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Pediatric Neuroradiology

Why UT Southwestern

Approved by the Texas Medical Board (TMB), our Pediatric Neuroradiology Fellowship program is centered at Children’s Health℠ Children's Medical Center Dallas, a private, nonprofit, tertiary-care pediatric hospital and Level I trauma center that is the primary pediatric teaching hospital for UT Southwestern. Fellows gain extensive exposure to all neuroimaging modalities including CT, MR imaging, brain SPECT, and PET. Advanced imaging modalities including MR spectroscopy, DTI, and perfusion imaging, as well as presurgical motor and language mapping are included in the clinical experience.

Our Mission

We educate fellows in a Texas Medical Board-certified residency program in Pediatric Neuroradiology. Trainees have a variety of pre-fellowship experience, ranging from small community to larger academic residency programs. Fellows typically have completed a fellowship in Neuroradiology or Pediatric Radiology.

Program Aims

  • Produce Pediatric Neuroradiologists who will be successful, whether in private practice or an academic setting.
  • Impart a core set of concepts and abilities to trainees through a standardized curriculum of lectures, case conferences, multidisciplinary conferences, as well as work experience.
  • Introduce the concept of quality in Pediatric Neuroradiology though involvement in a performance improvement project, quality committee participation, and involvement in the Peer Learning process.
  • Participate in a research project and attend a national meeting with a focus in Pediatric Neuroradiology. Additionally, fellows gain an improved ability to critically evaluate scientific literature in Pediatric Neuroradiology.
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