All individuals seeking to apply to the Neuroradiology Fellowship Program in the Department of Radiology with the College of Medicine at the University of Florida must have satisfactorily completed a diagnostic radiology residency program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC), or other training judged suitable by the program coordinator.
Program History and Unique Opportunities
The fellowship program has been in existence for nearly 30 years. ACGME accreditation was first awarded in 1991.
Clinical and Research Collaborations
At both UF and the VA, the faculty and fellows participate in weekly multidisciplinary conferences in collaboration with oncology, neurology, surgery, radiation oncology, and pathology colleagues as well as speech and dietetics.
We also collaborate with our clinical colleagues on many research projects, both longitudinal prospective studies and retrospective reviews. In addition, UF has one of only a handful of Diagnostic Radiology Physics residency programs, and our radiology and physics faculty and staff often collaborate on research as well.
Fellows must have completed a diagnostic radiology residency prior to matriculation in our fellowship program.
The applications are centralized through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
All interviews for the 2022-23 year will be held remotely. Interviews will be scheduled in February 2021.
Interviewed candidates will then be ranked to match through the National Resident Match Program (NRMP), with a projected match date in June 2021.
How to Apply
Applications for entry into our program July 1, 2021 will commence December 1st. Applications are only accepted via ERAS.
Applicants to the program must have completed, or are completing, a diagnostic radiology residency in an ACGME or RCPSC accredited diagnostic radiology program.
- MyERAS application
- Medical school transcript
- Three letters of recommendation
- USMLE Step I, Step II CK, CS, Step III
- Up to date curriculum vitae
- Medical School Performance Evaluation
- ECFMG certified at the time of application (international medical graduates only)
Please note that we are only able to sponsor J1 visas.
All interviews are scheduled and conducted through Thalmus.
General Interview Structure:
- Our program director, Dr. Massini, will be be hosting a Zoom welcome session at 1:00pm ET each Wednesday in February to kick off the interview day. This will be an opportunity to share a brief overview of the program, as well as for applicants to ask questions in a group format. This will be followed by your individual interview via Thalmus. There is a final group session given by the current fellows via Zoom at 4:30pm ET to close out the interview day. No attendings will be present at this session. Zoom links will be sent out the week of your interview.
- You will receive one 20 minute interview with a panel of interviewers made up of our Neuroradiology Faculty.
- Please make sure you have a quiet, well-lit place to conduct your interview, free from distractions and interruptions.
- Please dress and conduct yourself as you would for an in-person interview.
- Please review the Thalmus Instructions for Applicants document on how to access the virtual platform on interview day.
We appreciate your interest in our program. For questions or additional information, please contact:
Email: SIMMKE@radiology.ufl.edu Fax: 352-265-0592