- To be a leader in providing prompt, safe and accurate neurodiagnostic studies in central Massachusetts
- To enhance medical knowledge through regular conferences, journal clubs and lectures
- To train and produce future leaders in Neuroradiology.
The department has four multidetector newest generation CT scanners capable of doing very fast scan. The department also has four clinical 1.5 Tesla magnets, one each in the University and the Memorial campus and two in the outpatient clinic. The neuro division also has a research 3T magnet.
The division of diagnostic Neuroradiology has four full time and two part time faculty members. All of them are Board certified. Two of them also have certificate of added qualification in Neuroradiology.
1. CT- routine head, neck, temporal bones, face
2. CT angiogram
3. CT perfusion
1. Routine MRI of the head and neck including pediatric patients
2. MR perfusion
3. MR spectroscopy
4. Diffusion tensor imaging
1. Lumbar puncture
The division of Neuroradiology has two ACGME accredited fellowship positions per year.