The Neuroradiology Section is staffed by six dedicated board-certified diagnostic neuroradiologists. The section is based at both Jackson Memorial Hospital and the University of Miami Hospital & Clinics/Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The mission of the Neuroradiology section is to provide the best possible imaging service for our patients through the judicious application of imaging technology. We are committed to scientific research and to the education of medical students, residents and fellows.
The Neuroradiology section of the University of Miami Department of Radiology provides a full complement of advanced neuroimaging techniques.
- Jackson Memorial Hospital
- University of Miami Hospitals & Clinics/Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center
- Applebaum Diagnostic Imaging Center
- Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Areas of Expertise
Special expertise is provided by attendings in head and neck imaging, stroke imaging, pediatric neuroradiology, functional neuroradiology, magnetic resonance imaging, MR spectroscopy, CNS trauma, spine diagnosis and intervention and neurodiagnostic and neurointerventional angiography.
The following resources are available throughout our campus:
- 11 CT machines, including two 128 dual source state of the art CT, 64 slice CT machines and 3 portable CT units
- 5 MR machines, including one 3T unit and four 1.5T units
The Neuroradiology Section participates in numerous weekly interdisciplinary conferences and tumor boards with clinical and surgical specialists. The section is involved in 5 weeks of didactic lectures for residents and fellows during the academic year, with special lecturers invited from neighboring hospitals as well. Additionally, the section gives lectures to medical students of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
Clinical programs of the highest quality are established at the University of Miami School of Medicine in acute stroke, neuroophthalmology (Bascom Palmer Eye Institute rates #1 in the country), skull base neoplasms, pediatric neuroradiology, aneurysms and AVM’s, multiple sclerosis, and Alzheimer’s disease.