Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN, is seeking qualified applicants for an ACGME accredited one-year fellowship in Nuclear Radiology starting July 2019. Mayo is fully committed to "provide the best care to every patient every day" and to train future leaders in the field of Radiology, both inside and outside of academic medicine. Nuclear Radiology fellowship at Mayo Clinic is one of the oldest having been established in 1979.
Training includes all areas of Nuclear Radiology, Nuclear Cardiology and Nuclear therapy with an emphasis on PET/CT and PET/MR. Electives are available within other divisions of Radiology, as well as in education and research. Our 22 MD and PhD faculty members have diverse backgrounds and expertise, which provides for a well-rounded education and ample research opportunities. State-of-the-art equipment in our department includes a fleet of PET/CT scanners (including silicon photomultiplier PET/CT) as well as Signa PET/MR scanner.
Our practice is one of the highest volumes in the country with over 80 average PET/CTs performed every day and well over 40,000 total NM studies performed in the Division of Nuclear Radiology in Rochester MN in 2016. We use on average 5 different FDA approved PET radiotracers daily.
Our PET/MR practice is one of the largest and the fastest growing in the country with over 500 clinical PET/MR exams performed over the last two years. This practice emphasizes close collaboration with other divisions and with our referring providers and offers ample opportunities for research and practice development. In addition, our program features access to on-site nuclear pharmacy, cyclotron, pre-clinical and clinical molecular imaging research facilities.
Successful graduates are eligible for the ABR CAQ exam in Nuclear Radiology, and the ABNM certification exam in Nuclear Medicine. The Mayo Clinic Department of Radiology offers Fellowships on a rolling basis.
Please send a curriculum vitae and letter of inquiry to: Ms T.J. Sorenson, Education Coordinator, Department of Radiology, Mayo Clinic, 200 First Street SW, Rochester, Minnesota, 55905; call (507) 284- 0440 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
For any questions related to the program or otherwise, please feel free to contact the program directors Geoffrey B. Johnson, MD, PhD at Johnson.Geoffrey@mayo.edu or Ajit H.Goenka, MD, at email@example.com
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