Body Imaging Fellowship
About the Program
The University of Kansas offers a one-year fellowship in body imaging with in-depth experience and high volume advanced MRI and CT techniques. The fellowship offers additional extensive elective training to be tailored to the fellow's interests in a multitude of radiologic specialties, including but not limited to cardiothoracic imaging with cardiac certification, nuclear medicine, musculoskeletal imaging, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, and interventional radiology.
The body imaging fellowship offers high-volume exposure to a large breadth of patients and pathology. Fellows will have training in advanced MRI, including prostate MRI, rectal MRI, dynamic pelvic floor MRI, and MR enterography. Fellows will have extensive CT experience, including CT colonography. Fellows will be exposed to the latest ultrasound technologies, including elastography and peripheral vascular disease.
Fellows participate in all aspects of clinical service, including frequent discussion with referring physicians and participation in weekly interdisciplinary tumor boards. Fellows will have regular teaching opportunities involving both residents and medical students. Research support is available, and attendance to one radiology conference will be covered by the department.
We anticipate that one trainee will complete this program annually. Call responsibilities are minimal.
Fellowship Director: Shaun Best, MD
Our fellowship program selects one fellow each year. Applicants must successfully complete an ACGME-accredited Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program and pass all Board examinations from the American Board of Radiology.
Our program will begin accepting applications for Body Imaging Fellowship candidates on August 15th. Please do not fax additional application documents, unless requested by the Program. Please email your complete application packet to email@example.com.
The University of Kansas Medical Center is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer. Applications are sought from all qualified people regardless of race, religion, color, sex, disability, veteran status, national origin, age, or ancestry.
A complete application includes:
- Universal fellowship application
- current CV (include hobbies and interests)
- personal statement
- photograph (.jpg preferred)
- copy of all USMLE scores available (must have Step 3)
- medical school diploma
- at least two letters of recommendation (letters may be emailed/faxed)
- ECFMG certificate (if applicable)
The deadline for application is December 1st. However, we encourage you to submit your application sooner for earlier consideration.
Fellowship Selection Committee members review all completed applications to select those applicants for interview. All applicants will be invited by email. It is our policy that all applicants will receive a determination email (invited for an interview or not) from our Program by December 31.
Interviews will be conducted based on the availability of the Program faculty.