Fellowship Positions Available

If you would like to submit a posting regarding a fellowship position, please contact the APDR office via e-mail at apdr@rsna.org or by phone at 630-368-3737. Position openings will remain posted for a period of 6 months unless we are notified otherwise.


May 2020

Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship at UMass Memorial Medical Center for year 2021-2022

The Department of Radiology at UMass Memorial Medical Center is now accepting applications for its Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship for the 2021-2022 academic year. This one-year clinical fellowship in Cardiothoracic Imaging provides comprehensive involvement in clinical, educational, and research activities, and provides excellent preparation for a career in academic radiology or in private practice. Training includes exposure to the full spectrum of cardiothoracic disorders and a variety of diagnostic imaging methods, including but not restricted to CT- and MR-angiography, thoracic MRI, functional CT- and MR-imaging, 3-D reconstruction techniques and post-processing methods. There is also a strong cardiac imaging component within the section, with over 800 cardiac CT and MR exams performed per year in both the pediatric and adult populations.

Dedicated elective time is available in onco-radiology/PET-CT, thoracic intervention, and pediatric thoracic imaging.  Moreover, close collaboration with our clinical partners from pulmonology and cardiology affords our fellows learning opportunities in interventional pulmonology and cardiology, as well as in echocardiography. Additionally, we collaborate with our clinical counterparts on a weekly basis with multidisciplinary conferences, including an interstitial lung disease conference, a thoracic oncology tumor board, a lung cancer screening conference, a radiology-pulmonology and a radiology-cardiology case conference.


The Cardiothoracic section at UMass
Memorial Medical Center interprets approximately 110,000 studies per year. Our CTI faculty currently includes 6 attendings, all of which are devoted teachers and/or researchers. The section also hosts a growing number of research fellows and has a highly active research program.

Application requirements include UMass Memorial Medical Center fellowship application form, Curriculum Vitae, personal statement, 3 letters of reference (one must be from your current program director or supervisor), USMLE/LMCC Official score transcript, and ECFMG Certificate (if applicable).

For more information, please visit our website: https://www.umassmed.edu/radiology/education/fellowships/cardiothoracic-imaging-fellowship/

If there are further questions regarding the fellowship, please contact the fellowship director, Maria Barile, MD (maria.barile@umassmemorial.org).

Please send all application materials to Karen Granquist, Program Administrator (karen.granquist@umassmed.edu).


May 2020
 

Abdominal Imaging Fellowship at University of California, Irvine for year 2020-2021

We are currently accepting applications for fellowship positions in the Department of Radiological Sciences at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, for the academic year 2020-2021. A one-year Abdominal Imaging fellowship, is offered in the Department of Radiological Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, with an emphasis on cross-sectional abdominal imaging and coordinated experience in CT, Ultrasound, MRI and image guided procedures (two positions). Fellowships are at the Health Sciences Clinical Instructor level, based at UC Irvine Medical Center, and will have the benefits and privileges through the University of California, Irvine.

Our mission, within the Department, and in a broader context as a University of California School of Medicine campus, is to provide an excellent educational experience, so as to produce highly trained fellows who will go on to become leaders in their field. We believe that we provide an optimal combination of volume, experience with sequencing/protocoling, academic time, and research time, to produce very knowledgeable, well-rounded abdominal imagers with an innovative knowledge of abdominal Imaging. The fellow will participate in CT and Ultrasound guided procedures. The fellowship will also provide a vast experience in vascular ultrasound. Participation in the department's on-going research projects and publication is expected.

Successful applicants will be Health Sciences Clinical Instructors in the School of Medicine, and will actively participate in the teaching of UC Irvine residents and medical students, as well as participate in several interdisciplinary conferences.

There will be six faculty members supervising the fellowship.

Application Procedure – To apply, please log onto UC Irvine’s recruitment site located at: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF05704

The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.


