The Neuroradiology Fellowship Program at Indiana University School of Medicine is focused on the wellbeing of its fellows. In this program, trainees will find a strong sense of camaraderie amongst their co-fellows and staff. In fact, the program's close-knit community continues to be one of the highlights of the program.
From conferences to fun social outings, trainees have plenty of opportunities to get to know their cohort and staff within the Neuroradiology Division. Some notable wellness events include indoor axe-throwing, outdoor trail hiking, ziplining and indoor go-carting!
It's known across the country that the Neuroradiology Fellowship Program at IU School of Medicine attracts the best. In fact, program graduates have an excellent hiring history, with trainees being able to pick and choose the private practice or academic institution of their liking. Today, many graduates are working at various practices and institutions across the country. Additionally, fellows, like Wes Ingram, MD, often continue their professional development at IU School of Medicine by joining as faculty members within the department. There's no doubt that this program's strong and robust alumni network is a major perk for trainees!