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Senior Neuroradiologist Brussels Belgium

Neuroradiologue Senior Bruxelles Belgique

The “Cliniques Universitaires Saint Luc” (Université Catholique de Louvain) located in Brussels is looking for a senior radiologist in the department of Neuroradiology.

Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc is the largest hospital of Brussels, with 5800 employees and more than 900 beds. Beyond providing optimal patient care, Saint-Luc partners with the “Université Catholique de Louvain” in activities centered on research, innovation and teaching.

Saint-Luc is the first hospital in Europe having obtained the full AAHRPP accreditation, an international recognition that the hospital follows the standards of ethics and quality in the management of its clinical research activities.

Broadly recognized faculty consisting of 3 neuroradiologists, 2 neuro-interventionalists, 15 residents. We offer a large neuroradiology experience including the spectrum of conventional and advanced imaging in Brain, Spine, Head and Neck, Pediatric neuroradiology and interventional procedures. In addition to call responsibilities, weekly academic time is provided for scholarly projects. Ample opportunity to teach trainees and be involved in national and international conferences. State-of-the-art equipment.

Applicants should meet the following criteria: degree in Diagnostic Radiography (delivered from an EU University), large experience in neuroradiology, fluent in French and in English (or at least demonstrate the ability of mastering these 2 languages in the short term)

For further questions or if you are interested in applying, please contact J.M. Lebrun +32 475 97 26 29 Any contacts or questions will be treated in complete confidentiality.

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Boston Medical Center Department of Radiology is accepting applications for an immediate fellowship position in the Section of Neuroradiology. Work with an internationally recognized faculty consisting of 10 neuroradiologists, 2 neuro-interventionalists, 40 residents and 4 PhDs. We offer a well-rounded neuroradiology experience including the spectrum of conventional and advanced imaging in Brain, Spine, Head and Neck, Pediatric neuroradiology and interventional procedures. There is a structured blended-curriculum highlighting important clinical and non-clinical topics. In addition to call responsibilities, weekly academic time is provided for scholarly projects. Ample opportunity to teach trainees and be involved in region and national conferences. Numerous collegial interdepartmental conferences in a supportive and positive work environment. State-of-the-art equipment. Excellent benefits.

The fellowship could also serve as a year towards the alternate pathway.

Boston University School of Medicine Center for Translation Neurotrauma Imaging (CTNI) is an international leader in translational research for brain injury and Alzheimer’s disease. The fellowship offers opportunities to work with world leaders in acute and chronic neurotrauma and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

Boston Medical Center (BMC) is a private, not-for-profit, 514-bed, academic medical center located in Boston's historic South End. The primary teaching affiliate for Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), BMC is the largest safety net hospital and busiest trauma and emergency services center in New England. BMC is unwavering in its commitment to the community with 57% of patients from under-served populations.

Boston University Medical Campus has a rich history dating back to 1848, when it began as the New England Female Medical College, the first institution in the United States to offer medical education to women and the first to graduate a black female physician. In 1873, the medical college merged with Boston University, becoming the first coeducational medical school in the nation. BUSM alumni include the first black female physician and the first Native American physician. Recruiting and retaining a heterogeneous student body and faculty are a priority. We firmly believe in diversity of culture, race, and gender—and also ideas, solutions, and perspectives as critical components of achieving excellence at BUSM.

If you are interested in applying for our neuroradiology fellowship, please submit an application along with three letters of recommendation, personal statement, current CV and USMLE scores.

Contact Information:

  • Harprit Singh Bedi M.D., Associate Professor
  • Program Director, BU Neuroradiology Fellowship
  • Email:


  • Dionne Zhen, Fellowship program Coordinator
  • Email:
  • Tel: 617-414-4978

Boston Medical Center. Department of Radiology. 820 Harrison Ave. FGH building, 4th floor. Boston, MA 02118

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School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences

Department of Cancer Imaging


PhD Position Available:

Optimizing Neuroimaging in the Management of Brain Tumours

Using Artificial Intelligence

We are looking for PhD students to work on an exciting project on the application of machine learning to neuroimaging. You will be joining a truly multi-disciplinary research team and have the opportunity to work with different experts in this field of research.

For discussion, please contact Dr Tom Booth at or Dr Marc Modat at

To apply, visit (EPSRC DTP) or (MRC DTP, under Theme 4)


1 Year Research Fellowship Position Opportunity for Physicians-in-Training, Junior Staff, or PhD Candidate:

Who are we?

The University of Calgary’s Department of Clinical Neurosciences proves highest clinical and scientific expertise in stroke treatment (around 1600 stroke admissions per year). We are passionate about stroke research and translating this into clinical practice.

Having conducted several multicentric trials on ischemic stroke treatment (ESCAPE, SWIFT-PRIME, INTERRSECT), as well as a meta-analysis summarizing the five major positive IATstroke trials (HERMES), the department has played a leading role in the field of stroke treatment and neurointerventional research. TheDepartment of Clinical Neurosciences is currently conducting additional multicentric international randomized controlled trials such as ESCAPE-NA1 and TEMPOII.

What is the research fellowship about?

Your research will focus on the validation of imaging tools for the use in acute ischemic stroke, with a special focuson multiphase CT angiography (mCTA), an innovative and robust imaging method that has been developed here in the Calgary Stroke Program. Your projects will focus on automatization and machine learning based image interpretation systems for acute ischemic stroke detection and therapy. You will also be involved in the development of new imaging tools to diagnose acute ischemic stroke.


What are we looking for?

You should have a medical background (e.g. radiologist, neurologist or neurosurgeon in training), or be interested in pursuing a PhD in stroke imaging research. Background knowledge of statistics and writing expertise are necessary. Basic familiarity with machine learning and computer programming is preferred however not a requirement. Independent work on projects and writing of manuscripts is essential.

Benefits for your Career:

  • chance for several publications and conference abstracts
  • insights into management of multi-center trials
  • the possibility to develop and validate your work on several comprehensive large multinational database
  • a highly motivated and diverse team with high expertise in stroke research and clinical stroke management
  • beautiful mountains and national parks just around the corner!

If you are interested and would like to find out more about the 1 year fellowship, please contact:

Lori Herard -