March 2020

Neuroradiology Fellowship position available at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital for year 2020-2021.
 
Neuroradiology at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital (MGUH) has one opening for a one-year ACGME accredited fellowship position in Diagnostic Neuroradiology beginning July 1, 2020. Applicants must have completed an ACGME-accredited residency program, or in an RCPSC-accredited or CFPC-accredited residency program located in Canada. We offer J1 visas only. We are accredited for a total of 2 positions per year.
 
During their year of training, Diagnostic Neuroradiology fellows rotate through Georgetown University Hospital for the majority of their year. Georgetown University Hospital performs clinical work on two 1.5T MR scanners and 3T MR scanners, as well as 4 CT scanners.  There are also month long rotations at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD (a short drive away from Georgetown Hospital), and the National Children’s Hospital in Washington DC (for pediatric neuroradiology training). There are 2-3 months of procedural training as well, mostly tailored to the trainee’s interests.
 
There are 7 neuroradiologists and 2 interventional neuroradiologists in the division, all of whom work primarily at Georgetown Hospital and all with strong clinical backgrounds and teaching abilities. We collaborate closely with the departments of Neurosurgery, Neurology, Otolaryngology, Orthopedics, and Radiation Oncology via teaching conferences, tumor boards and clinical working conferences. 
  
To apply, please submit the following:
  1. Fellowship Application (can be downloaded at https://georgetown.app.box.com/s/uytcja5jreuq9vzr32ww)
  2. Three letters of recommendation
  3. USMLE board scores
  4. Certification of medical school graduation
  5. Copy of medical school transcript
  6. Copy of medical school dean's letter
  7. Current CV
  8. Personal statement
  9. Passport sized photo
 
Completed application materials and any questions can be sent to:
Anousheh Sayah MD
Fellowship Program Director, Division of Neuroradiology
Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
3800 Reservoir Rd
CG201
Washington DC 20007
 
Questions can also be sent to: 
Silvia Villarroel
Fellowship Program Coordinator
(O):  202-444-3314 

March 2020

Northwestern University Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging Fellowship Openings

We have openings for a Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging Fellowship starting July 1, 2021 at Northwestern University.  This is a non-ACGME fellowship. 

Overview
The Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging fellowship is a dedicated one-year program incorporating all aspects of thoracic and cardiac imaging. It will allow the trainee to embark on a clinical or academic career as a cardiothoracic radiologist - a discipline that is currently in high demand.
 
Towards this goal, there are three specific objectives of the fellowship. The first objective is to provide training and education in all technical and clinical aspects of cardiothoracic CT, MRI and radiography. The second objective is to enhance their teaching proficiency. The third objective is to provide support in research methodology in cardiothoracic CT, MRI and radiography. 
 

Or contact the fellowship coordinator, Roksana Birkos, at roksana.birkos@nm.org


March 2020

Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine

We invite those individuals with MD or MD/PhD degrees who are completing clinical training in radiology and seeking a career in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging to apply to the JPNM, a well-established ACGME-approved residency program offered by the Division of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging in the Department of Radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Brigham and Women’s Hospital is internationally known as a leader in delivering highest quality health care and expanding the boundaries of medicine through cutting-edge research and technology and to educating the next generation of health care professionals.

The JPNM was established in 1971 and is fully integrated with other Harvard Medical School affiliated institutions - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston Children’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and VA Boston Healthcare System.  This collaboration uniquely provides exposure to a broad range of applications of molecular imaging while drawing on tremendous wealth and variety of staff and faculty expertise along with extensive basic and applied research resources across participating institutions. Entrenched in the traditions of BWH and HMS, the goal of the JPNM is to train the next generations of physicians to practice at the highest level as leaders and innovators in the field of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.  

