The Neuroradiology fellowship program at Allegheny Health
Network (AHN) provides the opportunity to become an active part of a non-profit,
13-hospital academic medical system serving Western Pennsylvania with a large
regional footprint that extends into surrounding states. Graduate Medical Education at AHN is comprised of more than 500 trainees across 46 residency and fellowship programs, among the largest in the country.
We are an ACGME-accredited program offering one year of
post-graduate education in Neuroradiology to one qualified candidate per
year. Centered at our largest academic hospitals, Allegheny General Hospital on Pittsburgh’s North Shore and Western Pennsylvania Hospital (West Penn Hospital) in Bloomfield (Pittsburgh’s “Little Italy”), our program emphasizes excellence in training. As a patient-centered and physician-led health system, we strive to create a remarkable health experience, freeing people to be their best.
Fellows will have access to our extensive network of
subspecialty referrals. Advanced imaging performed at our facilities includes,
but is not limited to: comprehensive stroke imaging, MR perfusion,
time-resolved MRA, MR spectroscopy, functional MRI, head and neck imaging, MR
neurography, CT myelography/cisternography, image-guided interventions
including neuroangiography, and pediatric imaging. Fellows will play an active
role in the numerous multi-disciplinary conferences offered at our health
system including: neuro-oncology tumor board, head and neck tumor board,
neurovascular conference, neurology/neurosurgery combined conference, as well
as our regular divisional interesting case conference. The Simulation,
Teaching, and Academic Research Center (STAR Center), Allegheny Research
Institute, and AHN Cancer Institute further expand the clinical and research
support offered to our trainees.
Our diverse team of outstanding neuroradiology faculty is
currently comprised of 13 fellowship-trained neuroradiologists, each with
unique areas of expertise forming a collegial, inclusive, energetic, and
knowledgeable team. Our program participates in the National Resident Matching
Program (NRMP) and applications can be made through the Electronic Residency
Application Service (ERAS). Applicants must be eligible and approved for
licensure in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Michael Goldberg, MD Fellowship Director, Neuroradiology Allegheny Health Network Michael.Goldberg@ahn.org
Matthew Kulzer, MD Associate Fellowship Director, Neuroradiology Allegheny Health Network Matthew.Kulzer@ahn.org