Fellowship Overview
The neuroradiology fellowship program at Loma Linda University provides academic level training across all subspecialties within neuroradiology. The program is supervised by the neuroradiologists at Loma Linda Medical Center and consists of clinical teaching and exposure that is designed to train first rate neuroradiologists to become pioneers and leaders within the evolving specialty. Two first year fellowship ACGME accredited positions are offered for radiologists, allowing more increased hands-on experience within the clinical field, including interventional radiology exposure. Focused areas of excellence that include functional MRI and spectroscopy, nuclear medicine, pediatrics, head and neck angiography, spine imaging, as well as neuropathology. The program uniquely emphasizes outcome research, specifically focusing on trauma, aging, as well as pediatric neuroradiology. 

Caseload per year
CT ~ 23425
MR  ~11656
Interventional Procedures: 791
Head echograms: 736

Fellows participate in multidisciplinary conferences and didactics that highlight clinical interactions, of which include: 

Epilepsy Conference
Neuroradiology Faculty & Fellow Case Conference
Neuroradiology Resident Case Conference
Neurovascular Conference
Radiation Oncology Conference
Skull Base Conference
Multidisciplinary Stroke Conference
Head and Neck Tumor Board
Neuro-oncology Tumor Board
Pediatric Tumor Board
Neurosurgery Grand Rounds
Neurosciences Grand Rounds
Neuroradiology Journal Club

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