Interested individuals should submit a complete application form along with their curriculum vitae to the Program Director. The application must include a personal statement of short and long term career goals and state how enrollment in the JPNM will help to achieve these goals. The application and detailed guidelines can be found on the hospital web site: http://www.brighamandwomens.org/Departments_and_Services/radiology/services/nuclearmedicine/JPNM/jpnm-application.aspx

We are currently interviewing for the 2020 – 2021 and 2021 - 2022 academic years. 

The department and the hospital administration are firmly committed to equal opportunity and affirmative action employment as a strategy to assist the NIH in achieving its mission. 


February 2020

Breast Imaging fellowship position is a one year position at Lahey Medical Center.  Currently accepting applications starting with academic year 2020-2021  
 
The fellowship position will provide comprehensive training in all aspects of breast imaging including screening and diagnostic mammography, tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, and all breast imaging related procedures.  Special attention will be paid to all advanced breast imaging techniques.  Advanced expertise will be gained in all interventional procedures including stereotactic core needle biopsies using a prone and upright unit, mammography tomosynthesis guided procedures, ultrasound core needle biopsies, MRI guided biopsies, needle aspirations, and needle localizations.   Direct involvement in the weekly Breast Tumor Conference is a component of the training which adds depth and breadth of pathology and treatment correlation with the imaging findings.  Educational and research activities are strongly encouraged and supported with academic time provided for these activities.  Over 38,000 mammograms performed each year provide screening and diagnostic case work.
 
In addition to comprehensive breast training, fellow will also function as a part-time general radiologist allowing for maintenance of skills in general radiology.  The part-time attending status has associated part-time attending level salary and benefits.
 
Fellows will have academic appointment at Tufts University School of Medicine.
 
Majority of the fellow’s time is spent at Lahey’s main campus located in Burlington, Massachusetts within 30 minutes of historic Boston and Cambridge.  Thus there is great diversity of living choices available including beautiful suburbs or more metropolitan setting as desired.  The fellow will have the opportunity to participate in breast care at Lahey’s Peabody campus as well.
 
Interested applicants please email CV with cover letter and 3 letters of reference to Nancy Holden at nancy.a.holden@lahey.org

January 2020

University of South Florida, MCOM accepting applications for Body Imaging Fellowship for July 2020 academic year.

We are currently accepting applications to fill a 1-year non-accredited Body Imaging fellowship position to begin 7/1/2020. This fellowship includes Body MR, computer tomography, diagnostic ultrasound, and CT/ultrasound guided interventional procedures. The Body Imaging fellowship focuses on establishing clinical expertise in advanced body imaging and interventional procedures. The program is based at Tampa General Hospital, main teaching hospital of the University Of South Florida Morsani College Of Medicine. The hospital has over 1000 beds and offers every specialty, busy transplant service, and a level 1 trauma center. In addition, fellows will also have the opportunity to read cases from University’s two highly specialized outpatient centers as well as MRs from several other outpatient centers. We have a busy HCC management, treatment and liver transplant service. Fellows will get extensive experience in specialized studies such as prostate MRIs, rectal cancer management, pelvic floor prolapse, gynecological cancers, enterographies as well as routine studies.
 
The equipment includes more than 20 MR units including 3T, latest CT and ultrasound equipment which will expose fellows to a variety of clinical experience for private as well as academic positions after fellowship. Apart from excellent faculty, our strength of fellowship is volume, variety of cases and flexibility depending on need of a fellow. Fellows will participate in several interdepartmental weekly conferences such as liver, GI, GU, and tumor board. Ample opportunities for clinical research are available. The fellow will also have an active role in radiology resident and medical student education.
 
For more information or to submit your application documents please contact Tracy Colley, tcolley@usf.edu and visit https://health.usf.edu/medicine/radiology/body_imaging for required documents.

January 2020

IR Fellowship at The University of South Florida, Tampa

Reason for opening: USF Interventional Independent Residency received it’s ACGME accreditation after deadline to participate in the 2020 Match cycle. We are currently participating in the IR Independent Match for 2021. Our GME office is allowing us to retro our new accreditation to accommodate the upcoming academic year outside of the Match.

