The Neuroradiology Division of the Department of Radiology at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, AZ seeks an ABR, Neuroradiology Subspecialty-Certified radiologist to join a growing subspecialty-focused division. The ideal candidate is an early – mid career academic diagnostic neuroradiologist with experience in advanced neuroimaging techniques (MR Perfusion, MR Spectroscopy, high-field MRI, CTA/CT perfusion, dual energy CT). Our new colleague will enjoy an academic 100% neuroradiology position prioritizing clinical care, while offering research and education opportunities. The division consists of a diverse, progressive team of eleven diagnostic neuroradiologists interpreting MRI, CT, and radiographic examinations and performing diagnostic and therapeutic CT and fluoroscopic guided procedures for adult patients. Our comprehensive practice includes collaborative research and educational opportunities in the areas of spine, stroke, epilepsy, brain tumor, neurodegenerative and head and neck imaging. The position will not entail any endovascular procedures.
Mayo Clinic Arizona offers limitless opportunities for professional and academic growth in a cooperative environment. The Department of Radiology emphasizes high quality patient care and maintains an excellent working relationship with other disciplines. Candidates must be interested in a collaborative team-based practice and be willing to work closely with our colleagues in neurosurgery, physical medicine & rehabilitation, oncology, otolaryngology, and neurology. The Neuroradiology Division enjoys strong allied health, medical physics, and administrative support.
The Department of Radiology at Mayo Clinic Arizona consists of 64 radiologists, 5 physicists, 18 residents (approved expansion to 28) and 6 fellows. Radiology equipment currently includes 11 MRI scanners (8 of which are 3 Tesla), one 3T PET/MRI, one 3T intraoperative MRI, 2 PET/CT scanners, 8 CT scanners, and an upcoming installation of a photon-counting CT, a clinical/research 7 Tesla MRI scanner and 2 additional clinical MRs in 2024.
The successful candidate will be joining a growing institution of over 700 physicians and scientists nationally recognized for excellence. Mayo Clinic Arizona is ranked No.1 in the state of Arizona by U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals and 18th in the nation. Mayo Clinic Arizona is a tertiary referral center for complex neurologic and head and neck disorders, has a top ranked medical school, and is affiliated with Arizona State University through an Alliance for Healthcare partnership.
The ongoing Mayo Clinic “Arizona. Bold. Forward” campaign has committed $750 million and an additional 1.6 million square feet to the Phoenix campus, which will double its size and result in 375 inpatient beds. In partnership with Arizona State University, Mayo Clinic Arizona has begun planning Discovery Oasis, a 120-acre medical research biotechnology innovation hub that will be located adjacent to the Mayo Clinic Hospital campus.
Enjoy a great lifestyle and thrive in a dynamic, stimulating clinical practice with cutting-edge technology! The Phoenix and Scottsdale Mayo Clinic Arizona campuses are in the beautiful Sonoran Desert. Known as the Valley of the Sun, the region is home to more than 4 million diverse residents in 25 cities and towns. Phoenix is the fifth largest city in the nation, a sunny "desert metropolis" that offers the amenities of a big city amid a strikingly beautiful, rugged, southwest landscape. Scottsdale’s nearly 250,000 residents enjoy a vibrant mix of culinary hot spots, arts and entertainment, professional and collegiate sports teams, outdoor recreation, quality schools, and abundant community resources. Scottsdale is frequently praised as a highly desirable place to live. The region's desert climate promotes an outdoor lifestyle with a full complement of sports and recreation.