There was an excellent volume and variety of challenging diagnostic cases and exciting spine interventions. Interacting with the attending neuroradiologists, IR techs and nurses, and other clinicians in the hospital was a particularly important part of my fellowship that prepared me for a future in Neuro IR. The strengths of the program are the exceptional tutelage of the attending Neuroradiologists and volume and breadth of spinal interventions. I am an endovascular surgical neuroradiology fellow at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology and the program prepared me well for this fellowship and future career."
Matthew Austin, MD
Class of 2016
Cedars Sinai Neuroradiology Fellowship offers plenty of neuroradiological procedure experience, a large volume and variety of cases (brain, spine, head and neck, and pediatric), exposure to advanced imaging, state of the art equipment, and excellent teaching. Opportunities for research are available for the interested fellow. I am an attending associate physician at Kaiser Permanente Fontana. Given the volume of neuro cases of the practice, the program was outstanding in preparing me for my current position."
Adam Bauer, MD
Class of 2015
The Neuroradiology Fellowship Program provides an excellent volume and variety of cases encompassing all facets of neuroradiology. Fellows benefit from the strong faculty, access to advanced imaging (perfusion, spec, functional magnetic resonance imaging, diffusion tensor imaging), a high level of spine and neurovascular procedural training and exposure to a wide range of pathology."
Ryan Vancura, MD
Class of 2014
The volume and variety of cases are excellent. The interventional radiology we get to do covers everything we could ever be asked to perform in the real world and even more. The amount of diverse magnetic resonance imaging was extremely helpful, and the people were great to work with. The Cedars-Sinai name is also prestigious."
Joshua Albrektson, MD
Class of 2013
We received excellent exposure to all aspects of diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology. The strengths of the program are the volume and variety of diagnostic and interventional cases, great teaching, case conferences, the brain tumor board and excellent residents. It's an outstanding, well rounded program.”
Ramzi Azzam, MD, PhD
Class of 2012