Neuroimaging Fellowship

UCNS-Accredited Neuroimaging Fellowship

Welcome to a description of our neuroimaging fellowship. It was accredited by the United Council for Neurological Subspecialties in 2015. Our graduating fellows passed the credentialing exam on the first try and with top performance. As neurologists skilled in Neuroimaging, they have many professional opportunities.

 

The director of the neuroimaging fellowship, Joseph Masdeu, MD, PhD, is the author of two Neuroimaging volumes in the prestigious Handbook of Clinical Neurology (2016).

 

Neuroimaging integrates the information obtained from imaging studies with the rest of the data available from each patient. This approach is critical for the appropriate choice of imaging study:

Likewise, integration of the imaging study with the clinical outcome is critical for feedback to the fellow on image interpretation and therefore learning:

 

 

The fellowship requires 12 months dedicated to neuroimaging but there is flexibility in structuring this time. To acquire a well-rounded experience, the fellow rotates through general neurology and subspecialty services.

 

The neuroimaging fellowship at Houston Methodist includes clinical and, for fellows with research interest, research components as well.

Program Coordinator

Vicky Wenzlawsh
Tel. 713.363.9589
Fax. 713.796.9700
vwenzlawsh@houstonmethodist.org

Stanley H. Appel Department of Neurology 
6560 Fannin St.
Scurlock Tower, 8th Floor
Houston, TX 77030
713.441.3780

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