The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai ranks in the top 20 of all accredited U.S. Medical Schools in the most recent U.S. News & World Report annual survey on "America‚Äôs Best Graduate Schools." The school is also among the top 20 in NIH funding among medical schools nationwide, according to the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research. This year, the Mount Sinai Health System was ranked among the top hospitals in the nation in the 2015-16 "Best Hospitals" issue by U.S. News & World Report which includes Neurology, Neurosurgery and Head & Neck Surgery/Otolaryngology specialties.  The reputation of these programs allows our Neuroradiology service to experience high volumes of interesting and unique imaging cases, without losing sight of the common entities that present to general hospitals as well.

The Neuroradiology Fellowship Program at Mount Sinai has trained many successful academic and private practice Neuroradiologists. Drs. Burton Drayer, Thomas Naidich and Peter Som, a few of our faculty, are perennial leaders in the field of radiology who play an integral part of the training and education of our fellowship classes.

Diversity of Experience

The Mount Sinai Hospital, founded in 1852, is a 1,171-bed urban hospital known internationally for delivering the most sophisticated and advanced medical care available. The Mount Sinai Hospital provides primary and secondary care to local residents as well as tertiary care to patients referred from around the world. Located on the border of East Harlem and the Upper East Side, Mount Sinai attracts a highly diverse patient population drawn from among the most disadvantaged and also the wealthiest communities in the nation. This broad socioeconomic sampling exposes trainees to a broad spectrum of pathologies.

Neuroradiology Fellowship Program:  Trainees will gain exposure to a robust variety of cases and imaging techniques.  The Department of Radiology maintains the latest CT, MR and PET equipment as well as advanced post-processing software on both dedicated workstations and network access platforms. The most recent installations include PET-MR and 7T MRI scanners. In addition to imaging and advanced imaging interpretation, trainees will also gain significant and broad exposure to a variety of neurointerventional and neuroradiologic procedures.

Contact Us

Elba Colman
Program Coordinator
Tel: 212-241-3678
Fax: 212-427-8137
Send e-mail

Department of Radiology
Mount Sinai Health System
One Gustave L. Levy Place
Box 1234
New York, NY 10029-6574

Application Submissions

November 1st - February 28th

How to Apply [PDF]
Fellowship Application [PDF]