The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Indiana University School of Medicine is seeking an interventional neuroradiologist for expanding business in the Indianapolis metropolitan area. This is a fulltime faculty position (clinical or academic track.)
The Department currently provides NIR coverage at a Level 1 Trauma and Primary / Thrombectomy capable stroke center with imminent plans to expand to a second Level 1 Trauma Center / Comprehensive Stroke Center. The NIR group will also provide service for Riley Hospital for Children. All sites are in downtown Indianapolis, in close proximity to each other.
Candidates with excellent interpersonal skills are desired. Our Department is committed to multidisciplinary and team-based approaches to patient care. The Department hosts robust fellowship and residency training programs. A successful candidate would be expected to work effectively with learners at all levels of training.
Strong consideration will be given to those who also demonstrate qualities that further the academic and research interests of the Department. Protected academic time is available for those with active research. Opportunities for practice building and collaboration abound at the academic health center.
Proficiency in all neurointerventional procedures (including aneurysm coiling, flow diversion, intra-arterial treatment for stroke, AVM embolization, intracranial and extracranial angioplasty / stenting, vertebral augmentation) is desired.
Minimum requirements also include DO or MD degree, eligibility for Indiana licensure, and ABR certification or eligibility. Applicants must be fellowship trained in interventional neuroradiology, as well as certified or eligible for subspecialty CAQ certification in neuroradiology.
The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Indiana University School of Medicine continues to strengthen the education, research and clinical programs it offers while fortifying the alignment between the IU School of Medicine and IU Health/ IU Health Physicians. The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences includes 120 clinical faculty, 44 residents, 10 physicists, and 19-research faculty. The department is expanding research infrastructure, training the next generation of health care providers, and recruiting new talent to improve population health in Indiana and beyond.
As part of the department’s core areas of focus, the radiology-teaching faculty are applying new imaging techniques and technologies as well as minimally invasive image-guided procedures to improve health care delivery with a strong focus on quality, safety and outcomes.