Fellowships in Nuclear Radiology
Please Note: Positions for the 2013 & 2014 Nuclear Radiology
Fellowship program have been filled. We will be recruiting for
2015 at a later date.
The Division of Nuclear Medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine offers an ACGME-accredited one-year fellowship in Nuclear Radiology to candidates who have completed a residency in diagnostic radiology at an ACGME-accredited institution. Candidates must also have ABR or equivalent certification and the ability to obtain a license to practice medicine in Virginia. Those wanting to begin a fellowship immediately following the completion of their residency should apply in the late fall/early winter of their third year of radiology residency. Our program is certified to accept one fellow per year. More >
Fellows work with the latest leading edge imaging equipment at both locations. The division also has access to research PET tracers produced by a cyclotron located at UVA’s extensive research facilities in nearby Fontaine Research Park.
Our division offers a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic imaging services using radioactive materials. Positron emission tomography (PET) is available using the latest technology, PET-CT. PET-CT combines PET and CT in a single machine, which is used to provide information about metabolism linked to CT anatomy in a single exam. PET/CT is available for all approved clinical indications, including oncologic, neurologic, and cardiac. Clinical service is provided at the main hospital as well as the new Emily Couric Cancer Center, directly across the street from the main hospital. Fellows work with the latest leading edge imaging equipment at both locations. The division also has access to research PET tracers produced by a cyclotron located at UVa’s research facilities in nearby Fontaine Research Park.
We recognize the personal commitment it takes to extend your formal training and further develop your professional skills. As such, we stand firmly committed to helping each fellow expand their ability to diagnose and treat disease and excel in the dynamic field of nuclear medicine imaging.
Patrice K. Rehm, M.D.
Professor of Radiology
The Nuclear Radiology Fellowship at the University of Virginia is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
The University of Virginia School of Medicine is accredited by The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME). The University of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer; women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.