The Body Imaging fellowship at the University of California San Diego is a clinical fellowship in CT, US, and MR. The fellowship will provide training in state-of-the-art imaging techniques, including cross-sectional 3D imaging. The fellow will be expected to spend at least 6 months of focused training in either CT, US, or MRI, and the remaining time in the other two areas and research.
UC San Diego Health has multiple clinical care locations in La Jolla and Hillcrest, with all subspecialties represented. We are a Level I trauma center, transplant center, burn center, NCI designated Cancer Center, and tertiary referral center. This fellowship also offers a unique experience in high-risk obstetrical ultrasound at our Fetal Care and Genetics center with an integrated multidisciplinary approach working with perinatologists, genetic counselors, and sonographers. Multiple opportunities exist for research in all modalities. In addition, fellows will teach and present at conferences.
HOW TO APPLY
At the time of matriculation to the fellowship, you are expected to have completed an accredited Radiology residency and to be an ABR Board-eligible Radiologist.
Deadline for Application: December 1st
Please submit the following application materials:
Fellowship Application form
- Personal Statement. Please tell us your career goals and personal interests.
- Three Letters of Recommendation (including one from your Program Director)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Copy of Dean's Letter
- Copy of USMLE/LMCC transcript
- Copy of medical school diploma
- State (check) preference for your focused area:
CT _____, US_____, MRI _____
Please submit all application materials:
or Mail To:
Michael Hahn, MD
Program Director, Body Imaging Fellowship
Attn: Annalisa Salazar
UCSD Medical Center
Department of Radiology
200 West Arbor Drive
Mail Code: 8756
San Diego, CA 92103
Your completed file will be reviewed, and you will be contacted about the possibility of a personal interview. If you have any questions about the status of your application, please call Annalisa Salazar at 619-543-6641.
Who may apply for this fellowship?
At the time of matriculation to the fellowship, you are expected to have completed an accredited Radiology residency and to be an ACR Board Eligible Radiologist.
Are fellows sponsored for H-1B visa by the UCSD Department of Radiology?
International medical graduates, who are accepted into a Radiology fellowship program at UCSD, are sponsored for the J-1 visa through the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).
How much vacation time do fellows receive?
Fellows receive four weeks of paid vacation per year (20 working days).
What is your Maternity/Paternity Leave Policy?
Please contact UCSD Radiology's Education Services at 619-543-5493.
What Malpractice Insurance do you offer?
Professional liability insurance is supplied by the University of California Regents.