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The Neuroradiology division in the UNC Department of Radiology is comprised of 7 neuroradiologists in collaboration with 3 specialists from the Division of Interventional Neuroradiology, up to 4 first-year and one second-year diagnostic fellows. We have 6 clinical 1.5T and 2 3.0T MRI units in the main hospital and 2 MRI units and one CT scanner in our outpatient Imaging and Spine Center. Additionally, all neuroimaging studies performed at our affiliated hospitals and clinics are interpreted by us

We also currently have both a MR/PET 3.0T in our research facilities. In the system, there are 10 CT scanners, including dual source and 2 with 128 slice capability. We have biplane angiographic units in a dedicated Neurovascular suite, as well as access to 5 additional angiographic rooms and one CT scanner in the general Vascular/Interventional section. A dedicated MR spectroscopist also enhances our research and clinical capabilities. Two PET CT scanners complement our equipment. We also interpret studies for several imaging centers in the Triangle region.

The Neuroradiology division performs over 24,000 CT studies, 24,000 MRI studies, 300 diagnostic angiograms, 120 neurointerventional cases, and over 200 spinal invasive procedures per year.

UNC also has dedicated Neurosciences, Women’s, Pediatric and Cancer Hospitals. We have a strong working relationship with the Department of Neurosurgery, Department of Neurology, Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Department of Psychiatry, Department of Anesthesiology, School of Dentistry and School of Computer Sciences.

To schedule an appointment with Neuroradiology, please call 984-974-1884.

The 23rd Annual Ernest H. Wood Lecture in November 2019 hosted by UNC Neuroradiology was a success!
University of Colorado Chief of Neuroradiology and Professor of Radiology Dr. Jody Tanabe
will visit UNC as our 24th invited Wood Lecture speaker in November 2020.