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Musculoskeletal/Neuroradiology Fellowship

The Combined Imaging Fellowship is a dedicated one-year program for three or four fellows incorporating aspects of clinical magnetic resonance imaging. The combined MRI (hybrid) fellowship is optimal for a candidate planning to pursue a career in a high volume radiology practice with subspecialty MRI expertise.  The curriculum includes 6 blocks of neuroradiology, 5 blocks of musculoskeletal MRI/CT and an elective month that can be used for subspecialty training in body MRI, musculoskeletal ultrasound, cardiothoracic imaging or one of the basic radiology rotations.

Suitable candidates will show aptitude in managing a heavy MRI workload, interacting with MRI technologists and referring providers, and handling MRI triage and protocols.  Fellows will master basic musculoskeletal procedures including arthrography and aspirations, and state of the art neuroradiology practices including MRA and CTA applications.

For more information click on Apply Now in the blue box on the right or call the program coordinator, Isabella Corcoran at 215-955-6028.