Loyola University is a tertiary care facility with a high volume of complex and fascinating cases that provide a comprehensive exposure to all areas of Neuroradiology, both common and esoteric. A long established Level I trauma center serving the western suburbs of Chicago, Loyola is also home to the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center and is the center of an active tele-stroke network that channels regional stroke cases to the medical center.
The Neuroradiology Fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center, is a one year ACGME approved program which provides advanced training in all aspects of imaging of the central nervous system, spine and head and neck. Education is provided through daily image interpretation, didactic lectures, attendance at multi-disciplinary conferences and supervised instruction in procedures including angiography, myelography, biopsies and interventional procedures. Exceptional training in advanced imaging includes clinical applications of fMRI, DTI, spectroscopy and perfusion imaging using both CT and MRI. There is routine exposure to CT and MR angiography as well as experience in CSF flow studies and fetal MRI.
For more information about the program, kindly visit https://loyolamedicine.org/gme...
If you are interested in our fellowship program, please fill out the fellowship inquiry form and, provide the following information:
Interim Fellowship Coordinator, Neuroradiology and Vascular Interventional Radiology
Administrative Assistant, Section of Neuroradiology and MSK
Department of Radiology
Loyola University Medical System
2160 First Avenue
Maywood, Illinois 60153