Advanced Fellowship Training
The Department of Radiology is committed to training tomorrow's radiology leaders through intensive fellowship training in several subspecialties. Our fellows collaborate with some of the nation's top physicians in a multidisciplinary environment, in both research and clinical settings. Learn more about our fellowships:
The abdominal imaging fellowship is composed of MR, CT, and US rotations with an emphasis on advanced MR and CT techniques.
A one-year fellowship with opportunities to rotate through breast pathology, breast surgery, radiation oncology, and oncology.
The Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship includes CT, MR, biopsies, and plain films at a medical center that is characterized by strong pulmonary medicine and cardiothoracic surgery.
A two-year fellowship position in the Endovascular Neurosurgery/Interventional Neuroradiology Fellowship Program.
An ACGME accredited program providing broad-based training in adult neuroradiology and subspecialty training in pediatric, ENT, and spine neuroradiology.
Comprehensive training in diagnostic nuclear imaging, PET/CT, and radiopharmaceutical therapies.