Neuroradiology Fellowship

One and two year advanced Neuroradiology Training Programs are offered by the Neuroradiology section of the Department of Medical Imaging at Western University commencing July 1 of each year. This training provides extensive experience in the performance and interpretation in all aspects of modern Neuroradiology.

This includes:

  • CT and MR scanning of the brain, head and neck, and spine in adult and pediatric populations
  • Spine interventions
  • Angiography, including superselective techniques for diagnostic as well as interventional therapeutic purposes
  • Ultrasound of neck and brain vessels
  • Intraoperative ultrasound
  • Training also provides the opportunity to participate in a very active and comprehensive Clinical Neurological Sciences Program
  • Facilities and opportunities for basic research in Neuroradiology are available at the University affiliated Research Institutes (Robarts and Lawson)
  • The program is approved by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, under which Neuroradiology is a subspecialty in the category of "Accredited Residency Programs"
  • The program is designed for Radiologists who have completed or are completing Residency Training in Diagnostic Radiology
  • Entry into Canada is entirely under the control of Employment and Immigration Canada.  Non­Canadian applicants require an employment visa and must check with the Canadian Consulate to be fully informed of the requirements and regulations

For further information and details, please contact the Fellowship Coordinator, Ms. Rachael Patrick