The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences Emory University School of Medicine offers a one-year clinical and translational research fellowship in Body MR Imaging. The body MRI program at Emory University is amongst the most clinically active and most technically advanced in the world, with state-of-the-art clinical and research facilities. The fellowship aims to combine excellent clinical training in a variety of abdominopelvic, vascular and pulmonary disease processes with the necessary technical training related to image acquisition and protocol optimization. Dynamically oriented and tailored to an individual applicant's interests and career aspirations, there is protected research time available to allow interested fellows to become further involved with innovative, translational research and education in body MRI.
The Clinically Applied Body MRI Program is headed by Dr. Pardeep Mittal, MD, Assistant Professor of Radiology. The Body MRI faculty, consisting of Dr. Mittal and his team, place a strong emphasis on the educational mission. There is also a cadre of physicists, research scientists and engineers that are part of the Body MRI team, serving as valuable resources for the MRI Fellow in the missions of clinical service, education and research.
The Department of Radiology at Emory University and Emory Healthcare has 18 current-generation MRI scanners, running on multiple platforms (Siemens and GE) with latest-generation software. Master research agreements in place with manufacturers have made Emory a testing ground for pre-clinical development and translational research. There are additional dedicated research MR scanners present, including a prototype 3T PET-MRI scanner at the newly established Center for Systems Imaging at Emory University.
The research component of the Body MRI Program is heavily translational, and clinical studies are impacted by results from research activities migrating into clinical practice. We have championed patient quality and safety practices through the process of technology development from bench-to-bedside. The body MRI Fellowship will offer candidates a unique mentorship environment in all areas. For applicants with research interests, this mentorship will be dedicated to cultivating an academic career oriented toward research, education and clinical excellence in Body MRI, providing ample opportunity for scientific investigations and publications that will provide a launching pad for future academic careers. The Body MRI Program is interdisciplinary and interfaces extensively with the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Applications are being considered for positions beginning July 2018 and July 2019.
Please direct inquiries to:
Body MRI Fellowship Program
Department of Radiology
1365 Clifton Road NE
Building A, Suite AT-627
Atlanta, GA 30322
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