The University of South Florida, Tampa General Hospital Interventional Radiology independent residency is approved for both a 2 year independent pathway for those who have completed a traditional diagnostic radiology residency and a 1 year program for eligible diagnostic radiology residents that have completed an ESIR program. Education will take place at a single site, Tampa General Hospital, a tertiary referral hospital with over 1,000 beds and offers every surgical specialty, busy transplant service, and a Level I trauma center. The interventional radiology program covers all aspects of interventional radiology including interventional oncology, complex venous intervention, IVC filter retrieval, peripheral vascular intervention, women’s health interventions and TIPS/peritransplant intervention.  IR volume is high as we average more than 30 procedures daily not including non-tunneled central line or PICC access.

There are seven full time VIR attendings, IR residents, and three physician extenders (ARNP/PA). AAA/TEVAR and Endoleaks are performed with cooperation with IR and vascular surgery in a hybrid room in the OR. We run seven IR suites daily, five with Cone-Beam CT technology and two biplane rooms. Attendings are all part of a hybrid, private practice and academic group.

Please contact Tracy Colley, BSPH at tcolley@usf.edu or 813-259-8515 to apply or for additional information.


January 2020

Pediatric Radiology Fellowship - Accepting Applications for 2020-21 at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
The ACGME-accredited 1 – year fellowship program at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children is accepting new applications for 2020-21. This comprehensive fellowship program covers all aspects of pediatric imaging, and is aimed at providing educational and practical training to meet all pediatric radiology clinical and diagnostic challenges. There is exposure to a large, diverse population of patients, with in-depth training in the use of all current imaging modalities.  There are daily, comprehensive conferences covering all organ systems, fundamental of radiation dosage and safety and socioeconomic aspects of pediatric radiology.  There is considerable opportunity for research.  St. Christopher's Hospital is affiliated with Drexel University College of Medicine and has a strong tradition of clinical teaching in pediatrics and pediatric subspecialties.
 
For more information or to apply, please write our Program Director at Erica.Poletto@towerhealth.org.  
 
 

December 2019

McGaw Medical Center at Northwestern University Accepting Applications for MRI Clinical/Research Fellowship for July 2020 Academic Year

We are currently accepting applications for the fellowship in the Department of Radiology at Northwestern Memorial Hospital for the academic year 2020-2021. The Clinical/Research MRI Fellowship is a dedicated, one-year program incorporating all aspects of clinical, research and practical magnetic resonance imaging. The fellowship places a strong emphasis on research activity and is intended for individuals planning to pursue an academic career focusing on MRI. The clinical component includes training in the core clinical areas of cardiovascular, neuroradiology, body imaging and musculoskeletal. In addition, fellows will also have the opportunity to do elective rotations with options including breast MRI, interventional MRI and pediatric imaging. The practical portion of the fellowship provides an opportunity to learn basic and complex MRI techniques through supervised hands-on instruction in MRI scanning.

The clinical and research activities of the fellow will be divided between Northwestern Memorial Hospital (NMH) and Evanston Northshore Hospital. NMH is a large tertiary care clinical facility located in downtown Chicago. It has 11 MRI scanners, including the state-of-the-art, ultrafast 1.5T Siemens Avanto scanner. Evanston Hospital is located 10 miles from downtown and has 10 MRI scanners. The MRI fellow will be expected to perform collaborative cross-campus research projects involving faculty from both NMH and Evanston Hospital. Dedicated research time will be provided for this purpose. Both NMH and Evanston Hospital have free-standing, dedicated research facilities on both campuses that contain state-of-the-art 1.5T and 3T MRI scanners. The MRI fellow will be supported by university research PhD faculty from both NMH and Evanston Hospital as well as scientists from Siemens Medical Solutions, who are based on site at both institutions.

