Body Imaging and Intervention Fellow
Rhode Island Hospital-Brown University
Body Imaging and Intervention Fellow

The Department of Diagnostic Imaging at Brown University offers a one-year Fellowship in Body Imaging and Intervention covering all aspects of body imaging including state of the art MRI, CT scan and US, as well as image-guided interventional procedures. The goal of the fellowship training is to prepare radiologists for successful careers in both academic and private practices.

The Department of Diagnostic Imaging at Brown University offers a one-year Fellowship in Body Imaging and Intervention covering all aspects of body imaging including state of the art MRI, CT scan and US, as well as image-guided interventional procedures. The goal of the fellowship training is to prepare radiologists for successful careers in both academic and private practices.

Educational time will be spent at Rhode Island Hospital, the major teaching affiliate of Brown University's Alpert Medical School, where the fellow will have the opportunity to actively participate in intra- and inter-departmental conferences, including body imaging morning rounds, journal clubs, and multi-disciplinary GI and GYN tumor boards.

Call duties are limited to 10 weekends with no after hour or overnight call. The call is paid as a moonlighting shift giving the fellow the opportunity to make an additional $25,000-30,000 for the year.

Four weeks of elective time are provided, which can be pursued in other diagnostic radiology subspecialties in the department.

Many opportunities also exist for research participation; academic time up to 1 day per week is available for fellows interested in pursuing an academic or research project.

Fellows are entitled to 4 weeks of paid vacation per year, in addition to 5 days of wellness/sick and personal time, totaling 5 weeks.

All fellows are granted an academic appointment at Brown University, which provides access to the university's diverse resources.

Program Director:  Adib R. Karam, MD

To Apply:

To apply for a fellowship position, please send your completed application, personal statement, CV, current photo, USMLE transcripts, and three letters of reference, one of which must be from your Program Director, to:  ltrumbull@lifespan.org

Applicants must be ABR eligible or certified and have, or be eligible for, a Rhode Island medical license.

Applications will be accepted beginning on August 1, 2020.

Interviews (Virtual video Zoom interviews) will be conducted after November 1, 2020.

Contact Us:

Luci Trumbull

Fellowship Program Coordinator

ltrumbull@lifespan.org

7/24/2020
Other Physician
Abdominal-gastrointestinal,Abdominal-genitourinary,Interventional Radiology,Womens Imaging
CT,MRI,Ultrasound


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Providence
Rhode Island
United States