Upon completion of the program, fellows will have:
- Advanced knowledge in imaging principles and physics, including radiation biology and safety
- Knowledge in radiographic techniques and their indications, including conventional radiography, computed tomography, fluoroscopy, sonography, nuclear scintigraphy and MR imaging
- An understanding of radiographic, sonographic, scintigraphic and cross-sectional imaging evaluation of musculoskeletal diseases
- Ability to perform interventional procedures, including CT- and ultrasound image-guided biopsies as well as ultrasound- and fluoroscopically-guided access procedures
- An understanding of emergency procedures, including their indications and impact
Musculoskeletal imaging fellows are offered an optional four weeks of elective time is available if desired.
Graduates of the program are successfully equipped to join either academic or private practice.
The Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship is a one-year, non-accredited program. Please note that an applicant may only apply to one fellowship program. Although the MSK Fellowship is unaccredited, the program does participate in the NRMP Match.