University of Toronto neuroradiology training is fully accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada as a 2-year subspecialty residency program for those certified (or eligible for certification) in diagnostic radiology by the Royal College. Those completing the 2-year program are eligible to sit the Royal College neuroradiology certification exam.
It is possible to take one year of the program in combination with additional training in interventional neuroradiology or pediatric neuroradiology or a full-time neuroradiology research position. Such additional neuroradiology activities can qualify as the 2nd year of the Royal College program, with eligibility to take the exam.
Those not under Canadian Royal College designation may still take the same program as fellows but are not eligible to sit the Royal College neuroradiology certification exam.
By virtue of program accreditation, trainees with the American Board of Radiology certificate are eligible for the CAQ exam (certificate of added qualification) in neuroradiology.
Dr. Matylda Machnowska, MD, FRCPC (she/her)
Assistant Professor - Program Director, Neuroradiology