Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN has a Radiology Informatics Fellowship positions available for July 2020-June 2021 and for July 2020-June 2021.
The Radiology Informatics Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, offers post-residency radiologists training in a wide variety of topics that fall under a broad definition of imaging informatics, which encompasses fields including clinical radiology, information technology, physics, computer science and engineering.
In addition, the Radiology Informatics Fellowship training includes an overview of:
Practical aspects of radiology practice management
Best practices for equipment and technology assessment and selection procedures
Government policies and regulation
IT and informatics standards
Important leadership skills, such as team building and project management
As an informatics fellow, you interact with department leaders, IT professionals and software developers to learn both theoretical and hands-on approaches for bringing innovative ideas from the lab to the clinical environment.
With abundant resources to leverage for informatics education, Mayo Clinic is an active participant in many initiatives:
Health care information and image exchange
EHR-driven workflows and modern PACS/imaging architecture
Cloud-computing and cloud-storage
Deep learning/Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
Electronic study management
Mayo Clinic is a distributed clinical practice that spans four states and performs and interprets more than 3 million radiology exams annually. This complex integrated environment and the numerous IT and informatics specialists who are involved in the practice serve as resources for your education in radiology informatics.
A dedicated Radiology Informatics Laboratory provides space and computing resources for innovation, a testing sandbox, and training facilities for informatics fellows. Similarly, Mayo Clinic's Biomedical Imaging Resource Core and Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offer computing and knowledge resources that you can draw on.
This training program is an unaccredited one-year fellowship.
The Radiology Informatics Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, began in 2000. We anticipate that one trainee will complete this program annually.
Applicants should have completed a radiology residency. No specific programming or prior informatics training is required, but programming skills and experience with informatics projects is beneficial.