• 4 ACGME-approved 1 year fellowship positions
  • 8 Full-time diagnostic neuroradiologists and 3 interventional neuroradiologists
  • Oldest public medical school covering radiology services at the University of Maryland main campus, Shock Trauma Center, and 6 major regional hospitals
  • 1 month of dedicated pediatric neuroradiology at Children's National Medical Center
  • Advanced trauma experience at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
  • Access to state of the art research facilities and mentorship
  • All training at UMMC, the flagship academic campus of the medical system, located in downtown Baltimore a short walk from the Inner Harbor

Training Environment

  • One on one attending support in a dynamic reading room environment, with busy consultation and teaching responsibilities
  • Interventional neuroradiology: minimum 4 weeks (includes cerebrovascular, spine, pain management, and image guided procedures)
  • Academic time: 1 day per week
  • Experience outside the reading room including neurosurgery/ENT clinics and operating room observation
  • Weekly dedicated fellowship lectures and conferences
  • Weekly interdisciplinary conferences including stroke, neuro-oncology, head and neck tumor board, epilepsy, pediatrics
  • All training at UMMC (with the exception of one-month rotation at the Children's National Medical Center), no commuting to satellite centers, no night shift in house coverage, no reading responsibilities outside of neuroradiology
  • Weekday pager call responsibilities performed from home
  • 3 weeks of vacation plus extra week during holiday season

Clinical Resources

  • Intensive PET/CT and integrated PET/MR imaging
  • MR guided high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU)
  • Functional and DTI imaging
  • 2 state of the art biplane neuroangiography suites
  • Major regional stroke center with highly active stroke neurointerventional program
  • Regional leader in head and neck oncology
  • State of the art new Carestream PACS

Research Resources

  • Leaders in informatics, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, and deep learning with the opportunity to collaborate with fellows and faculty from our informatics fellowship
  • Access to facilities and resources at the University of Maryland School of Medicine including the Health Sciences Library and makerspace, courses in grantsmanship and manuscript writing
  • Center for Molecular Imaging Technology (hyperpolarized MRI, MR guided high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU))
  • Maryland Center for Advanced Imaging Research (MCAIR) (state of the art 3T, PET/MR and small animal MRI)


For additional information on becoming a neuroradiology fellow, visit the ASNR Web site.