The Neuroradiology Fellowship Program at Indiana University School of Medicine offers trainees the a beneficial an engaging experience that instills possibility as they navigate into their careers as neuroradiologists. Program faculty regularly collaborate with multiple neurosciences specialists to coordinate care, improve education for fellows and contribute to a variety of neuroradiology research projects. With subject-matter experts, this program excels in providing outstanding education and training to fellows. The department values a strong, enthusiastic work ethic and looks forward to helping future fellows achieve their goals as in the field of radiology.
Neuroradiology fellows participate in four-week clinical rotations, including advanced/general neuroimaging, neurointerventional, pediatric neuroradiology, evening neuroradiology, and head and neck imaging.
Moonlighting and BenefitsInternal moonlighting in neuroradiology is voluntary and won't exceed more than two shifts/month with a total of 20 shifts annually. All studies need to be staffed out and pays at $90/hour. General moonlighting calls are voluntary, outside of neuroradiology, trainees will finalize report by themselves and pays at $250/hour. Discover more school benefits.
Daily Education and Conferences
- Daily: teaching cases at Goodman Hall and Riley
- Weekly: one hour fellow-run Neurorad case conference and one hour faculty Neurorad didactic lecture series
- Monthly Neuroscience Grand Rounds
- Monthly Special lecture for fellows
- Quarterly Neurorad Fellows Journal club and QA conference
- Neuroradiology Noon conferences
- Spring Weekly Didactic ENT Radiology lecture series
- Multidisciplinary Conferences (Adult, ped and ENT tumor boards, Epilepsy, NICU, Neurology, NAT)