Frequently Asked Questions
The program received initial ACGME accreditation in July 2000.
Yes. Candidates apply directly to the fellowship program and are selected through the Match.
There is a one-month rotation at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. All other training occurs within the hospital.
Fellows receive medical, dental and insurance benefits, effective from the beginning of the program.
Yes. The department will pay for one conference or national meeting, including registration, airfare, food and hotel. Fellows may attend other unpaid neuroradiology-related conferences with approval of the program director.
More than 50,000 neuroradiologic computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging procedures are performed annually, providing a unique training experience compared to other programs. More than 1,400 neuroradiologic invasive procedures are performed annually.
Yes. Fellows may participate in research with an assigned mentor. This research includes designing a project, participating in statistical designs and understanding Institutional Review Board requirements, as well as preparing abstracts, papers and presentations for publication.
About 45 hours.
Candidates must be currently enrolled in or have completed a diagnostic radiology residency from a program accredited by the ACGME. There are no exceptions.