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Postdoctoral Scholar in Advanced Cardiovascular and Body Imaging
University of Washington The University of Washington, Department of Radiology, has an opening for a postdoctoral scholar position in cardiac and body imaging. The prospective postdoc will work with a multi-disciplinary group of experts including radiologists, biologists, MRI physicists, bioengineers, and other school of medicine faculty members at the University of Washington and its affiliated hospitals. Research projects will primarily focus on translational and clinical research projects involving the development and optimization of MRI reconstruction tools, image processing and machine learning applications, integrated imaging display methods, computational mechanics (for cardiac function), and workflow optimizations.
The institution is equipped with clinical 3T Siemens and clinical and research 1.5T and 3T Philips MRI scanners and facilities for imaging development, image processing and clinical research.
Postdoctoral Scholar appointments are initially for 12-months with opportunities to renew. This appointment may not exceed 5 years, including postdoctoral experience(s) at other institutions. Postdoctoral scholars are represented by UAW 4121 and are subject to the collective bargaining agreement, unless agreed exclusion criteria apply. For more information, please visit the University of Washington Labor Relations website. Requirements:
Completed MD or PhD in a medical imaging related field and/or computer sciences High motivation and a strong interest in medical imaging research Experience with clinical research, MRI or image processing, and/or machine learning experience will be highly valued.
Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship-UW
University of Washington UW Radiology Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship is a comprehensive cardiothoracic radiology fellowship program which includes hands-on training in cardiac and thoracic radiographs, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance. Our program is conducted by world-renowned specialist in the field of cardiothoracic imaging: Dr. Matthew Cham Dr. Karen Ordovas Dr. Gautham Reddy Dr. David Godwin Dr. Eric Stern Dr. Sudhakar Pipavath
Prerequisite Training/Selection Criteria: Prerequisite training requirements are completion of an ACGME-accredited radiology residency program in the United States or an RCPSC-accredited program in Canada (or the equivalent radiology residency in another country ,along with ECFMG certification).Preference is given to those candidates who are ABR certified or eligible, and only exceptional FMG candidates are considered. Applicants are chosen on the basis of clinical performance ,knowledge of radiology, and professionalism demonstrated during radiology residency, as well as interest in cardiothoracic radiology.
Goals and Objectives for Training: The educational purpose of the program is to train radiologists in the subspecialties of cardiac and thoracic/pulmonary imaging for practice in academic and community settings. The goals are to provide advanced training in radiography, CT, and MRI as they apply to cardiothoracic imaging. The experiences include formal teaching in radiography, CT, and MRI, faculty-directed and self-directed study, and participation in multidisciplinary conferences.
Facilities: Training is conducted at the University of Washington Medical Center and at Harborview Medical Center. We utilize state of the art imaging equipment from multiple vendors including the latest generation dual source and 512-slice (256-detector row) CT scanners, as well as 1.5 and 3T MRI scanners. We also have a 3D Laboratory which provides efficient post-processing of complex imaging data.
4-Year Alternate Pathway Fellowship in Radiology ( up to 2 years in cardiothoracic imaging)
University of Washington Our four-year alternate pathway was created to provide international medical graduates (IMGs) an opportunity to complete four years of radiology training and then become eligible to sit for the American Board of Radiology (ABR) board certification examinations. The details of the IMG Alternate Pathway for Board Eligibility can be found on the ABR website at: www.theabr.org Please note that the four years of training have to be completed at one single institution and without interruption.
At the University of Washington, the required four years of training can be accomplished through a combination of years of education in the following training programs: Abdominal Radiology, Cardiothoracic Radiology, Emergency Radiology, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Neuroradiology, Nuclear Medicine and Pediatric Radiology.
Nuclear Medicine (NM) is a required component to complete the pathway so all inquiries are routed through this sub-specialty for approval. If NM does not accept the applicant, then the 4-year pathway is no longer available.
You may express preferences for the combination of years of radiology training you would favor and we will attempt to offer a four-year pathway that meets this as much as possible. However, our training positions are limited and you may be offered a four-year pathway different from your initial request. If you agree with the the pathway suggested, you will be offered an interview in Seattle. In person interviews are important for us to determine your strengths and eligibility and for you to discover our programs, UW and Seattle.
