Neuroradiology Radiology Clerkship

Course #CLNS 882

Credit: Elective-Clinical

Duration: 4 weeks

Note:Not available Winter Break

Students per Rotation: 1

Contact: Jesse Hernandez, 505-272-2119,

Faculty Evaluator: Marc Mabray, MD

Prerequisites: None but Diagnostic Radiology is suggested

In-depth exposure to neuroradiology, including clinical applications of brain and spine adult imaging, pediatric neuroimaging, and head and neck (ENT and ophthalmologic) disorders. Also provides the opportunity to pursue investigation into specific topics, either collaborative research with a faculty member in the Department of Radiology or case report and literature review.
Exposure through current clinical material of all major areas of neuroradiology, as well as introduction to associated procedures.  Design and initiate research on a specific case or topic, with a goal of publication in a peer-reviewed literature or department-sponsored Internet case presentation.
Observational: N/A
Clinical: N/A
Research: N/A
Teaching: N/A
Required: N/A

Amount and type: Daily supervision by Neuroradiology Attending Physicians

Didactic Content: Daily Neuroradiology film reading. Weekly Neuroradiology conference. Monthly tumor board.

Criteria for Outstanding grade: Active participation in breadth of Neuroradiology clinical work and performance.  Also review of research work and presentation.