The Division of Cardiovascular Imaging is currently accepting applications for one-year fellowships in cardiovascular imaging starting in July 2021 and July 2022.
The goal of the fellowship is to train board-certified or board-eligible radiologists to independently run or develop a state-of-the-art clinical cardiac and vascular imaging service and to conduct cardiovascular imaging research. The fellowship provides comprehensive didactic training that enables fellows to develop an in-depth knowledge of cardiac imaging techniques, the role of imaging in the cardiac workup, disease entities and their imaging findings. Fellows will be exposed to all aspects of cardiac and vascular imaging and can expect to qualify for level III certification in cardiac CT and MR following their fellowship. Fellows are also given high-level exposure to advanced vascular imaging of noncardiac structures using CTA, MRA and ultrasound.
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The clinical CV Imaging fellowship is for board-certified or board-eligible radiologists only. Physicians from other specialties including cardiology may be eligible for a T32 cardiac imaging research fellowship – please contact Dr. Tomas Neilan for further information.
Graduates of foreign medical schools should be aware you must be eligible for a limited or full license in Massachusetts to be considered.
The Division of Cardiovascular Imaging is currently accepting applications for a one-year clinical fellowships starting in July 2022 and July 2023. To apply please complete the following, addressed to Fellowship Program Director Nina Meyersohn, MD and Associate Program Director Sandeep Hedgire, MBBS.
Sep 16, 2020