The University of Arizona, Tucson, Department of Medical Imaging is seeking applicants for 2 available positions in an ACGME-accredited Abdominal Radiology Fellowship beginning July 2021.
Abdominal Radiology fellows at the University of Arizona are also given the opportunity to participate in research and technology development with at least one academic day per week. All trainees are required to participate in at least one scholarly project. Fellows can participate in one or several of the following project types: laboratory research, clinical research, image interpretation, imaging techniques, or practice management issues. Within the department, the fellows will be offered opportunities to participate in on-going basic and translational research. Within the field of MR imaging of the body, the body division is actively engaged in several translational research projects. Such examples include quantitative measuring of hepatic fibrosis, spectroscopic measurement of iron and fat composition within the liver, dynamic pelvic imaging to assess for pelvic floor instability, and dynamic MR imaging of the lungs.
Clinical research meetings for fellows and attendings are held monthly. Fellows are encouraged to author publications and to present at meetings. All publications and presentations will be written with faculty guidance. If a fellow has a presentation accepted for a national conference, department funding is often available.
Fellows will also receive several didactic lectures in abdominal imaging, vascular and interventional radiology, and PET/CT. Medical Imaging Grand Rounds and body division case review add to the educational experience.
At the end of the one-year fellowship, the fellow should be able to demonstrate the following skills and competencies:
Throughout the year, fellows frequently interact with other medical services and are actively involved in several multidisciplinary conferences which include hepatobiliary, colorectal, urology, gynecology, and nephrology. Frequently, these discussions focus on the newest techniques and approaches to treatment.
To be eligible for acceptance, applicants must possess an MD or DO degree and have satisfactorily completed a diagnostic radiology residency training program accredited by the ACGME or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC).
Candidates should send the following documents to Nilu Dorschner, Program Manager at [email protected]: