diagnost-interv-neuro-how-to-apply)

2. Current curriculum vitae

3. Personal Statement

4. USMLE Transcripts: Step 1, 2, 3 (copy acceptable).

5. Three letters of recommendation (one from your current Program Director)

6. Passport size photograph

7. ECFMG Certificate …

Physician-Diagnostic Radiologist

The VA Boston Healthcare System is recruiting for a full time Diagnostic Radiologist at the West Roxbury campus of the VA Boston Healthcare System (VABHS) who has completed a fellowship in Neuroradiology. Strong body imaging skills, board certification or board eligibility and neuro CAQ are preferred. The Diagnostic Radiology services desired include, but are not limited to, neuroradiology imaging and basic neuro procedures, cross-sectional body imaging and general radiology. The Boston VA is a 467-bed facility located on three campuses in the Boston metropolitan area. The department is film less. Installed equipment includes 1.5T and two 3T MRI scanners, and three multi-detector CT scanners, PET/CT, two IR suites, and a wide array of ultrasound and rad/fluoro equipment. The Boston VA 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.

WORK SCHEDULE : Full time, M-F 8:00 am – 5:30 pm

NOTE : Selectee may be required to work at any Boston Healthcare System campus, as needed.
NOTE : Candidates who meet the qualification requirements within 15 calendar days following the closing date of the announcement will be considered.
NOTE : Recruitment incentive is authorized for a highly qualified candidate.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

– Must be a US citizen or permanent resident;
– Degree of Doctor of Medicine
–  Full, active, current and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a state, territory or commonwealth of the United States or District of Columbia;
– English language proficiency;
– Designated and/or Random Drug Testing required
– Background and/or Security Investigation required
– Completion of a neuroradiology fellowship.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

– BE/BC in Radiology
– Neuro CAQ completion
– excellent body imaging …

JOBS: The University of Edinburgh

The University of Edinburgh is seeking to re-appoint a consultant-level senior clinical academic neuroradiologist. Candidates should have a strong track record in clinical neuroimaging research, full registration with the GMC, and should be included on the Specialist Register as a Radiologist.

To view the full text of this classified, please click here.

For further particulars and to submit an application, visit www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk. (Ref: 015148. Closing date: July 26, 2013.)…

Functional Neuroimaging Clinical Research Fellowship @ MGH/MIT/HMS

Functional Neuroimaging Clinical Research Fellowship
The ideal candidate would have a M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. with clinical training in neurology, neurosurgery, or neuroradiology.  Ideally, they would also have strong computer and engineering skills, and experience with functional MRI (fMRI), PET, magnetoencephalography and/or electroencepholography (MEG/EEG). The fellow would interpret advanced functional neuroimaging studys, attend meetings relating to presurgical mapping, and undertake an independent research. The candidate will interact with world-class engineers, physicists, and physicians at the MGH-Martinos Center, Harvard Medical School, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology to advance medical science. Training would include research integrating and evaluating high-field MRI, MR-PET, and MEG/EEG in epilepsy and other subjects.

REQUIREMENTS: M.D. with a residency in radiology, neurology, or neurosurgery.  Additional degree in Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Cognitive Neuroscience is helpful, but not required. Candidates must be able to work independently. Programming experience is desired. Good organizational skills is a must.

The Massachusetts General Hospital is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

CONTACT: Please email Dr. Steven Stufflebeam with a cover letter and CV to sms at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu. Two letters of recommendation will be required.  If you have any questions please email Dr. Stufflebeam or call (617) 726-0963.…

November Classifieds

University of California San Francisco

Position: Director of the Center for Neurodegenerative Disease (CIND) [View PDF]


Robarts Research Institute

Position: The Kathleen and Dr. Henry Barnett Chair in Stroke Research [View PDF]


Children’s Medical Center and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Position: Fellowship-trained Academic Pediatric Neuroradiologist [View PDF]


Stanford School of Medicine

Position: Professor and Section Chief of Neuroradiology [View PDF]


Lahey Clinic

Position: Section Head of Neuroradiology [View PDF]


Austin Radiological Association

Position: Fellowship-trained Neuroradiologist [View PDF]…