The University of Chicago is initiating an amazing Abdominal Radiology Fellowship program. Candidates having a valid medical license in Illinois and completed residency in diagnostic radiology are welcome to apply for this fellowship. The topics of research during the fellowship will be MR with whole-mount correlation, MR guided HIFU of prostate cancer, Ct coronograph, and MR lymphography. Fellows will get extensive knowledge in radiology with this fellowship.
This fellowship also encourages students to participate in research. The initiative the fellowship has built is to continuous quality improvement, including design review and evaluation of integrated PACS tools. The Abdominal Radiology Fellowship is a one-year comprehensive, structured, ACGME approved fellowship. This fellowship is comprising clinical, teaching, and research activity in all aspects of abdominal imaging using all available modalities.
The University of Chicago is a private institution, founded in 1892 by John D. Rockefeller. The University of Chicago recently celebrated 100 years of excellence in research and education. The campus is located near Lake Michigan on a 190-acre site. The medical school at the University of Chicago opened in the autumn of 1927 with three major clinical departments: medicine, surgery, and obstetrics. This institute is dedicated to providing excellent programs to support radiologists for research purposes.
- Organization: University of Chicago
- Educational Level: Radiologists
- Subjects: Radiology
- Amount: Educational funds
- Access Mode: Online
- Number Of Awards: Not Specified
- City: All
- Nationality: Domestic and International
- County: All
- Application Deadline: 1 November 2020
- Application Fees: N/A
- Requirements: CV, Personal Statement, Letter of recommendation, Passport size photograph
Who May Be Eligible?
If you are looking forward to applying for this fellowship, then here are the criteria you need to follow:
- Candidate must have a valid medical license in Illinois.
- The applicant must have completed a residency in diagnostic radiology.
- The fellow must be board-certified or board-eligible in diagnostic radiology.
- Applicants must have a valid Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates certification requiring clearance of U.S. Medical Licensing Examination.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should scan and email their completed application, including required materials at LCecil@radiology.bsd.uchicago.edu. Applicants should submit complete applications without leaving any detail vacant. All the details provided should be valid, incomplete or invalid information will not be considered. Late applications or applications submitted after the deadline will not be reviewed.
- The applicant should submit a completed and signed copy of the application. Applicants should not leave any items blank.
- Candidates should submit their Curriculum Vitae with the application.
- Applicants must attach a personal statement. This personal statement should include the applicant’s career plans and a brief biography of the applicant.
- Fellows should submit the USMLE scorecard.
- Applicants should submit their recent passport size photograph with the application.
- Fellows should submit three letters of recommendation with the application. These letters should be addressed to Abraham Dachman, MD, Director, and Abdominal Radiology Fellowship. One letter must be from your current residency Program Director.
Fellows will get substantial real work experience through this fellowship. Fellows will learn to perform and interpret 3D CT angiography, MRI of the prostate and other cutting edge diagnostic studies. This fellowship will surely help students to achieve their career goals with maximum support.
The last date to submit your applications for the fellowship is November 1, 2020.