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