For further application details please fallow this link https://www.radiology.northwestern.edu/education/fellows/clinical-research-mri.html


November 2019

Body Imaging - Artificial Intelligence Fellowship at UC Irvine 2020-2021

We are currently accepting applications for a one-year Body Imaging/Artificial Intelligence (AI) combination fellowship position in the Department of Radiological Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, for the 2020-2021 academic year. The fellowship will combine clinical training in cross-sectional abdominal imaging with coordinated experience in MR, CT, Ultrasound, and imaging-guided procedures, along with dedicated training and research in artificial intelligence at the UCI Center for Artificial Intelligence in Diagnostic Medicine (CAIDM).

CAIDM is a multi-specialty initiative under the UCI School of Medicine to develop and integrate AI technology across the UC Irvine Healthcare system. The Center accomplishes its goal by integrating the clinical expertise of our providers at UCI with multiple disciplines, including data scientists and software engineers. The Center recognizes that leveraging the knowledge of our clinical colleagues is critical for designing impactful applications that will have long-term value that will ultimately improve patient care. The Center focuses more specifically on developing deep learning approaches for the detection, characterization, and prediction of a variety of conditions and disease states in an effort to improve healthcare. The fellow will work with world experts in AI who lead the CAIDM and healthcare AI curriculum at UCI, and provide firsthand training to fellows in understanding and developing cutting-edge AI tools. Several AI research projects in abdominal imaging will be available to the fellow.

This fellowship provides an optimal combination of volume, experience with cutting-edge protocols, and research time. Fellows also participate in multidisciplinary hepatobiliary, gastrointestinal, and genitourinary conferences. Successful applicants will be Health Sciences Clinical Instructors in the School of Medicine and will actively participate in the teaching of UC Irvine residents and medical students.

Application Procedure – To apply, please log onto UC Irvine’s recruitment site located at: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF05827

The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.


November 2019

Kettering Health Network Breast Imaging Fellowship

Kettering Network Radiologist Inc. in partnership with Kettering Hospital and Medical Center, seek outstanding, proactive and self-motivated applicants for a fully funded non-ACGME accredited Breast Imaging Fellowship position. We are currently accepting applicants for the 2021-2022 academic year within the Breast Imaging Match Program. Meghan Musser, D.O. is the Clinical Director of the Breast Imaging Fellowship Program. The fellowship will be performed in Kettering’s three dedicated Breast Centers (Kettering Breast Evaluation Centers) and include training in digital mammography, digital tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound performance and interpretation, breast MRI, stereotactic, ultrasound and MRI guided breast biopsies, and wire and radioactive seed localizations. During the 2016 year, approximately 52,000 screening mammograms, 11,000 diagnostic mammograms, and 1,860 breast procedures were performed. A total of 505 breast cancers were diagnosed with a cancer detection rate of 5.5 per 1000.

Involvement with interdepartmental biweekly conferences and teaching of residents is expected. The fellow will also have the opportunity to attend one national meeting during the fellowship year.

The curriculum follows the recommendations outlined by the Society of Breast Imaging and may be reviewed online at:

Kettering Network Radiologists is an Equal Opportunity Employer for females, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

Requirements

  • Successful completion of an American Osteopathic Association or Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education approved residency in Diagnostic Radiology.
  • Qualified candidates must be ABR/AOBR certified or on the pathway to full-board certification.
  • A medical license to practice in the state of Ohio would be required.
  • Meet all other hospital network credentialing requirements.

Please Submit The Following:

  • Completed application – to download- visit http://www.kriview.com/about-knri/women-s-imaging-fellowship.html
  • Personal statement
  • Current CV with a recent passport sized photo
  • Three letters of reference addressed to Dr. Meghan Musser (1 letter should be from the program director of your diagnostic radiology residency program)
  • USMLE/COMLEX Scores (Step 1, 2, 3)

- Please send all documents or address all questions to Tiffany.Beverly@ketteringhealth.org