Photograph of Dr. Daniel Mandell

Dr. Daniel Mandell - Divisional Head

Neuroimaging Education

Neuroimaging Research

Neuroradiology Fellowships Offered


The Division of Neuroradiology at the University of Toronto specializes in diagnostic imaging and image-guided therapies for disorders of the brain, head and neck, and spine. With more than forty neuroradiologists, we are the largest academic neuroradiology group in Canada. The Division has expertise in every domain of neuroradiology, and our physicians are international leaders in education, research, and clinical practice.

Our Education Program

Our neuroradiology training program is accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada as a two-year subspecialty residency program leading to certification in neuroradiology. The program includes rotations at all fully-affiliated hospitals of the University of Toronto (Hospital for Sick Children, University Health Network, Sinai Health System, St. Michael’s Hospital, and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre). We also offer fellowships at individual hospitals in focused areas such as pediatric and interventional neuroradiology. We educate medical students and residents, and welcome observers from around the world. 

Our Research Program

The Division participates in the Clinician Investigator Program at the University of Toronto. Residents, fellows, and faculty have completed master’s and doctoral degrees in disciplines ranging from basic science to development of novel neuroimaging techniques and health services research. Our faculty are principal investigators on projects funded by national peer-reviewed agencies and industry. Division faculty have appointments at the University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies and supervise both clinical and non-clinical research trainees. 

Our Clinical Practice

Residents, fellows, and faculty gather every week for city-wide neuroradiology rounds. Our learners and faculty participate in multidisciplinary rounds that cover the full range of subspecialty clinical care from neonatal neuroimaging rounds and pediatric neurometabolic rounds to adult neurodegenerative and movement disorder rounds.