Standford University, Department of Radiology Clinical Fellowship Program in Body MRI is currently accepting applications for the fellowship year 2022-2023.
We offer a one-year clinical fellowship designed to provide academically oriented graduates of radiology residency focused on advanced training in body magnetic resonance imaging across a wide range of diagnostic applications. By the end of the fellowship, a trainee should have the skills and experience to develop a robust body MR clinical service and perform translational research
The fellowship provides a year of intensive training in body MRI for up to four fellows. Fellows spend most of their time dedicated to the body MRI clinical service, MR-guided procedures, research, and teaching. The fellows are responsible for running the clinical body MR service of multiple inpatient and outpatient clinical scanners, including a PET-MR and dedicated pediatric scanners, with primary responsibility for most MR-guided procedures, protocols, image acquisition oversight, safety, and initial interpretations.
There are also outstanding opportunities for research, with close ties to leading MR engineers and physicists at the Lucas Center for Imaging. At least 20% dedicated research time is included in the fellowship. The body MR fellows also have a strong educational presence in the Department, with responsibility for organizing clinical MR conferences for the Residency Program and presenting at interdisciplinary clinical conferences. Like all Diagnostic Radiology fellows at Stanford, Body MR fellows participate plain film interpretation at approximately four hours per month, if their visa and appointment status allows. Additionally, fellows participate in coverage of emergency department imaging.
To proceed to your application, kindly visit their website at http://bodymri.stanford.edu/bodymrfellowship.
Aug 16, 2020