NeuroradiologistJob ID 159909BR Date posted 09/08/2021
- Rochester, Minnesota
- Full Time
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Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN seeks a strong clinical fellowship trained Neuroradiologist who is CAQ-certified or CAQ- eligible and desires an advanced clinical practice with opportunities for research and education. This opportunity offers a collegial work environment, a competitive benefits package, and an excellent quality of practice. Interest and skill in image-guided spine intervention, active research interest, and/or diagnostic sub-specialty expertise is highly desired.
Our Neuroradiology group consists of more than 50 dedicated clinical and research neuroradiologists, physician assistants and imaging scientists. Our active clinical practice conducted over 90,000 MRI exams in 2020 on a collective fleet of 43 MRI scanners on the Rochester campus. These exams include multiple advanced imaging techniques, including fMRI. A 7T magnet for clinical use as well as research purposes has recently been added to the fleet. In addition, a clinical PET/MRI scanner is fully operational, allowing for practice growth and research possibilities particularly in the areas of epilepsy imaging, head and neck malignancy, dementia, and brain tumor imaging. The practice also includes the full scope of CT, fluoroscopy and interventional and procedure-based modalities, including image guided biopsy, spine injection and intervention, tumor ablation, and myelography, as well as diagnostic and interventional neuroangiography. An active intraoperative MRI suite and a hybrid procedural suite currently serve as centers of our growing neurointerventional practice operated in concert with neurosurgeons and neurologists. MR guided laser interstitial thermal therapies are frequently performed and MR guided focused ultrasound for treatment of neurological conditions is now being deployed.
Extensive educational opportunities exist, particularly given Mayo Clinic’s global patient mix. There are 6 Neuroradiology fellowship positions available each year and there are over 50 trainees in our residency program. Numerous research opportunities are present on multiple fronts given our close working relationships with clinical colleagues, and we benefit from strong physicist and scientist support.
Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.
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