The University of Colorado is seeking two Abdominal Imaging Fellows for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Located in the Denver metro, our Abdominal Imaging Fellowship provides unique exposure to high volumes of inpatient, outpatient and emergency US, CT and MRI exams due to our unique standing as the primary regional health center in the Rocky Mountain region.
The wide spectrum of imaging performed includes general abdominal US, OB-GYN US, arterial and venous vascular Doppler, scrotal US, pre and post-transplant (liver, renal and pancreas) imaging, CT and MRI for cancer staging and monitoring. MR exams include Hepatobiliary imaging with MRI/MRCP, Liver Elastography, Iron/Fat quantification, pancreas including Secretin studies, renal, adrenal, MRA, appendix, female pelvis including pelvic floor dysfunction MRI, placental anomaly, enterography, rectal cancer staging, and prostate MRI. GI-GU fluoroscopy and intervention procedures (aspiration, biopsy, and drainage, etc.) are also included as part of fellowship training.
Participation in multidisciplinary conferences (Colorectal cancer, second-opinion urologic oncology, gynecologic oncology, liver transplant, liver tumor, pancreas, sarcoma, and thyroid-parathyroid) is an integral part of fellowship training.
Fellows participate in resident and medical student education and there are ample opportunities to participate in scholarship projects where fellows work with faculty mentors to publish their findings and present at national meetings.
Internal moonlighting is built into the call system resulting in a very competitive salary. There is also opportunity to pick up additional internal moonlighting shifts at faculty level pay to augment salary further. Academic time is provided post call for a good work-life balance and to allow for scholarship.
This one-year fellowship program is non-ACGME and does not participate in the National Resident Matching Program.
The University of Colorado Hospital is part of a new billion-dollar medical complex situated just east of downtown Denver in the newest academic medical campus in the country. The entire hospital, as well as the medical school and research facilities, is new with state-of-the art radiology equipment. It is also one of the fastest growing, most comprehensive medical centers in the country. In addition, coming to CU means you have access to the Rocky Mountains and all that it has to offer. The faculty and residents at the University of Colorado believe very strongly in our educational, research, and clinical missions. We further believe that we offer candidates many unique experiences during their fellowship that cannot be found elsewhere.
For additional information about the Abdominal Imaging Fellowship (or to apply) please visit our website. Please also see the overview videos of our radiology department and the hospital. We look forward to showing you our program!