Pediatric Neuroradiology

This one-year subspecialty program is for those who have completed either an ACGME accredited pediatric or neuroradiology fellowship. The neuroradiology section reads over 100,000 cases and performs more than 2,700 procedures each year, with 100% of cases reviewed with faculty who are recognized experts in their fields. And thanks to a nationally ranked tertiary medical center, world-class neuroscience institute and partnership with St. Louis Children’s Hospital, fellows receive unparalleled training in pediatric neuroradiology.

You will have a dedicated pedatric neuroradiologist curriculum per ASPNR recommendations, rotating through pediatric head US at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, adult neuroradiology service at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and pediatric neurosurgery clinic, including floor rounds, ICU and OR. The pediatric neuroradiology fellows will also serve as instructor of radiology during that year with moonlighting opportunities.

  • One fellow is accepted into the program per academic year
  • Prerequisite: ACGME-accredited pediatric radiology fellowship or ACGME-accredited neuroradiology fellowship
  • Fellows will complete a research project or quality/safety improvement project
  • Dedicated curriculum with components tailored to the individual fellow’s experiences, goals and strengths
  • Unique elective opportunities include: rotations through allied clinical departments, head and spine ultrasound, fluoroscopic- and ultrasound-guided spine procedures, and longitudinal teaching/administrative experiences

Home call weekdays overnight (one night at a time) and weekend call (daytime review followed by home call at completion of hospital duties), split evenly among fellows throughout the year.

MIR provides a full diagnostic home work station with full computer functionality through a VPN (access to PACS, Epic, etc). We also offer a wide range of helpful resources and competitive benefits for trainees. Salary for this position will be based on a separate payscale from the fellow stipends.

Fellows who maintain full Missouri medical licensure have extensive opportunities to moonlight at several BJH locations, either remotely or in person. This allows fellows to supplement their income and at the same time maintain their general diagnostic radiology skills.

Program Director

Ali Y. Mian, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology


MIR’s nationally-recognized team treats patients from throughout the Midwest who experience neurological symptoms and are looking for a precise and quick diagnosis.

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