Scholarly Activities

The Neuroradiology Division has varied research interests. During the last 20 years, we have published nearly 800 peer-reviewed articles, over 130 book chapters, over 200 review articles, and 27 books, as well as presented over 250 posters/exhibits and delivered multiple invited lectures.  Both Drs. Castillo and Jewells are Fellows of the American College of Radiology.  We are also closely involved with radiology resident and medical student teaching, including participation in multiple interdisciplinary conferences on a weekly basis.  These conferences include neurosurgery, neuropathology, neurology, head and neck tumor, and adult and pediatric brain tumor conferences.  Different members are a part of nearly 30 interdisciplinary multidepartmental grant funded studies.

To see a full list of publications, please refer to the Current CVs listed on the Faculty pages.

The Neuroradiology Division regularly hosts Research Visiting Scholars from many countries and generally there are 1-3 of them rotating in our division at any given time for durations of 1 to 24 months. For more information regarding this activity, please contact . These rotations will be offered only until July 2018.

Persons interested in Basic Neuroimaging Research activities should contact either Dr. Smith or Dr. Lin.