The University of Arizona, Tucson, Department of Medical Imaging is now accepting applications for Breast Imaging Fellowship 2021-22.
The Breast Imaging Fellow will be employed as a Clinical Instructor to work exclusively at the University of Arizona Breast Imaging Center. The Breast Imaging Fellow is required to obtain a full Arizona MD License to participate in this fellowship. The fellow has the option to participate in moonlighting for the Department of Medical Imaging, thoracic division for extra compensation, but call is not mandatory. The goal of the program is to fully involve the Fellow in the interpretation of all types of breast imaging studies, and in performing all types of image-guided breast procedures. The Fellow will have incrementally less supervision over the course of the year, with the final result of a completely competent breast imager and interventionalist prepared to function independently in academics or private practice. The Fellow will be trained in a supportive environment that emphasizes technical expertise and a meticulous and compassionate approach to patient care, and encourages involvement in teaching and research to promote the values of our academic institution.
For more information, please visit https://medicalimaging.medicine.arizona.edu/education/fellowships/breast-imaging-fellowship-clinical-instructorship
The Breast Imaging Fellowship participates in the National Resident Matching Program (http://www.nrmp.org) sponsored by the Society of Breast Imaging. In order to become a fellow with The University of Arizona, you must register with the Radiology Match, of which Breast Imaging is a part.
Breast Imaging has implemented an All In Policy for the Match which means that we will not extend any offers to candidates outside of the match. Applicants can withdraw from the Match prior to the ranking deadline if they accept a position outside of the Match.
To apply for a fellowship position, candidates should send the following documents to Nilu Dorschner, Program Manager at [email protected]: