University of Texas Health San Antonio
Department of Radiology, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229-3900
Total Skeletal Radiology Faculty: 4;
Society of Skeletal Radiology Members: 2;
International Skeletal Society Members: 2
Computed Tomography (CT),
Bone Mineral Densitometry,
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI),
Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship - To train Fellows in the advanced image interpretation of the musculoskeletal system - To educate our Fellows in a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders - To teach proficiency in image-guided musculoskeletal procedures Our practice practice involves diagnosis and treatment of a variety of musculoskeletal disorders including trauma, internal derangement, tumors, infection, and arthritis. Through one-on-one teaching at the workstation, case conferences, lectures, and interdepartmental conferences with our Orthopedic colleagues, the fellow will learn from a wide spectrum of musculoskeletal disorders and feel comfortable interpreting those cases. As a tertiary care center, we care for patients throughout south and central Texas spanning a wide distribution of socioeconomic classes and health. We are fortunate to have 2 Orthopedic Oncologists who refer bone and soft tissue tumor cases which are discussed in our weekly Orthopedic Oncology and Sarcoma conferences. We work closely with our referring Orthopedic Surgeons and Podiatrists. As part of our practice, the fellow will perform image-guided procedures at University Hospital and our outpatient imaging center. In addition to the training in musculoskeletal radiology, the fellow receives an appointment as Clinical Instructor in the Department of Radiology. As a Clinical Instructor, the fellow provides faculty-level on-call coverage at our Level I Trauma Center. Therefore, board certification/eligibility as well as Texas licensure are prerequisites for the fellowship. The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, as an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, seeks to attract qualified individuals of diverse backgrounds to its faculty, staff and student body. Accordingly, UT-San Antonio does not discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or veteran status in admissions, educational programs, or employment of faculty or staff. Positions Offered: 1 Duration: 12 months
University of Texas Houston McGovern Medical School
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging Department 6431 Fannin St., MSB 2.103b Houston, TX 77030
Total Skeletal Radiology Faculty: 9;
Society of Skeletal Radiology Members: 4;
International Skeletal Society Members: 0
SPORTS, ORTHOPEDIC AND EMERGENCY IMAGING FELLOWSHIP - To train Fellows to become efficient, practical, and highly skilled in the multimodality imaging of sports related injuries including conventional radiography, CT, arthography, ultrasound and MRI. Image guided intervention including radiography, CT and ultrasound guided musculoskeletal therapeutic procedures including fenestrations, steroid injections and PRP (Platelets Rich Plasma) - To train Fellows to become efficient, practical, and highly skilled in the preoperative workup and postoperative imaging of orthopedic patients including the recognition of possible complications using a multimodality approach. - To train Fellows to become efficient, practical, and highly skilled in the imaging of the acutely injured and ill patients. - To train fellows to become competent in Sports, Orthopedic, and Emergency Imaging by teaching one-on-one at the workstation and during procedures, and also by lectures and case conferences. - The Fellow's responsibilities will be commensurate with their level of training and experience and will increase as the year progresses. - To provide the Fellows with experience to interact with athletes including major league basketball and football teams, acutely ill, and traumatized patients and their physicians. - To provide the opportunity for scholarly activity, including presentations at conferences, lectures and clinical research. Sports, Orthopedic, and Emergency Imaging: Fellows spend a total of two four week blocks on Emergency and Trauma Imaging rotation. Nine four week blocks are spent on the Musculoskeletal Imaging rotation. One four week block will be spent in the world famous MD Anderson cancer center Musculoskeletal department. Up to two four week blocks are available for electives
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, as an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, seeks to attract qualified individuals of diverse backgrounds to its faculty, staff and student body. Accordingly, UT-Houston does not discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or veteran status in admissions, educational programs, or employment of faculty or staff. Positions Offered: 2 Duration: 12 months Other: In conjunction with the Ironman Institute for Sports Medicine at Memorial Hermann Hospital – Texas Medical Center ,this fellowship is well-suited for applicants interested in the imaging and management of a broad range of injured patients as it includes experience in one of the nation’s largest trauma centers and experience in one of the largest sports medicine institutes.
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Other Program Directors: Clark O. West, M.D. (MHH) and David Wells, M.D. (SLEH) The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer CenterDivision of Diagnostic Imaging 1515 Holcombe Blvd., Unit 1273 Houston, TX 77030
Total Skeletal Radiology Faculty: 15;
Society of Skeletal Radiology Members: 8;
International Skeletal Society Members: 6
To educate trainees in the advanced interpretation of radiography, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine/PET, and ultrasound examinations of the musculoskeletal system and in the performance of fluoroscopy, ultrasound and CT guided procedures.
To educate trainees in the biology, treatment, and complications of neoplastic and acquired musculoskeletal diseases, particularly as they are reflected in musculoskeletal imaging studies and procedures.
To provide an opportunity for clinical education and academic research using the clinical material and resources of The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, and The Memorial Hermann Hospital, in an integrated program (eight months at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, two months at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, and two months at Memorial Hermann Hospital).
Please note: ACGME Accreditation is Pending. The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, or veteran status except where such distinction is required by law. All positions at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center are security sensitive and subject to examination of criminal history record information. Smoke-free environment. Positions Offered: 1 Duration: 12 months
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
5323 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, TX 75390-9316
Total Skeletal Radiology Faculty: 7;
Society of Skeletal Radiology Members: 5;
International Skeletal Society Members: 1
The Musculoskeletal Radiology Division at UTSW provides comprehensive training to the fellows in diagnostic and interventional services. Our goal is to provide fellows with the knowledge and skill that they will need to provide patients with safe, effective and innovative care. The fellowship is designed to encourage and engage fellows who are innovating and leading the way to advance the MSK Imaging field. The fellows will have the opportunity to benefit from the unique career development and mentoring opportunities available at UT Southwestern.
Fellows run the service on a day to day basis and form an integral part of the Musculoskeletal Imaging and intervention team. Fellows protocol all the MRI and arthrogram examinations to be performed on high-end 1.5T and 3T scanners throughout the campus. Attendance at many multi-disciplinary conferences enhances knowledge and provides valuable communication skills allowing them to become progressively independent throughout the year.
Our Fellows get an opportunity to perform a variety of procedures ranging from routine joint injections to radiofrequency modulation of pain pathways. We work very closely with orthopedic oncology, rheumatology, sports and various sub-specialists in providing care to patients who need biopsies of musculoskeletal tumors and image guided interventions for pain syndromes.
A professional budget is provided for educational expenses. Attendance at national conferences with presentations is highly encouraged. In addition, fellows use their protected time to advance their education and have the opportunity and support to be able to participate in various research projects or design new research studies from the ground up.
Fellow specific lectures are provided with a focus on patient work-up and follow-up. A high case volume provides ample "hands-on and at site" teaching time. UT Southwestern is an educationally driven institution with numerous interdisciplinary conferences. Our weekly conferences include Texas Bone Club, Sarcoma Tumor Board, Divisional Case Conferences and M&M and the Ortho Chiefs Conference. On a monthly basis, we have Hand & Foot Conferences, Sports and Joint Conference, Arthroscopy Correlation Conference as well as the Rheumatology Grand Rounds.
Other E-Mail: radeducation@UTSouthwestern.edu, Positions Offered: 3, MSK Positions Duration: 1 Year