University of Pennsylvania Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowships
University of Pennsylvania We have one position available for July 2022 and two for 2023. Equipment includes third-generation dual source and wide detector CT. An inpatient tower opening in October has photon counting CT. Research opportunities are available with 1.5T, 3T and 7T MR systems, physics and quantitative image analysis laboratories. The Cardiovascular Imaging fellowship provides training for an academic career, including rotations in cardiology and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, with dedicated academic time (up to 40%). The CVI section has 13 level 3 trained faculty (8 radiologists, 5 cardiologists). Typical daily exam volume is 15 CMR, 35 CCT, and 40 CTA/MRA. Penn has a large structural heart disease program; the section interprets TAVR/TMVR CT. Other interests include: MR with implanted devices – the Penn program has scanned over 5000 patients, EP, cardiomyopathy, CVI informatics, and comparative effectiveness. Previous Penn fellows hold leadership positions in academic institutions and societies, including NASCI. The Cardiothoracic Imaging fellowship includes 9 months chest and 3 months cardiovascular. Fellows participate in the biopsy service and dedicated academic time is included. The Thoracic Imaging section has 18 faculty, all with chest fellowship training. Areas of interest include lung transplant imaging, radiomics of lung cancer, obstructive pulmonary disease, and COVID-19 associated pneumonia, imaging of mediastinal tumors, and the effects of racial and economic disparities on access to and decision making in radiology. Both fellowships are NOT ACGME-accredited; applicants must obtain an unrestricted medical license in Pennsylvania. This requires ECFMG certification and completion of at least two years of ACGME accredited training. We support J-1 visas for one year fellowships.
Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship Position 2022-2023 in South Florida
Cleveland Clinic Weston Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship position opening for 2022-2023 at Cleveland Clinic Florida - Weston Hospital.
The Cleveland Clinic Weston's Division of Cardiothoracic Imaging, part of the Lang Family Department of Imaging, is a high volume academic practice. We perform thousands of chest CTs (including ILD exams, chest CTAs); cardiac CTs (including coronary CTAs, pulmonary vein CT planning, calcium scores, and pre-TAVR imaging); and cardiac MRI/MRA (including CMR stress imaging).
We have an excellent relationship with referrers in thoracic oncology, cardiothoracic surgery, pulmonology, and cardiology, and participate in regular multidisciplinary conferences, including ILD conferences and thoracic tumors boards.
Cleveland Clinic Florida is a state-of-the-art Medical Center and Hospital in Weston, FL, a rapidly growing community with high patient demand located in South Florida. This area is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the southeastern United States. We have multiple sites throughout Broward and Palm Beach counties including Weston, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens and Parkland. We are a multispecialty academic group practice affiliated with Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
Cardiothoracic Radiology Fellow
UC San Diego Fellowship in cardiothoracic radiology in a beautiful city. What could go wrong? ;)
AI / Translational Research Fellow
UC San Diego AI + Cardiovascular + MRI/CT + San Diego = Good times and a great education. Email me directly and apply.
Massachusetts General Hospital Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship - July 2022 and July 2023
Massachusetts General Hospital The Cardiovascular Imaging Division at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School is accepting applications for a one-year fellowship to train board-certified or board-eligible radiologists in advanced cardiac and vascular imaging as part of a large active multidisciplinary clinical service and cardiovascular imaging research center. The fellowship provides comprehensive training that enables fellows to develop an in-depth knowledge of cardiac imaging techniques, the role of imaging in the cardiac workup, disease entities and their imaging findings. Fellows will be exposed to all aspects of cardiac and vascular imaging and can expect to qualify for level III certification in cardiac CT and MR following their fellowship. Fellows are also given high-level exposure to advanced vascular imaging of noncardiac structures using CTA, MRA and ultrasound. Massachusetts General Hospital is a 1,057-bed tertiary care academic hospital located in downtown Boston and affiliated with Harvard Medical School. MGH is a level-one trauma center, adult congenital heart disease referral center, pediatric hospital, percutaneous valve implantation center, cancer referral center, burn center and lung and cardiac transplantation service with busy cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, vascular and interventional radiology departments. The Division of Cardiovascular Imaging is a multidisciplinary group with both radiologists and cardiologists dedicated to cardiovascular imaging. The Division of Cardiovascular Imaging performs over 3,000 cardiac CTs, 1,300 cardiac MRs, 5,000 vascular CTs, (including PET/CTA) and 1,000 vascular MRs per year. Fellows have complete access to state-of-the-art equipment including multiple third-generation dual-source 192-slice scanners to support a robust acute chest pain program. Additional equipment includes numerous main campus MDCT scanners with dual energy and high-resolution capabilities, 1.5T and 3.0T MRI scanners from multiple vendors.
Cardiothoracic imaging fellow
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Join the cardiothoracic radiology team at Johns Hopkins for a dedicated year focused on learning cardiac CT, MR, and chest imaging. We have a very active cardiac CT program and perform all clinical cardiac MRIs in the Hopkins system.