We will begin accepting applications for the 2022 Radiology Fellowship Match for 2023-24 appointments with a deadline of December 1, 2021. Interviews will be held starting November 1, 2021.
Mohammad Eghtedari M.D., Ph. D., Program Director, Breast Imaging Fellowship
Please send all questions to
Sarah Dovi, Administrative Assistant, Division of Breast Imaging
UC San Diego breast imaging division is pleased to offer a 12-month Breast Imaging Fellowship that provides comprehensive training in all aspects of breast imaging and interventional procedures. We serve a diverse population and are committed to providing compassionate and quality patient care to all. The environment is inclusive, team-oriented, and value-driven. Our fellow graduates have been successful in both academic and private practice settings.
Please click the link below, to learn more about the general aspects of the Graduate Medical Education space at UC San Diego:
UCSD GME Space
Breast imaging fellows receive training in all areas of breast imaging, including screening and diagnostic mammography, digital breast tomosynthesis, ultrasound, MRI, molecular breast imaging, ductography, and image-guided procedures. Interventional procedures include fine needle aspiration, stereotactic, tomosynthesis-guided, ultrasound and MRI breast biopsies, as well as wire-free radar localization.
Our main clinical practice is located at the state-of-the-art
Koman Family Outpatient Pavilion on the La Jolla Campus as part of the
UCSD Comprehensive Breast Health Center, one of only a select number of
National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the country. Along with our
Rancho Bernardo clinical locations, we serve a diverse population and perform over 35,000 examinations a year.
Our fellows have the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational opportunities, including weekly multidisciplinary tumor board, didactic and case conferences, departmental grand rounds, and the annual
UCSD Breast Imaging and Intervention CME Course. Elective opportunities are offered with nationally- recognized leaders in surgical oncology, plastic surgery, medical oncology, radiation oncology, and breast pathology. Fellows will also participate in teaching and mentoring of residents and medical students. There are global health opportunities to serve the underserved population via the
UCSD RAD-AID Chapter and the UCSD
Health 4 the World Chapter.
We offer exposure to clinical and translational research and other scholarly activities. UC San Diego is one of the sites for the
I-SPY 2 Trial for neoadjuvant treatment of locally-advanced breast cancer. Fellows may choose to collaborate with faculty on projects ranging from MRI of women's cancers to artificial intelligence, or design their own project. Fellows are invited to author papers with us as well as submit abstracts for scientific meetings.
Applying to the Breast Imaging Fellowship:
Please check out the welcoming video from: UCSD Graduate Medical Education
One breast imaging fellowship position is offered per year. We welcome all interested applicants to participate in the Breast Imaging Fellowship Match, which is sponsored by the
Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) and is managed by the
National Resident Matching program. Fellow candidates must have completed a radiology residency to be an ABR Board Eligible/Certified Radiologist, and must obtain a California medical license before starting the program.
The dates for the 2022 Radiology Fellowship Match for 2023-24 appointments are:
August 1, 2021: Applications accepted
November 1, 2021: Interviews begin
December 1, 2021: Deadline to submit applications
Please submit only the following materials via e-mail to
Sarah Dovi, Administrative Assistant, Division of Breast Imaging. Your application will be reviewed once it is completed.
SBI Universal application form
2. Personal statement- (Please include your reasons for training at UCSD and your career goals)
3. Three letters of recommendation (including a letter from your Residency Program Director)
4. Curriculum Vitae
5. Copy of Dean's Letter
6. USMLE Steps 1, 2 and 3; or FLEX Components 1 and 2; or NBME Parts I, II and III; or all parts of the MCCQE; or all parts of the examination of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners
7. Medical school diploma
8. medical school transcripts