The primary goal of the Nuclear Radiology Fellowship is to provide graduates of radiology residency programs a broad-based educational experience through which the scientific knowledge, clinical skills, and professional attitudes needed to assume a leadership role in the field of nuclear radiology will be developed. The program is designed to train the next generation of both academic nuclear radiologists, who will expand the frontiers of medical imaging, and private practice radiologists who will bring the most current imaging techniques into community hospitals.
The length of training is 12 months, following completion of Diagnostic Radiology residency. The ACGME approved program leads to eligibility for subspecialty certification in Nuclear Radiology by the American Board of Radiology.
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Applicants to the Nuclear Radiology Fellowship must be enrolled in or have already completed an ACGME-certified Radiology Residency or an equivalent foreign program. By the time of entry into the program, residency must be successfully completed and the fellow must be eligible for a Massachusetts Limited License. All appointments are contingent upon the fellow obtaining and maintaining this license.
Fellows are selected on the basis of their medical training, general achievements, personal qualities and commitment to furthering the field of nuclear radiology.
Send or email your application materials to:
Massachusetts General Hospital
Department of Radiology
Division of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging
c/o Nicole Corrao
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114
Email: [email protected]
Nov 15, 2020