The neuroradiology fellowship program at Loma Linda University provides academic level training across subspecialities within neuroradiology. Two first year fellowship ACGME accredited positions are offed for radiologist, allowing more increased hands-on experience within the clinical field, including interventional radiology exposure. Our program is one of the few programs that offers a wide range of angiographic experiences including carotid stenting, stroke intervention and aneurysm embolization at the neuroradiology fellowship level and has been a comprehensive stroke center since 2017. We are also unique because we tailor fellow's rotation based on his/her interested. In addition to clinical training, we provide our fellows multiple skill sets in research, teaching, and leadership with quality mentors.
All faculty in our program have experiences in academic research, three of them are fellows of the GE Radiology Research Academic Fellowship (GERRAF) program. The LLUMC neuroradiology fellowship seeks to further the healing and teaching ministry of Jesus Christ "to make man whole" by educating ethical and proficient health professionals and scholars in neuroradiology through instruction, example, and the pursuit of truth; we train neuroradiologists who will be able to succeed in either academic or private practice settings.
For information regarding the Loma Linda University Medical Center radiology residency program please contact:
Neuroradiology Fellowship Program
- Paggie Kim, MD MPH FAAP, Neuro Program Director
- Susie Rabadan, Neuroradiology Residency Program Coordinator
Loma Linda University Medical Center
Department of Radiology
11234 Anderson Street Suite 2605 East
Loma Linda, CA 92354 909-558-4000 Ext. 43313
Applications and Inquiries
Loma Linda University Medical Center's diagnostic radiology residency program accepts applications through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service). We typically hold interviews in February through April.