Emory’s Interventional Neuroradiology Fellowship is under the direction of Jacques E. Dion, MD, FRCP. This is a two-year fellowship providing comprehensive training in all aspects of Interventional Neuroradiology, including diagnostic neuroangiography, aneurysm embolization, tumor embolization, AVM treatment, intracranial/cervical angioplasty and stenting and stroke thrombolysis.
The fellow is expected to participate in a comprehensive range of Interventional Neuroradiology training program activities under the direction of a designated Radiology or Neurosurgery Attending. These activities may take place at Emory University Hospital, The Emory Clinic, Inc., Emory University Hospital-Midtown and/or Grady Hospital, including:
- Participation in the Interventional Neuroradiology care team primarily responsible for patient care in the Emory and Grady Hospital systems.
- Development of specialized Interventional Neuroradiology procedural skills.
- Participation in the Interventional Neuroradiology fellow call pool on a full-time equivalent basis.
- Participation in the clinical education, training and development of fellows, residents and medical students through on-site clinical rotation activities, and campus or departmental conferences.
Facilities at Emory include seven high field MRI units, including DWI, PWI, fMRI and MR spectroscopy, seven CT scanners including CTA and CT perfusion capabilities, and two state-of-the-art biplane neuroangiographic suites.
Qualified applicants should have completed their residency and be board eligible/certified prior to beginning fellowship.
If you are interested in obtaining additional information about the interventional neuroradiology fellowship at Emory, please contact Diane Voyles at 404-712-4991 or email@example.com.