The University of Washington’s ACGME-accredited Body Imaging fellowship is an excellent opportunity for well-qualified candidates to refine their skills at a subspecialty level. Openings are currently available for academic years 2018-19 as well as 2019-20.
We offer a high volume of cases with diverse pathology and extensive experience in dual-energy CT, high-risk obstetric ultrasound, transplant ultrasound, abdominopelvic MRI, cardiothoracic imaging, and image-guided procedures. Working alongside nationally- and internationally-acclaimed academic radiologists and clinical colleagues, our radiology fellows rotate at such esteemed institutes as the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Harborview Medical Center, and the University of Washington Medical Center. Our faculty members are deeply committed to trainee wellness and education. Research and teaching opportunities are built into the fellowship curriculum. The Salary is competitive. Our beautiful city of Seattle provides excellent dining, museums, parks, libraries, and much more. Outdoor activities include bicycling, kayaking, and world-class hiking. We provide a competitive stipend and benefits package. Overnight and weekend call responsibilities are conducive to a very nice quality of life.
Application forms and additional information are available at the URL (copy and paste, please): http://rad.washington.edu/education/fellowships/body-imaging/
Please address applications and questions to:
University of Washington Department of Radiology, Body Image Section ATTN: Fellowship Program Administrator, BB308N 1959 NE Pacific Street, Box 357115 Seattle, WA 98195-7115
E-mail at email@example.com for application materials.
Requirements: All candidates must have successfully completed an accredited residency in Diagnostic Radiology. Candidates who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States must be eligible for a J-1 visa only. Please note that this recruitment is for the one-year program only and acceptance to this one-year program does not make the candidate eligible for the 4-year ABR track program in the future.