RAD345

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Please share your interviews and ideas about the programs for INR fellowship, starting 2012:

It helps to update the list of programs that accepting neurologist and also gives us a view of how good/bad the program is.

If you are aware of any related meeting, please also post here.

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RAD345
 
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RAD345

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Oct 3, 2006
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From the information I gathered:

1. Cornell University, Dr. Gobin (Rad)
Accepting Neuro, NS and Rad residents. offered interviews this year.
3 attendings (2 Rad, 1 NS, under NS dept), 2 angio table, 3 fellows each year (one of them in house from NS program). Strong program, Post-op unit, next to angio suite, planning to have MRI machine next to Angio suite in next couple years. Hand-on Experience, >900 angios a year (including diagnostics) STRONG program!

2. UMDNJ, Dr. Gandhi (NS)
Accepting Neuro, NS residents, offered interview this year.
2 attendings (2 NS), One angio table, 2 fellows each year (one of them filled in house from NS program), Junior fellow: diagnostic procedure, Senior fellow: Therapeutics. A lot of coiling.

3. University of Miami, Dr. Yavagal (Neuro)
Accepting for 2013, already interviewed for 2012. 2 active attendings (1 Neuro and 1 NS), 2 angio tables, very hand-on experience, ONE fellow each year. very good on stroke
 

snakesonaplane

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Just wondering, but is it possible to do diagnostic neurorads after doing a neurology residency (without having to do training in general radiology)?
 

Ger

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Emory University Hospital + Grady hospital with a brand-new 20-Million neuro ICU + Interventional suite + CT integrated IN the ICU offers IN fellowships predominantly for neurologists... I am not interested in IN but interviewed there for residency and I must say: VERY IMPRESSIVE.