Welcome to the Body Imaging Section web site. Here you can find useful tools and links to aid in the daily operation of the Body Imaging section; details on our faculty, fellows, and staff; and educational and research resources.
Please log in (using the link in the right upper corner of the page) for full access to resources and other protected content. Use the sidebar on the left or the menu at the top of the page for navigation. Here's what you'll find in the main page sections:
|Education||Fellowships and preceptorships available within the department.|
|Resources||Resources and Tools for faculty, fellows, and residents in the Body Imaging section.|
|Research||Information on current/recent departmental research, and tools for researchers.|
|About Us||People within the Body Imaging section and how to find us.|
On September 15, 2013, we will welcome Dr. Ryan O'Malley as an Assistant Professor in Body Imaging. Dr. O'Malley received his BS degree from the University of Notre Dame and his MD from Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in diagnostic radiology and a fellowship in abdominal imaging at the University of Michigan.
We are currently accepting applications for academic years 2015-2016.
Foreign Medical Graduates please note:
Effective November 22, 2011, Body Imaging no longer accepts applications for the four-year plan leading to ABR eligibility for foreign medical graduates. We will continue to accept foreign medical graduates for our one-year programs.
We offer J visas for our fellowships.
You must be board-certified by the time you would start your fellowship. In addition to the ABR, we accept board certification from the country where you did your residency, the FRCR, or the EDiR.
Indian-educated candidates please note:
In order for their applications to be considered, candidates with an Indian medical education must hold an MD in radiodiagnosis from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India or be a Diplomate of the National Board in addition to the Diploma in Medical Radiodiagnosis (DMRD). American radiology residencies are a full four years in length and we have found that the two-year Indian DMRD only is not sufficient preparation for success in any of our fellowship programs.
For application materials and more information, please contact:
Other News and Events
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