Thank you for your interest in the 1-year ACGMEAccreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Accredited Neuroradiology Fellowship Program at the Augusta University Medical Center of Medical College of Georgia. We offer two slots annually for our program.

Our program is designed to provide trainees with the necessary clinical, technical, academic, and research skills required to be a successfully practicing independent neuroradiologist. The educational program is organized to provide comprehensive in-depth training and experience in the evaluation and diagnosis of patients in all aspects of Neuroradiology including brain, spine, and head & neck imaging for both pediatric and adult patients. 

Applicants for this position should be graduated from an ACGME-accredited Diagnostic Radiology Program and should be board eligible or already certified by the American Board of Radiology. Our program offers additional training (6 months - 1 year) in our NSTNon-standard Training program upon discussion of career goals and strengths.

About Our Program


Augusta University Medical Center (AUMC) is a Comprehensive Stroke Center and level one trauma center. AUMC shares a campus and is attached to the Childrens Hospital of Georgia which serves as a level 4 NICU and regional safety net hospital. Our Neuroradiology section performs over 50,000 neuroimaging studies annually with state-of-the-art equipment including three 3T MRIs, two 1.5T MRIs, and four multidetector CT scanners, which are split between hospital and outpatient imaging settings. 

Diagnostic modalities covered in the training program include x-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), CT angiography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), MR angiography, fetal MRI, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), functional MRI (fMRI), MR spectroscopy (MRS), and other advanced imaging techniques including CT and MR perfusion. Neuroendovascular procedures are performed in two state-of-the-art biplane angiography suites. Fellows have the elective opportunities to rotate in our active neuroendovascular surgery service with rotations also available in neurovascular ultrasound, anesthesiology pain management, and neuropathology. 

In addition to diagnostic training, the program provides trainees with extensive hands-on procedural experience utilizing fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT, and conventional angiography including but not limited to; cervical and lumbar punctures (diagnostic and/or therapeutic), intrathecal chemotherapy, subarachnoid medication injections, myelography, epidural blood patches, pain management procedures, sclerotherapy, vertebral augmentation (vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty, sacroplasty), medial branch radiofrequency ablation (RFA), spinal radiofrequency ablation (RFA), and a gamut of head, neck, and spine biopsies and drainages. 

Fellows are integral members of the Neuroradiology service and actively contribute to all aspects of daily patient care. In addition to image interpretation, fellows complete pre-procedure patient evaluation, perform procedures, and manage post-procedure patient care. The department provides opportunities for fellows to participate in teaching conferences, didactic lectures, journal clubs, and morbidity & mortality conferences. Ongoing multi-disciplinary conferences and tumor boards (e.g. neuro oncology, head and neck surgery, pediatric, epilepsy, neuroendovascular) also supplement the clinical experience.  

Fellows are encouraged to play an active role in tailoring their training experience to help best prepare them for their future practice needs. Fellows work closely with seven board-certified neuroradiologists, six of whom also hold Certificates of Added Qualification in Neuroradiology. Three faculty members are senior members of the American Society of Neuroradiology, and all faculty members are academically productive with a range of research projects available for collaboration. 

Contact Us

Diagnostic Radiology Residency | Radiology & Imaging

Scott Forseen, MD
Program Director

Alexzondria Montgomery
Program Coordinator






Neuroradiology Faculty

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Scott Forseen, MD

  • Neuroradiology Program Director, Section Chief & Associate Professor of Neuroradiology
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Ramon E. Figueroa, MD, FACR

  • Professor of
  • Neuroradiology
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B. Curtiss Gilbert, MD

  • Associate Professor of
  • Neuroradiology
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Annette Johnson, MD

  • Department Chair, Professor of Neuroradiology
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Pryianka Minhas, MD

  • Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology
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William Parker, MD

  • Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology
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Ambur Reddy, MD

  • Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology


Application Process


Eligible candidates for this position should be graduated from an ACGME-accredited Diagnostic Radiology Program and should be board eligible or already certified by the American Board of Radiology. To ensure licensure, candidates must have passed the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 3. We sponsor J1 visa applications; we do not sponsor H1 visa for the fellowship program.

How to apply

The application and all supporting documentation must be submitted through ERASElectronic Residency Application Service in the December Application cycle and will participate in the Radiology Subspecialty Match. The academic year begins in July. Application materials outside of ERAS are not accepted.

apply with ERAS®


Neuroradiology Fellowship ERAS 



Applicants begin applying to programs 



Programs begin receiving applications 

December - March


Review applications & interviews 



ERAS season officially closes 




July 1 (1 year later)


Fellows begin training


All radiology trainees are selected through the NRMPNational Resident Matching Program. In order to participate in this program, you must register through this service, available online.

Application Checklist

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • USMLEUnited States Medical Licensing Examination  or COMLEXComprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination transcript
  • 3 letters of recommendation (1 from Program Director)
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