A one-year fellowship at Carnegie Hill Radiology is available starting July 2018, This position offers training in the analysis and interpretation of a wide range of clinical cardiac MRI studies, including the assessment of cardiac function, quantitative flow, myocardial perfusion, tissue viability and coronary artery imaging. The fellow will work directly with Dr. Steven Wolff and will also have the opportunity to participate in clinically relevant research and the evaluation of new medical devices. A comprehensive cardiac MRI teaching file is also available. Our facility includes a state of the art GE Discovery 3T MRI scanner and a 160 slice Toshiba Aquilion™ Prime CT scanner.
One dedicated fellow is accepted each year. This is an unfunded position.
To apply, please send your CV and a detailed letter of intent, stating your interests and what you expect to gain from the experience to: firstname.lastname@example.org.