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Candidates must have completed an approved diagnostic radiology residency prior to the start of fellowship. We participate in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

We will post dates for the 2021–2022 NRMP Fellowship Match once this information is available online. 

We only accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).  Fellowship application submission through ERAS begins in late November. Applications are available for programs to review in December, and the deadline for receipt of applications is in January.  Interested applicants should submit the following:

  • CV
  • Medical school transcript
  • USMLE board scores
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation, including one from the Residency Program Director and one from the Neuroradiology Division Chief
  • Personal statement
  • Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certificate, IF medical degree from a non-US or non-Canadian school

Only completed applications with all above items will be reviewed. We will begin inviting candidates for interviews mid-December 2021 using the ERAS scheduling tool and expect to interview candidates through mid-March 2021. Neuroradiology fellowship interviews will be conducted remotely in the 2021-2022 recruitment season.

Additional details regarding the Neuroradiology fellowship and the general application process can also be found at:

Inquiries:

Please direct any questions related to application requirements, our interview process, and all other fellowship program-related questions to Rachel Will, M.Ed. (919-966-6646), or to our Fellowship Program Director Dr. Benjamin Huang.

FOREIGN GRADUATES: ALL graduates of foreign medical schools must be certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates. Alien foreign graduates must meet all VISA Qualifying Examination (VQE) or Foreign Medical Graduate Exam in the Medical Sciences (FMGEMS) requirements prior to application. Per the University of North Carolina Graduate Medical Education Policy on Visas, University of North Carolina Hospitals will accept resident physicians who have been issued a J-1 Visa and who hold a current ECFMG Certificate. H1-B visas are not sponsored at University of North Carolina Hospitals.