Neuroradiology Fellowship Program

2015-2016 Application Timeline:

Jan 10:

Last day to receive/consider applications and supplemental documentation

Jan 15:

Interviews may begin

Mar 05:

Match Opens at 12:00 p.m. ET

April 15:

Last day for interviews

Apr 30: 

Ranking Opens at 12:00 p.m. ET

May 21:

Quota Change Deadline at 11:59 p.m. ET

Jun 04:

Rank Order List Deadline at 9:00 p.m. ET

Jun 18:

Match Day at 12:00 p.m. ET

Our ACGME accredited fellowship program will offer a total of 4 one-year fellowship positions through the National Residents Matching Program (NRMP). Our fellows rotate on a weekly basis through diagnostic brain imaging; head, neck and spine imaging; and vascular interventional Neuroradiology (the latter for only 6 months). In their second semester, the fellows have dedicated rotations in spine procedure and MR advanced imaging techniques at our Biomedical Research Imaging Center.  The fellows are also given one week to participate in a meeting of their choice. Research time is provided and involvement in projects is encouraged, but not required. The fellows receive a book and travel allowance at the beginning of each year and have dedicated office space. Salary is determined according to the post graduate year of the applicants. All fellows are allowed three weeks of vacation per year, an extra week for Christmas/New Year, as well as time away for a major meeting.  Fellow alumni have held or hold academic positions in: Mayo Clinic, Medical College of Wisconsin, Medical University of South Carolina, Medical College of Georgia, University of Mississippi, University of Texas, Brooke Army Medical Center, Brown University, University of Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati, Autonomous University of Madrid, and Val d'Hebron University Hospital of Barcelona.

We are now pleased to offer 1 second-year fellowship position at the Clinical Instructor level.  This non-ACGME position is strictly for one-year duration and citizens of all countries will be considered for it.  For more information, please contact .

Starting 2015, all USA MD and DO applicants must have finished an ACGME-approved residency program.

Details regarding the application process may be found at:

American Society of Neuroradiology (www.asnr.org)
UNC - Department of Radiology (www.med.unc.edu/radiology) and
National Resident Matching Program (www.nrmp.org)

For additional information please contact:

Ms. Angela Combs, Medical Education Coordinator
UNC Department of Radiology
2036 Old Clinic Building, CB# 7510
Chapel Hill NC 27599-7510
Tel: (919) 966-2992