Fellowship Opportunities

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Mar2020
We have openings for a Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging Fellowship starting July 1, 2021 at Northwestern University.  This is a non-ACGME fellowship. Overview The Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging fellowship is a dedicated one-year program incorporating all aspects of thoracic and cardiac imaging. It will allow the trainee to embark on a clinical or academic career as a cardiothoracic radiologist - a discipline that is currently in high demand. Towards this goal, there are three specific objectives of the fellowship. The first objective is to provide training and education in all technical and clinical aspects of cardiothoracic CT, MRI and radiography. The second objective ... Read More
March 17, 2020Jim Berent

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Feb2020
The thoracic section of the Department of Radiology at UCLA has fellowship positions available for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic years. This one-year thoracic imaging fellowship is designed to prepare graduating radiologists to be independent and proficient specialized thoracic radiologists. The UCLA enterprise has expanded to include specialized centers as well as outpatient programs. This myriad of imaging allows for trainees to gain exposure and manage patients from various clinical settings and pathologies. The Thoracic faculty are actively involved with multiple clinical sections, and through our interdisciplinary approach to disease, we intend to have the training fellows improve their independent skills ... Read More
February 25, 2020Jim Berent

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Dec2019
Upstate New York’s premier medical group is recruiting ABR certified or eligible radiologists to join their team in July 2020 and July 2021 as fellows in cardiothoracic radiology. This is a one-year dedicated full time cardiothoracic position, with reasonable general call expectations. Candidates must have completed residency in radiology prior to beginning fellowship.  Responsibilities include interpretation of cardiothoracic imaging studies (primarily cardiac MRI and CT, chest CT, and CXR), consultation with referrers, teaching radiology residents and medical students, and participating in research. The seven members of the cardiothoracic radiology division provide professional services at a 734-bed academic medical center with attendant advanced cardiothoracic ... Read More
December 5, 2019Jim Berent

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Oct2019
The Department of Radiology of New York University (NYU) Langone Health is now accepting applications for an unexpected opening in our Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging Fellowship for 2020-2021. This one-year fellowship provides comprehensive training in cardiopulmonary imaging. Training includes clinical interpretation of and exposure to a large volume of imaging studies related to a broad range of pulmonary, cardiac, and thoracic vascular diseases, in-depth experience in chest biopsy and ablative procedures, presentation at multidisciplinary conferences including lung cancer and interstitial lung disease, abundance of educational conferences and teaching for fellow education, emphasis on image quality and technical factors, and ample opportunities ... Read More
October 18, 2019Curtis Ksenak

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Oct2019
The Department of Radiology at Stanford University Medical Center is accepting applications for its Cardiovascular and Thoracic Imaging Fellowship in 2020-21. Applicants must have completed a residency in Radiology and be eligible for a California medical license. Our fellowship program is designed to provide comprehensive training for radiologists who wish to gain expertise in cardiovascular and thoracic imaging as well as in thoracic interventional procedures using state-of-the-art equipment in a spectacular, new hospital that just opened in 2019. Fellows are provided opportunities to teach medical students and residents; one day per week is reserved for participation in research activities. Stanford ... Read More
October 16, 2019Curtis Ksenak

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Oct2019
The University of Arizona-Banner Medical Center,  is accepting applications for a one-year duration Cardiothoracic  Imaging Fellowship. This is a non-ACGME accredited program, typically running from 1 July through 30 June of the following year. Adjustments can be made in specific situations. The primary goal is to train and mentor fellows to become excellent practicing cardiothoracic radiologists with a penchant for lifelong learning. In addition, the fellowship can be tailored to the fellow preference, whether it is emphasis in education and teaching, research or a combination. There is a myriad of opportunities for any of these pathways. Here at the University of ... Read More
October 2, 2019Jim Berent