This ACGME-accredited program offers one year of graduate medical education in nuclear radiology. Over the course of the fellowship, the fellow will receive training in all aspects of nuclear radiology. We are now accepting applications for academic year 2020-2021.
The clinical faculty is board-certified in both radiology and nuclear medicine. Likewise, nuclear radiology training is designed to integrate principles of radiology and nuclear medicine. The faculty are dedicated to education and are invited course instructors for national meetings. Additionally, the program director is on the faculty of the American College of Radiology’s PET/CT course.
The fellow will have one academic day per week to pursue educational and research goals.
Clinical Training Offered:
o Neurology (FDG and amyloid)
o Cardiac (viability)
• General nuclear medicine
• Nuclear cardiology
o Radium-223 for prostate cancer
o Y-90 radioembolization
• Extensive interactions with Arizona Cancer Center
• Research in oncology and neurology
• Time of Flight PET/CT
• Combined PET/CT with full diagnostic CT
To be eligible for acceptance, applicants must possess an MD or DO degree and have satisfactorily completed a diagnostic radiology residency training program accredited by the ACGME or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). For applicants that originate from a non-ACGME-accredited residency, please note the following requirements and items that will need to accompany your application as outlined by the ACGME under Section III.
Candidates should send the following documents to Nilu Dorschner at firstname.lastname@example.org:
• Curriculum Vitae
• Personal Statement
• University of Arizona, Department of Medical Imaging, Fellowship Application
• Medical School Transcripts or Dean’s Letter
• 3 letters of recommendation
• USMLE Scores (Steps I, II, IICS, III)
• Visa Status, if applicable
• ECFMG Certificate, if applicable