Application & Exam Fees
- If you were previously certified by the ABR in Neuroradiology, please contact the office at 520-790-2900 for instructions. This application is only for first-time applicants.
- Within 7-10 business days after submitting your application, you will receive an email from ABR staff notifying you that your application has been received, and instructions on paying the $640 application fee via myABR.
- Once the application fee has been paid, your application will be processed and reviewed.
- If your application is approved, you will receive an email notifying you of the approval, and instructions on paying the $1280 exam fees via myABR. The exam fee must be paid in order to register for the exam.
- If your application is not approved, you will receive an email outlining the reason your application was not accepted. You would then re-apply in the future when you meet the application requirements.
More information is available on the ABR website:
Before you begin this form
You must have the following documents scanned and saved to your computer, as you will need to attach these within the application. You cannot save the application and return to it later.
If applying via the Standard/Fellowship Pathway:
- A copy of your fellowship certificate or an official letter (on letterhead) signed by your program director, documenting your ACGME-accredited neuroradiology fellowship training, including dates.
- An official letter (on letterhead) from your department head, documenting your post-training practice experience, with dates and percentage of time devoted to neuroradiology. (A minimum of 15 hours per week must be devoted to neuroradiology).
If applying via the Alternate/Practice Pathway:
- An official letter (on letterhead) signed by your department chair documenting your faulty experience. The letter must state that you are employed 1.0 FTE, with dates and percentage of time spent in neuroradiology.
- Note, you must serve on the subspecialty faculty at a single institution with an ACGME- or RCPSC-accredited fellowship in the discipline for two consecutive years at 1.0 FTE, with at least 75 percent of clinical responsibility in neuroradiology, or at a single institution for three consecutive years at 1.0 FTE, with at least 50 percent of clinical responsibility in neuroradiology.