Women's Imaging Fellowship
Section: Fellowship Opportunities
The Department of Radiology at Georgetown University Hospital offers a one year fellowship in Women’s Imaging. The fellowship provides concentrated training in breast imaging and cross-sectional pelvic imaging.
Charlotte L. Dillis, MD, Associate Professor and Co-Director, Women's Imaging Fellowship Program
Daniel R. Swerdlow, MD, Assistant Professor and Director, Abdominal Imaging Fellowship Program and Co-Director, Women's Imaging Fellowship Program
- Susan M. Ascher, MD
- Cirrelda J. Cooper, MD
- Pranay Krishnan, MD
- Faye C. Laing, MD
- Angela D. Levy, MD
- Reena C. Jha, MD
- Xuan-Mai T. Nguyen, MD
- Erini V. Makariou, MD
- Edward H. Pien, MD
This one year fellowship includes six months in the Betty Lou Ourisman Breast Center at the Lombardi Cancer Center. During this time fellows receive training in diagnostic and screening mammography, breast ultrasound, breast MRI and breast interventions, including breast MR interventions. Fellows will also spend focused time with pathology and breast surgeons.
The remainder of the year is spent in the abdominal imaging section and includes rotations on body MR, ultrasound, OB Ultrasound, CT and PET/CT. Fellows will receive training in body MR, ultrasound, CT, PET/CT, hysterosalpingography, sono-hysterography and ultrasound guided pelvic interventions.
Aside from the clinical experience, fellows will be expected to attend and participate in regularly scheduled radiology department and multidisciplinary conferences and teaching throughout the year.
Although not required, fellows are strongly encouraged to be involved with either new or ongoing research projects within either the breast or abdominal imaging section.
This fellowship does not participate in a national matching program. Applications are reviewed as they are received and interviews and position offers are made on a rolling basis.
Applications will be accepted in August, two years prior to the fellowship start date (for example, applications will be accepted August 2012 to begin in July 2014).
Each application must include:
- Fellowship Application
- Three letters of recommendation
- USMLE board scores
- Certification of Medical School Graduation
- Current CV
- Passport sized photo
Candidates must have completed a diagnostic radiology residency program in the United States and be either board eligibile or board certification by the American Board of Radiology. Please note, Georgetown University Hospital only sponsors J1 visas.
One fellowship position is available per year.
Please contact the Radiology Academic Coordinator:
Department of Radiology
Georgetown University Hospital
3800 Reservoir Road, NW
Washington, DC 20007-2113