Curriculum

Over the course of the one-year fellowship, fellows hone their image interpretation skills, learn to interpret a wide variety of neuroradiology cases, learn to process and interpret advanced imaging cases, and gain comfort in performing a number of diagnostic and therapeutic Neuroradiology procedures. In addition, fellows learn to present cases clearly and effectively, which prepares them for their careers after graduation.

Rotations

Inpatient = exposure to emergency, hospital and neurosurgical neuroradiologic imaging (CT/MR of brain and spine, stroke CTA/perfusion)

Outpatient = exposure to all outpatient neuroradiologic imaging studies (CT/MR of brain and spine, advanced imaging including MR spectroscopy, MR/CT perfusion, MR permeability, 3D reconstructions)

Head and Neck Imaging = exposure to all inpatient and outpatient head and neck imaging studies (CT/MR neck, sinuses, orbits; 3D reconstructions for preoperative assessment; PET/CT neck)

Neurointerventional/Procedures = exposure to a variety of interventional procedures (cerebral angiograms, stroke intervention, carotid stenting, aneurysm coiling, kyphoplasty/vertbroplasty, spinal pain injections, spinal biopsies, head and neck/thyroid CT and US biopsies)

Evening Shift (until 11pm) = trainees interpret emergency and inpatient studies. Provides an opportunity for fellows to hone their interpreting skills, manage time effectively, and serve as the primary neuroradiology contact.  Fellows begin this rotation later in the day.

Conferences

Lecture Series/Journal Club

Contact Us

Elba Colman
Program Coordinator
Tel: 212-241-3678
Fax: 212-427-8137
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Department of Radiology
Mount Sinai Health System
One Gustave L. Levy Place
Box 1234
New York, NY 10029-6574