Body Imaging Fellowship
Active Fellowship Dates: July 2016 – 2017
One Open Position still available for July 2015 – 2016
The fellowship in Body Imaging is designed to provide advanced training in computed tomography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging.
Length of Program:
12 months with potential for elective time and research.
The successful candidate must have American Board of Radiology eligibility or certification, USA citizenship, J1 visa or a permanent resident visa, and be able ot obtain a Texas Medical License.
Added position for July 2015–16 now available
Applications and Appointment to Interview:
- Application form
- Curriculum Vitae
- Personal Statement
- Copy of Medical Diploma and Internship Certificate
- Three Letters of Recommendation (one from your Residency Director or Head of Department - current employment)
- A copy of your Board Certification, if applicable
- A current passport size photo
The fellowship provides an integrated experience in abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, vascular, neonatal and pediatric ultrasound; magnetic resonance imagingincluding cardiac, body, musculoskeletal, vascular, and fetal; all aspects of computed tomography of the body including virtual colonography and coronary artery screening. Dedicated rotations through Ultrasound, Computerized Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging sections are provided. The patient population includes high-risk obstetric patients, cardiac, trauma, renal and liver transplant patients, as well as general medical, surgical and pediatric patients.
Facilities, Faculty, and Equipment
Facilities include the Radiology departments at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (TMC), a 600-bed tertiary care center with level I trauma; the Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital, a 300-bed primary care center; and several outpatient imaging centers. These institutions are the primary teaching hospitals for the The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. There are dedicated faculty members in the Imaging sections, all of whom are fellowship trained and have extensive skills and experience in their subspecialty areas. The facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment including:
Larry A. Kramer, M.D.
Professor of Radiology
Chief of Body MRI
Director Body Imaging Fellowship Program
Application and Information Contact
Body MRI Fellowship Program Coordinator
6431 Fannin Street, MSB 2.025
Houston, Texas 77030