Stanford School of Medicine - Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship
Location: Stanford, California
Preferred Education: Doctorate
The Division of Musculoskeletal Imaging at Stanford University is offering a full-time, one-year fellowship for the 2023-2024 term. Highlights of the fellowship include extensive involvement in musculoskeletal MRI with an emphasis on sports injuries and musculoskeletal US and CT. Additionally, plain radiographic studies, arthrograms, and tenograms are performed. Dedicated time for research is provided. Fellows are expected to participate actively in research with Faculty Radiologists as well as Stanford’s Imaging Physicists and Engineers.
This Fellowship is part of the Match program. Applications will be accepted August 1, 2021-December 15, 2021. Interviews will be held February-March 2022.
The new Stanford Healthcare Hospital opened in November 2019 and additional MRI and CT scanners are available. The hospital is one of the best equipped and most innovative facilities, with a focus on providing superb clinical care, world class research, and groundbreaking education programs.
MD or MD/PhD degree (DO accepted)
Successfully completed training and taken National Boards in an ACGME-accredited diagnostic radiology program in the U.S.
Exceptions may be made for qualified applicants who are a U.S. citizen who have completed training outside of the U.S.
Training must be completed by July 1st of the beginning of the Fellowship
Must be a U.S. citizen
Must be eligible to obtain a California Medical License prior to the start of fellowship. Please refer to the Medical Board of California website for eligibility information and license application.