The Department of Radiology offers eight fellowship programs for individuals who have completed a residency in diagnostic radiology.
Our one-year fellowship programs specialize in neuroradiology, emergency radiology, vascular and interventional radiology, body imaging, breast imaging, nuclear radiology, musculoskeletal imaging, and cardiopulmonary imaging.
Each program provides the basis for a career in either academic medicine or private practice, clinical training in all types of related examinations and imaging, and ample opportunity to participate in research projects supervised by faculty members engaged in ongoing basic sciences research and clinical trials.
The American Board of Radiology offers CAQ (Certificate of Added Qualification) to fellows who successfully complete the Neuroradiology and Nuclear Radiology programs.
All applicants must be board certified or board eligible by the American Board of Radiology at the start of the training program.
The information on this site provides a broad overview of our training programs and our faculty, as well as contact information to answer any questions you may have.