The Abdominal Imaging Division at UPMC has an unexpected opening for a one year Abdominal Imaging Fellowship position starting July 2017, or a six month fellowship starting January 2018. This is a non-ACGME fellowship position in a collegial, high volume academic environment where fellows are exposed to an interesting, complex and diverse case mix. The program fosters clinical expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of all diseases of the abdomen and pelvis, including organ transplantation and chest imaging. The fellow will learn the latest advances and protocols of body imaging with emphasis on all state-of-the-art equipment across all major imaging modalities, focusing on CT and MRI. The program also develops expertise in nonvascular image guided interventional procedures of the neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis in our busy interventional service. The fellowship program includes a weekly structured fellow oriented teaching curriculum, with emphasis on abdominal and pelvic MRI throughout the year. There are teaching, research and moonlighting opportunities. Qualified applicants must be able to secure an unrestricted Pennsylvania medical license and DEA, have completed an ACGME accredited radiology residency program and be eligible or certified by the American Board of Radiology.
For details about the program and application, visit our website www.radiology.pitt.edu or call the program coordinator, Vivian McBride at 412-647-3550. Interested applicants should send the application, brief letter of interest and current CV to Vivian McBride, email@example.com.