The Neuroradiology Fellowship Program at the University of Utah is designed to provide participants with state of the art, academic neuroradiology training across all subspecialty areas of neuroradiology. Focused areas of excellence include head and neck imaging, high resolution MRI, MR and CT angiography, interventional neuroradiology, spine intervention, and pediatric neuroradiology. The clinical and research faculty is dedicated to clinical service, education, and research.
Eight fellows are accepted to the program. Both one- and two-year fellowship positions are available. Neuroradiology fellows rotate through one to two-week blocks consisting of acute neuroradiology imaging, advanced MR brain and spine, head and neck, neuroangiography, spine intervention, and pediatric neuroradiology. These rotations occur at the main University hospital, the Huntsman Cancer hospital, the Salt Lake City VA hospital, and Primary Children’s hospital. Second year fellows are compensated with academic time, mentorship, and opportunities to further subspecialize in spine intervention, head and neck, pediatric, and vascular imaging. Graduates from the two-year program are fully prepared to function in either an academic or private practice environment.