The Division of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology at the University of Virginia offers ACGME-accredited fellowship positions in Neuroradiology to candidates who have completed an ACGME-accredited residency in Diagnostic Radiology or in an RCPSC-accredited or CFPC-accredited residency program located in Canada. Having passed the ABR Core Exam and be eligible to sit for the Certifying Exam, or equivalent, as well as the ability to obtain a license to practice medicine in Virginia is also required.
We participate in the Neuroradiology Radiology Fellowship Match administered by the National Residency Match Program (NRMP), and use the universal fellowship application designed by the Association of Program Directors in Radiology.
How to Apply
We participate in the Neuroradiology Radiology Fellowship Match administered by the National Residency Match Program (NRMP), and use the universal fellowship application designed by the Association of Program Directors in Radiology. Applicants should register with NRMP. Completion of an accredited four-year radiology residency program, sat and passed USMLE Steps I, II CS, II CK, III are prerequisites for acceptance.
International medical graduates are welcome to apply to our fellowships. Fellows are selected on the basis of their medical training, general and academic achievements, and personal qualities. No preference is given to any particular medical school or geographic area, nor is race, sex, or national origin a consideration. International medical graduates need to have a permanently validated ECFMG certificate and have passed USMLE Steps I, II CS, II CK, III. They will be offered a visa for the duration of their fellowship.
If you are interested in applying for the 2018-19 Academic year, please complete your candidate profile online at Jobs@UVA and search for Job Posting #0618986.
Three current letters of recommendation, including one from your radiology residency program director; letters should come from those persons who are familiar with your recent training and current professional activities. Letters of recommendation may be sent via email, however, this must come from the account of the author or his/her designee (program coordinator, administrative assistant).