Division of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology
The Division of Diagnostic & Interventional Neuroradiology is comprised of 8 diagnostic faculty, 2 interventional faculty, and 5 fellows, specializing in brain, ear/nose/throat, and spine imaging. We have over 100 years of combined diagnostic and interventional imaging experience in our division. And unlike many other institutions, our radiologists work exclusively with the brain, ear/nose/throat, and spine—rendering a quality of care unmatched in the area.
Our neuroradiologists provide skilled and compassionate care for patients and our expertise in this field is extensive:
- CT and MRI technology and advanced imaging techniques including perfusion imaging, spectroscopy, diffusion tensor imaging, and functional MR imaging.
- Imaging patients with headaches, seizures, and cerebrovascular conditions such as stroke, aneurysms, and carotid atherosclerotic disease.
- Imaging adult and pediatric patients with brain, head, and neck tumors, and patients who have suffered traumatic brain injury, or who are affected with neurodegenerative conditions.
- Imaging and providing diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for patients with back pain, such as nerve blocks, facet blocks and epidural injections (performed under CT guidance, ensuring that those injections are applied exactly around the targeted anatomic structure, in order to achieve optimal results.)
- Performing vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty procedures of the spine.
With a 24/7 coverage, we offer minimally invasive techniques to treat patients, and follow up with their clinics in combination with a multidisciplinary team of neurologists and neurological surgeons.
We are proud to offer exceptional service to our patients and referring physicians. Our top priority is to ensure that each patient has a first-rate experience while in our care. We are also committed to providing referring physicians with high-quality radiology reports in a timely manner, as well as immediate access to our radiologists to discuss results.
Education: Fellowship Program
For qualified physicians interested in advanced training, the The Division of Diagnostic & Interventional Neuroradiology seeks candidates for several non-tenured clinical instructor positions. Candidates must have an MD or equivalent, and have successfully completed a diagnostic radiology residency at an ACGME accredited institution.
Radiology and Medical Imaging
Note: Patients must have a referral from a doctor to make an appointment.
434-982-1736: Penny Guy- admin assistant
Research: UVA NeuroImaging Lab
The UVA NeuroImaging Lab is comprised of researchers dedicated to advancing scientific knowledge, education, and training in the field of CT and MRI technology and advanced imaging techniques such as perfusion imaging, spectroscopy, diffusion tensor imaging, and functional imaging.