Fellowships in Radiology and Medical Imaging
UVA Radiology and Medical Imaging
Top physicians come to the UVA School of Medicine from across the country—and around the world—to complete their Fellowship training in the subspecialty fellowships available in the Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging.
The overarching goal of the Radiology and Medical Imaging Fellowship program is to fulfill the mission of the University of Virginia Health System: To provide excellence and innovation in the care of patients, the training of health professionals, and the creation and sharing of health knowledge.
Our fellowships are extensive and enable the fellow to accumulate a broad base of medical knowledge, develop progressively independent interpretive and technical skills under supervision, and become proficient at accurate clinical decision making and consulting. Teaching and research opportunities are tailored to the special interests and talents of each individual.
At the conclusion of the fellowship, the graduate will have the foundation to build an academic career in radiology and medical imaging, advance subspecialty knowledge and skills as an advanced clinical Fellow or instructor, or enter community practice.
Foreign Medical Graduates
International medical graduates are welcomed and encouraged to apply for our Radiology and Medical Imaging Fellowships. Fellows are selected on the basis of their medical training, general and academic achievements, and personal qualities. No preference is given to any particular medical school or geographic area; nor is race, sex, or national origin a consideration.
International medical graduates need to have a permanently validated ECFMG Certificate and have passed USMLE Step 3. They will be offered a Visa for the duration of their fellowship.
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