The Medical University of South Carolina is pleased to offer a one-year non-ACGME fellowship/ junior faculty (Clinical Instructor) position in Breast Imaging beginning July 1, 2020. The Hollings Cancer Center Breast Imaging Division is a comprehensive program composed of screening mammography, diagnostic mammography, breast ultrasound, breast MR imaging, and all interventional breast imaging procedures including MR-guided breast biopsy. There are six MUSC breast imaging faculty, three of whom also share time in the Ultrasound Division of the department. The faculty are actively involved in national meetings (ARRS and RSNA), and are active members in ABR, ACR, and AIUM in addition to the Society of Breast Imaging. The fellowship is primarily centered on Breast Imaging but there is flexibility in the program to allow for some exposure to other aspects of Women's Imaging such as pelvic ultrasound and pelvic MR imaging.
Clinical work and training will be performed in the MUSC Hospital/Hollings Cancer Center and MUSCP affiliated sites. The Fellow will work closely with referring physicians so that appropriate studies are performed. Active participation in resident and medical student teaching; research interests are encouraged.
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This non-ACGME Fellowship is a one-year only junior faculty (Clinical Instructor) position within the College of Medicine. M.D./D.O. degree. Completion of 4-year radiology residency program. Applicant must be board eligible or board certified and able to obtain a permanent (unrestricted) South Carolina medical license prior to the start of the fellowship.