The CardioThoracic Imaging Fellowship is a one-year non-ACGME accredited training program. The University of Missouri accepts one fellow per year.
The University of Missouri Cardiothoracic fellowship provides advanced training in all aspects of imaging. This includes the interpretation of imaging studies such as radiographs, CT, MRI and PET imaging. Cardiac CT and MRI is included throughout the fellowship. Training will include light interventional thoracic procedures such as thoracentesis, biopsies and drainages. The fellow is to participate in multidisciplinary conferences with the departments of Pulmonary Medicine, Cardiovascular Surgery and Pathology. Dedicated academic time if provided for research and educational projects. Lastly, the fellow is expected to participate in the education of residents and medical students.
University of Missouri Health Care provides services to the people of mid-Missouri and beyond. We offer these services predominately through University Hospital, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center. We offer state of the art technology including high field strength MRI scanners (3T and 1.5T), dual energy CT. Cardiothoracic research programs include the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the interpretation of studies and also NIH funded hyperpolarized gas pulmonary MR imaging.
Applicants should be authorized to work in the United States, eligible for a permanent Missouri license, and board certified or board eligible prior to their anticipated start date.
For interested applicants, kindly visit https://medicine.missouri.edu/... to proceed to the application.
Please email your completed application, prior to December 1, to Crystal Arellano, Residency Program Coordinator.
Jul 01, 2021