Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers a one-year Pediatric Radiology Neuroradiology Imaging Fellowship that teaches trainees the responsibilities and management skills required to independently manage a modern pediatric neuroradiology service.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers a Pediatric Radiology Neuroradiology Imaging Fellowship that will provide the trainee with a full complement of clinical skills required to interpret pediatric neuro-radiologic plain films, US, CT, MRI and angiography of the pediatric brain, head and neck and spine, including cutting edge post processing techniques through our Pediatric Advanced Imaging Resource (PAIR).
What You Need to Know
Each fellow will learn the responsibilities and management skills to independently manage a modern pediatric neuroradiology service. To attain this goal, they will be expected to independently analyze imaging exams, review cases with the neuroradiology attending, dictate clear concise reports making use of appropriate templates, proof read their reports, and if necessary, edit reports after attending feedback.
When appropriate they will provide preliminary reports on emergency cases and document timely communication to the referring physician.
Additionally, fellows will learn the key diagnostic imaging features and pathophysiology of some of the most common, and many uncommon pediatric neurologic disorders of the brain/head and neck/spine including but not limited to the following:
- Congenital malformations
- Metabolic, genetic, toxic, and neurodegenerative disorders
- Infectious diseases
- Traumatic disorders including non-accidental injury
- Endocrine disorders primarily involving the pituitary gland
- Autoimmune disease including autoimmune encephalitis
- Vascular disorders and malformations
- Arterial and venous infarction spectrum
- Neonatal imaging including preterm and fetal imaging
- Hydrocephalus, different forms and causes
- Imaging abnormalities associated with epilepsy
- Temporal bone imaging
- Sino-nasal malformations, disease and neoplasms
- Iatrogenic disease
The fellow will be exposed to a broad range of topics in the subspecialty, not limited to but as outlined above under Curriculum. Their time will be spent primarily in Neuroradiology. Research is required.
Fellows are encouraged to attend several conferences, boards and clubs.
Welcome to the inspirational Nationwide Children’s Hospital! The Pediatric Radiology Neuroradiology Imaging Fellowship program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is one of the leading pediatric fellowship programs in central Ohio.
We are more than a hospital. We are one of America’s largest pediatric health care and research centers delivering care for more than one million patient visits each year. Families travel from around the nation and around the globe to access life-saving treatments – many unavailable anywhere else.
Nationwide Children's believes that no child should be refused necessary care and attention for lack of ability to pay. Upon this fundamental belief, Nationwide Children's is committed to providing the highest quality: Patient Care; Advocacy for children and families and Pediatric Research; Education of patients, families and future providers; and Outstanding Service to accommodate the needs of patients and families.
Rajesh Krishnamurthy, MD
- Stephen M. Druhan, MD
- Rajesh Krishnamurthy, MD
- Jeremy Jones, MD
- Jerome Rusin, MD
- Lisa Martin, MD
- James Murakami, MD
- Nicholas Zumberge, MD
- Diana Rodriguez, MD
- Mark Halverson, MD
- Aaron McAllister, MD
- Harry Hu, PhD
- Eric Nelson, PhD
- Ramkumar Krishnamurthy, PhD
- Jay Parthasarathy, PhD
- Mark Smith, MS
Salary & Benefits
Our fellows are hospital employees, and as such, they are eligible for the same benefits other full-time staff receive (with the exception of paid time off, which is outlined). Click here to learn more about fellowship benefits.
Application & Selection
Applicants must have completed a one-year Diagnostic Fellowship to be eligible to apply.
We will accept one applicant per year.To apply, please complete the application and include a CV, photo, three letters of reference (one letter from your current program director) and submit your application to Catherine.Wagy@NationwideChildrens.org.
Applications are accepted beginning June 1. Interviews will begin in July for the following year's fellowship.
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