Neuroradiology

The Section of Neuroradiology in the Department of Pediatric Radiology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is one of the nation’s premier programs and provides outstanding clinical care that encompasses the entire spectrum of pediatric neuroradiology, with expertise in epilepsy, neurooncology, 3D brain modeling, and image guided diagnosis and therapy.

Services We Offer 

A full complement of anatomic and functional CNS imaging is available utilizing state of the art US, CT, MRI, PET, and SPECT scanners. All exams are interpreted by board certified pediatric radiology subspecialists, dedicated solely to care at Nationwide Children's.

Meet Our Team

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Jeremy Y. Jones

Jeremy Jones, MD, is Neuroradiology Section Chief in the Department of Radiology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. His interests include patient specific brain mapping in the setting of epilepsy  and oncology with advanced MR techniques (fMRI, DTI), the MR assessment of CNS tumor response to treatment and its complications, imaging of CNS vascular disease, and application of motion insensitive MR sequences in unsedated children.

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James W. Murakami

James Murakami, MD, MS, is a pediatric interventional radiologist who has worked at Nationwide Children’s Hospital since 1999. Since joining Nationwide Children’s, Dr. Murakami’s clinical work has been centered on IR with special focus on sclerotherapy and minimally invasive percutaneous treatments of a variety of illnesses.

Why Choose Nationwide Children's? 

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is one of the nation's largest children’s hospitals, bringing together an elite cadre of clinicians, investigators and educators in one of the world's top medical schools, OSU College of Medicine. NCH provides an unparalleled clinical and basic science environment with a collaborative culture. There are a wealth of resources dedicated to fostering individualized patient care, research, innovation, and collaboration.