Body Imaging of Cancer Fellowship
Imaging of cancer continues to be one of the mainstays of radiology. New funding has opened a fellowship position at the University of Washington to focus on this critical area.
The fellow's time will be divided between the University of Washington Medical Center -- a 450-bed Top Ten academic hospital -- and an extremely high quality private practice hospital setting through the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and the Swedish Cancer Institute. Each facility has a comprehensive full-spectrum oncology service as well as state of the art imaging equipment, including 1.5T and 3.0T MRI (with spectroscopic and functional imaging capability), 64-slice CT scanners, and state-of-the-art ultrasound equipment.
Both clinical and research positions are available. Because this program is not ACGME certified, it is extremely flexible and configurable. Elective time in cardiac CT/MR, high-risk OB ultrasound, and broad-spectrum abdominal imaging is available. Research opportunities abound, including functional and metabolic imaging.
If you are interested in this exceptional opportunity, please contact us.
This fellowship is funded by Swedish Cancer Institute and applicants must be eligible for a full and unrestricted Washington State Medical License. Foreign medical graduates therefore are NOT ordinarily eligible for this fellowship.
For a quick response, please attach your CV, cover letter, and a completed application. We are actively and expediently reviewing applications. Thank you for your interest!
Detailed application information and our application form can be found under "Body Imaging Fellowship."
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