2021-22 Body Imaging Fellowship Positions Open at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Location: Houston, Texas
Required Education: Doctorate
Head & Neck
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
The Diagnostic Radiology Body Imaging Fellowship is a 12 month training program. The program offers extensive experience in cross-sectional oncologic imaging that includes CT, MRI, ultrasound and PET/CT imaging. Fellows are given the opportunity to perform CT/US guided deep biopsy procedures, if they elect to. Fellows are provided 20% academic time. Fellows actively participate in multidisciplinary tumor board conferences.
The Department of Abdominal Radiology provides a busy service with hundreds of scans every day and is equipped with State of the art equipment including:
Comprehensive Abdominal Imaging and Cancer Imaging training with emphasis on MRI, PET/CT, CT, Ultrasound, and with opportunity to do up to 3 electives in MSK, Neuro, Thoracic, IR, Breast Imaging, cardiac imaging and Women’s Imaging. Allows the fellows to ‘customize’ your experience for a career in academics or private practice.
Structured curriculum: weekly lectures, journal clubs, case conferences, multidisciplinary conferences
Top class and nationally recognized faculty with ample opportunities for research / publications / generous research and academic time.
Housed in the largest Medical Center in the World, TMC houses some top institutions which welcome our fellows for electives – choose from Texas Women’s Hospital, UT Medical School – Memorial Hermann Hospital, CHI-St. Luke’s Hospital, Texas Children’s Hospital. Ample opportunities to interact and network with other residents, fellows and faculty.
Housed in Houston , the fourth largest and one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the US, Culturally diverse and vibrant, good weather, close to beaches, Cheap housing and an economic powerhouse with job creation that beats national average… by a lot.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is an equal employment opportunity employer.