Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging Fellowship

As one of the busiest transplant centers in the country, our residents are also given experience in all aspects of transplant imaging, including PET-CT imaging, multiphase MR and CT imaging.                                                  

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Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging Fellowship

 

Thank you for your interest in our MRI/MSK Fellowship program.  

 

The radiology department at Baylor University Medical Center strives for continued excellence in the field of radiology. In order to maintain the utmost standard in patient care, our staff radiologists, training program, support staff, and leadership team work cohesively to deliver the best service to our patients.

 

We have continued to seek the best in latest imaging equipment and information systems to allow for efficient and excellent radiology care. Our training program benefits from a diverse sub specialized radiology staff who put education as a top priority.  One of the strengths of the program is the wide variety of pathology that comes through the doors of our quaternary care hospital.

 

As one of the busiest transplant centers in the country, our residents are also given experience in all aspects of transplant imaging, including PET-CT imaging, multiphase MR and CT imaging. An advanced, newly constructed cancer center on campus also adds excellent exposure to oncologic imaging. Combine these excellent clinical exposures with our friendly and cooperative relationship with referring clinicians, and the special nature of Baylor begins to be understood.

 

The fellows work side by side with MRI and Musculoskeletal fellowship trained staff radiologists. We currently have 7 Body MRI fellowship trained staff and 4 Musculoskeletal Imaging fellowship trained staff that work side by side with the fellows. The case load includes all body and musculoskeletal applications of MRI. The fellowship offers special emphasis on hepatic MR imaging related to the large case load associated with Baylor’s hepatic transplantation center. The Musculoskeletal experience is outstanding given the large volume and diverse pathology in our quaternary care medical center. This experience is enhanced by the outpatient component of our practice which includes several of the largest and most well respected orthopedic practices in Dallas Texas, including William B. Carrell Memorial Clinic, Orthopedic Associates of Dallas, Texas Orthopedic Associates and Metrocrest Orthopedics.

 

We currently have 1 fellow position per academic year. Most of the training occurs on campus with several rotations in regional imaging facilities affiliated with Baylor and our private imaging practice, American Radiology Associates.

  



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