Cleveland Clinic offers two ACGME-accredited Neuroradiology fellowships in Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology and Diagnostic Neuroradiology.
The Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology fellowship provides trainees an organized comprehensive, full-time educational experience and is available to candidates with appropriate prior training in Neurosurgery, Neuroradiology and Stroke Neurology. Uniquely, Cleveland Clinic allows fellows to train under staff from all three backgrounds, offering contrasting and complementary perspectives on endovascular therapeutic techniques. Each fellow’s training experience will be honed to allow the fellow to both maintain previously acquired competencies, as well as acquire new skills appropriate to current endovascular practice.
Training and Teaching
Fellows work closely in a collegial environment with staff and fellows from Vascular Neurosurgery, Neurocritical Care, Vascular Neurology and Diagnostic Neuroradiology, while providing both procedural and clinical care to our patients. Elective procedures include a large volume of unruptured aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations as well as intracranial atherosclerotic disease. Emergency cases involve nearly equal amounts of hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke.
Fellows work in both an academic center environment as well as at an outpatient environment at outlying, affiliated hospitals, providing exposure to different types of work-flow. Diversity in our staff backgrounds and training heritage provide a rich exposure to different technical approaches to lesions as well as to research interests.
Each fellow will work with staff mentors to draft and execute research projects. We are actively involved with multiple clinical trials, and focus primarily on translational, device oriented research.
Fellows will rotate home call typically on a Q3 basis, one week at a time.
Application requirements for the Neurocritical Care Fellowship include:
- Completion of postgraduate residency in Neurosurgery, Fellowship in Neuroradiology or fellowship in Stroke Neurology is required.
- Graduates of programs outside the United States must have a valid ECFMG certificate.
- Applicants should qualify for an unrestricted Ohio medical license.
- Completion of the Cleveland Clinic Residency/Fellowship application along with the following documentation:
- Personal statement of interest
- Curriculum vitae
- Letter from residency program director
- Minimum two letters or recommendation from clinical supervising physicians
- Certificate(s) of previous training
- Medical School Diploma
- Certified copy of current ECFMG certificate and qualifying exam
Send all application materials to:
Thomas J. Masaryk, MD
Chair, Diagnostic Radiology
Staff, Cerebrovascular Center
9500 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44195
For further information, contact
Kim Edmond, Program Coordinator