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Interventional Neuroradiology is a growing specialty primarily dedicated to the treatment of disorders of the blood vessels of the neck and brain from inside the blood vessels. Diagnostic Neuroradiology is also a rapidly growing area because of exciting new technical advancements in CT and MRI.

The Penn Division of Neuroradiology is among the top programs in the United States with a full complement of outstanding faculty and staff dedicated to providing excellent clinical care, cutting-edge research and first-rate education.

We provide state-of-the-art imaging including MR spectroscopy for the study of brain tumors and epilepsy, MR and CT perfusion imaging for the study of stroke and brain tumors, and high quality MR and CT angiography for the noninvasive study of the arteries that supply the brain. We also provide high level of expertise in imaging Head and Neck Cancer.

Faculty consists of 10 neuroradiologists with sub-specialty expertise in head and neck, spine, brain, neurovascular, and advanced MR imaging. In addition, we have 8 neuroradiology fellows in training.

Our state-of-the-art equipment consists of the following:

  • Eight 1.5T and three 3T state of the art clinical MR systems
  • 1.5T and 3T dedicated research MR scanners
  • Seven multidetector CT scanners, as well as a portable 8-slice unit
  • Two biplane neuroangiography suites (one with rotational capabilities)

Neuroradiology Imaging Faculty List