The Department of Radiology at Wake Forest School of Medicine offers a one-year neuroradiology fellowship starting July 1 and ending June 30 of the following year.
Radiology residents who’d like to begin a fellowship immediately following the completion of their residency should apply in the late fall or early winter of their third year of radiology residency.
We participate in the Neuroradiology Fellowship Match administered by the National Residency Match Program (NRMP) and use the universal fellowship application designed by the Association of Program Directors in Radiology.
Minimum qualifications include successful completion of a diagnostic radiology residency, board certification by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) or equivalent and the ability to obtain a license to practice medicine in North Carolina. A personal interview is required unless there are exceptional circumstances.
Candidates who match will be notified by email of available interview dates
Submitting an Application
Completed applications, letters of recommendation, and supporting documents should be addressed to Dr. Lack.
For all other questions, including requests for application materials as well as inquiries about the process, interview arrangements, or the receipt of materials, please send an email to Ms. Sandra Smith.
- Completed Neuroradiology Fellowship application
- USMLE Step I, II, and III scores / Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination (COMLEX) scores
- Dean's letter from medical school
- Curriculum vitae
- Exchange Commission of Foreign Medical Graduates certification (if applicable)
- Personal statement or letter of interest explaining career choice and goals
- Three letters of recommendation addressed to the program director
- Current photograph
Invitations for interviews will be sent by email from our fellowship coordinator. Interviews may also be conducted via Skype or Facetime media if travel or time restrictions exist.
Foreign Medical Graduates
We accept foreign medical graduates into our program. We look for well-qualified candidates and prefer applicants that have had U.S. clinical experience within the application year. International medical graduates must have completed an ACGME-accredited residency to be considered for an interview. If you need work authorization, our institution accepts J-1 Visas, Employment Authorization Documentation (EAD) and green cards.