Denver Health is proud to offer a one-year comprehensive body imaging fellowship. Our mission is to provide an excellent and supportive educational experience for our fellows, covering all aspects of body imaging. All radiology attendings hold academic appointments at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and are actively involved in teaching students, residents and fellows. We offer the full spectrum of state-of-the-art imaging at our seven-story Outpatient Medical Center and in our 550-bed hospital which includes a Level One Trauma Center. Both facilities are located on the main campus in the heart of downtown Denver, Colorado. Graduating fellows will receive the necessary training and resources to excel in either academic or private practice settings following completion of the program.
Body Imaging Clinical Experience
As a body imaging fellow, you will receive in-depth training in all aspects of body imaging in MRI, CT, US, X-ray and fluoroscopic exams.
- MRI – The fellow will be trained in interpreting and protocoling a broad spectrum of body MRI, including the following: hepatobiliary (including Eovist and iron deposition protocols); pancreatic/MRCP; adrenal; renal; gastrointestinal (including MR enterography and rectal cancer); male genitourinary (including MR urography, prostate and penile); obstetric/gynecologic (including endometriosis, endometrial cancer, cervical cancer, pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy); MR angiography; and cancer-syndrome whole body screening. For those interested, cardiac MRI training is also available.
- CT – The fellow will be comprehensively trained in emergency, inpatient and outpatient imaging, including vascular imaging. For those interested, cardiac CT training is also available, predominately made up of coronary CTAs.
- Ultrasound – The fellow will be trained in a wide variety of general body ultrasound, including liver elastography. The fellow will also receive training in first trimester obstetric, pediatric and musculoskeletal ultrasound.
- PET/CT – The fellow will interpret oncologic FDG PET studies, as well studies using novel radiotracers for prostate cancer and neuroendocrine tumors.
- Fluoroscopy – The fellow will perform and interpret standard gastrointestinal and genitourinary studies, including upper GIs, esophagrams, modified barium swallows, barium enemas, retrograde urethrograms and hysterosalpingograms.
- Image Guided Nonvascular Procedures - Interventional body procedures are offered as an optional part of fellowship training depending on fellow preference.
Body Imaging Educational Experience
The fellow will participate with attendings in the following conferences:
- Multidisciplinary Conferences
- Tumor Board
- Pulmonary Nodule
- Cardiac Imaging
- Additional Conferences
- Peer Learning Conference
- Optional Conferences/Meetings
- Relevant radiology resident noon conferences
- CT Quality Improvement meeting
- RAD-AID Conference
As integral members of the section, fellows participate in the supervision and education of the University of Colorado radiology residents on service.
Body Imaging Scholarly Experience
The fellowship offers the opportunity for additional scholarly opportunities with mentorship.
Light evening/weekend call responsibilities commensurate with other comparable national programs.
Position Details, Salary and Benefits
Denver Health fellow salaries are highly competitive locally and nationally. Dedicated academic funds are available to assist with academic pursuits. Fellows are provided an academic appointment at the University of Colorado School of Medicine at the rank of Instructor Fellow.
For the one-year contract, Denver Health offers full benefits, including an attractive 401(a) Social Security replacement savings program, and an optional 457(b) retirement savings program. Full details are available here.
How To Apply
The selection process involves an initial assessment of your CV and personal statement. Selected applicants will be invited for virtual interviews.
We currently offer one fellowship position. To be considered for a fellowship position, the applicant must be eligible for a full medical license in the state of Colorado.
Guidelines For Application Materials
Applicants will need to submit the following documents:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Personal statement
All application materials should be sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All successfully received CV/cover letters will result in an email confirmation.
We will request references and/or letters of recommendation USMLE Steps 1, 2 and 3; or FLEX Components 1 and 2; or NBME Parts I, II and III; or all parts of the MCCQE; or all parts of the examination of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners prior to the selection of a final candidate for each academic year.
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