2024-25 Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship Positions at MD Anderson Cancer Center
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Location: Houston, Texas
Salary dependent on PGY level of trainee.
2 openings available.
We are looking to fill two openings in the Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship program at MD Anderson Cancer Center. this is a one-year fellowship program. The program offers extensive clinical and academic research experience in an integrated program consisting of up to eight months at MD Anderson Cancer Center, two months at Memorial Hermann Hospital and two months at Methodist Hospital. We will not be able to sponsor visas at this time.
Why MD Anderson
* Fellowship from the nation's number 1 Cancer Center
* Teaching Faculty; Total Skeletal Radiology faculty: 16 (8 at MD Anderson), Society of Skeletal Radiology members: 8, and International Skeletal Society members: 6
* Advanced interpretation of radiography, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), PET and ultrasound and CT-guided procedures.
*Opportunity for clinical education and academic research using the clinical materials and resources of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Hermann Memorial and Methodist hospitals in an integrated program.
* Fellows will spontaneously share case material of educational benefit. Daily sharing of case material is the norm along with weekly clinical conference with MSK radiologists, as well as referring physicians in the departments of Orthopedics, Sarcoma Medical and Surgical Oncology, Radiation Therapy and Myeloma Medical Oncology.
* Fourth largest and most cosmopolitan city in the US, Culturally diverse, friendly, grater weather (most of the year), an economic powerhouse with job creation that beats the national average... by a lot.
Add to that - zero state tax, low cost of living, and ample job opportunities... most of our fellows make Houston their home after fellowship.
The program seeks to provide a unique and intense focus on oncologic applications, allowing the trainee maximum exposure in applying techniques and therapies on a focused oncologic patient population.
Resident must have completed an ACGME approved (or equivalent) residency training program in diagnostic radiology. Selection will be supervised by the program directors of musculoskeletal radiology, with the consultation of other faculty members in the department. Materials solicited for review will include CV, medical school transcripts, residency program director's recommendation, three other letters of reference and a personal statement. Interviews will be required.