This position will include participation in our Breast Imaging clinical practice, including digital mammography/tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, MRI and guided biopsies, molecular breast imaging (MBI), and image guided wire and seed localizations. In addition, the position includes resident and fellow education and multidisciplinary tumor board presentations. Our multidisciplinary practice includes frequent interaction with other members of the breast service line (surgery, oncology, pathology and breast clinic). The ideal candidate would have either extensive technical MRI expertise and/or a strong research interest.
The Breast Imaging division consists of 16 breast imagers in a busy practice of more than 30,000 screening exams, 8,000 diagnostic exams and 1,300 MRIs per year. More than half of our 10 mammography units have tomosynthesis capability, with plans to convert to an all tomosynthesis screening practice within the coming year. We offer screening MBI, and have a growing referral practice for patients recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Numerous research and educational opportunities are available, and radiologists benefit from close working relationships with clinical colleagues, as well as strong physicist/scientist and administrative support.
In addition to Breast Imaging, the candidate will work within another established area of expertise within Radiology. The opportunity offers a collegial work environment, a competitive benefits package, and an excellent quality of practice. Mayo Clinic is dedicated to recruiting and nurturing an exceptional team of diverse faculty and staff. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply.