This one-year fellowship provides comprehensive training in musculoskeletal (MSK), body MRI, and cardiac imaging. The fellow participates daily in review of body and MSK MRI studies, active supervision of clinical services, protocols and monitoring of studies, consultations with referring physicians, teaching residents, MSK CT, MRI arthrography and cardiac and coronary CTA. Training is entirely at the UAMS Medical Center using state-of-the-art high field strength MRI scanners. Teleradiology readings are done for multiple open magnets, giving the fellow exposure to private practice imaging.
Conferences include daily case review, MRI case conference and MRI Journal Club (alternating weekly), and several interdisciplinary case conferences throughout the week. Participation in interdisciplinary conferences is expected, and there is ample opportunity for participation in active on-going MRI research.
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ABR-certified or eligible or three years ACGME-training and prior experience deemed suitable by the program director; USMLE Steps 1-3; ECFMG certificate.
Qualified candidates for programs that do not participate in the Residency Match should submit:
We require three letters of recommendation from current and former clinical faculty. One letter must be from your program director and all should be recently dated and on institutional letterhead. If you have been in private practice for five or more years, however, non-partner physician letters are acceptable.
Applications may be sent by mail, fax, or email. Letters of recommendation must be on institutional letterhead and mailed to the department. Letters sent by fax or email will not be considered.
If you have questions about any of the residency options, please contact the Program Coordinator.
Jan 27, 2022
Little Rock, Arkansas