Imaging Sciences (Radiology) Fellowship Programs

Neuroradiology Fellowship Program

Welcome from the Program Director

I would like to welcome prospective candidates to the University of Rochester Department of Imaging Sciences Neuroradiology Fellowship Training Program. The Neuroradiology fellowship is a one year ACGME-accredited program that focuses on all aspects of neuroradiology including abnormalities of the central and peripheral nervous system, spine, and head and neck.  Resident teaching, research, and participation in a variety of conferences are expected.

The Neuroradiology section is comprised of seven radiologists and two physician assistants who work with two fellows per year.  The section provides clinical service at the Medical Center and outpatient care at Science Park and University Medical Imaging with state of the art equipment that includes four MRI scanners at the Medical Center, and six MRI scanners dedicated to outpatient care.

For more information about the Neuroradiology fellowship program, please contact our fellowship coordinator, Julie Bissonnette.

Michael J. Potchen, M.D.
Director, Neuroradiology Fellowship Program
Professor of Imaging Sciences