For Physicians: Subspecialties - Neuroradiology

NEURORADIOLOGY by TRG

TRG fellowship-trained radiologists are available 7 days a week for consultation in cutting-edge neuroimaging. State-of the art equipment includes multislice CT scanners, 3T and 1.5T MRI scanners, and intra-operative MRI. Advanced techniques include MR spectroscopy, perfusion imaging, functional imaging, and neurointerventional procedures.

Procedures:

  • MRI and CT of the brain and spine
  • MRI neurography
  • MRI and CT of the orbits
  • MRI and CT of the skull base and cranial nerves
  • MRI and Nuclear medicine CSF flow studies
  • Myelography
  • Pain management procedures, including epidural and facet injections, and nerve blocks
  • Endovascular therapies, including aneurysm coiling, vascular malformation embolization, and arterial stenting

Neuroradiologists:

Darshan Acharya, MD

Specialty:
Neuroradiology, Head and Neck

Fellowship:
Emory University

Residency:
Memorial Health University Medical Center

Medical School:
Medical College of Georgia

Diego Covarrubias, MD

Specialty:
Neuroradiology/Head and Neck

Fellowship:
Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts

Residency:
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota

Medical School:
University of California at Irvine

Ryan Crawford, MD

Specialty:
Neuroradiology

Fellowship:
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Residency:
Norwalk Hospital

Medical School:
New York Medical College

Ben Jacobson, MD

Specialty:
Neuroradiology / Head and Neck

Fellowship:
University of California, Los Angeles

Residency:
University of Arizona, Diagnostic Radiology

Medical School:
Oregon Health and Sciences University