This two-year fellowship involves both abdominal imaging and interventional radiology.
The one-year abdominal imaging fellowship provides a comprehensive multi-modal focus on abdominal and pelvis imaging and intervention.
The Emergency Radiology Division is now accepting applications for a newly created advanced fellowship position at Massachusetts General Hospital.
A comprehensive breast imaging fellowship offering world-class staff, varied clinical cases, and in-depth exposure to all aspects of screening, diagnostic, interventional and research breast imaging experiences.
This mini fellowship allows physicians to visit our facilities and shadow our cardiac CT imaging team.
The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Cardiac MR PET CT Program, a joint cardiology-radiology effort, seeks post-doctoral research fellows willing to commit two years to research in several cardiac imaging projects.
The Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship prepares radiologists to independently run or develop a state-of-the-art clinical noninvasive cardiac and vascular imaging service and to conduct cardiovascular imaging research.
The Webster Center for Advanced Research and Education in Radiation offers national and international visiting fellowships for radiologists and technologists interested in CT radiation dose as it pertains to daily clinical practice.
The one-year emergency radiology fellowship provides exposure to imaging in both traumatic and non-traumatic emergency situations in a level-1 trauma center.
The International and National Observer Fellowships provide comprehensive, individualized exposure to state-of-the-art imaging and intervention in an academic setting.
The Interventional Neuroradiology | Endovascular Neurosurgery Fellowship provides two years of graduated training, focusing on the use of clinical evaluation and diagnostic imaging to develop therapeutic decision-making, post-procedure care and research.
The Intervention Radiology Fellowship is a one-year, ACGME-approved program that provides 1 year of training in all aspects of interventional radiology.
The Musculoskeletal Imaging & Intervention Fellowship is one of the most comprehensive fellowship programs available in the country, providing exposure to all aspects of both diagnostic and interventional bone radiology.
The Neuroradiology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital is a rigorous program of clinical teaching and exposure to research designed to train first rate neuroradiologists and leaders in our rapidly evolving subspecialty.
The Nuclear Cardiology Fellowship Program provides training in all aspects of nuclear cardiology practice, including cardiac PET, stress performance and interpretation and image analysis and interpretation.
The Nuclear Radiology Fellowship offers training in nuclear medicine techniques, the physics involved in the emission and detection of radiation, the chemistry of radiopharmaceuticals, the biological effects of radiation, and the instrumentation used in nuclear radiology.
The Pediatric Radiology Fellowship is a comprehensive educational experience emphasizing all aspects of pediatric imaging, emergency room, intensive care, CT, MR and ultrasound, including invasive and interventional procedures and sedation.
The Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School provides a cutting-edge clinical and research experience in thoracic and cardiac diagnosis and thoracic intervention.
Dedicated to producing the next generation of top-notch clinical and academic radiologists, the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology residency program provides intensive training in all subspecialty areas and modalities of imaging, including a comprehensive experience with interventional radiology.
The Interventional Radiology Residency Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is dedicated to training physicians in the performance of minimally invasive, image-guided techniques to diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system, while providing high-quality clinical patient care.
Neuroimaging is a rapidly advancing field with frequent new developments in scanning modalities, protocols, clinical indications, patient management and post-processing techniques. Each of these can result in a lag in knowledge, competence and performance among practitioners. The educational objective of this intensive two-day course is to provide a comprehensive, focused review of the major basic and advanced principles of clinical diagnostic neuroradiology. Specifically, we will emphasize the management, acquisition, and interpretation of structural and functional imaging studies of the brain, spine, and extracranial head and neck, with a goal towards appropriate application of clinical imaging algorithms, implementation of relevant recent technical advances, and formulation of differential diagnoses. The educational methods used in this course will include didactic lectures, review of evidence-based diagnostic and treatment algorithms, Q&A discussions and interactive case based conferences.
This course will provide a comprehensive, focused review of the major basic and advanced principles of diagnostic emergency radiology. Specifically, we will emphasize areas of need in this field, such as the management, acquisition, and interpretation of structural and advanced imaging studies of the brain, spine, extremities, heart, lungs, abdomen, pelvis, and vascular system. Unique features of this course include its intensive, focused, weekend format; its use of both didactic lectures and interactive case reviews for teaching the essentials; it's convenient Boston location & spring timing; and it's outstanding faculty of MGH emergency academic radiologists, who bring decades of experience and expertise to their sessions from our Level 1 adult / pediatric trauma & burn center, which currently cares for over 100,000 patients per year.
04/07/2015: Radiology Review: 2015
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive and practical review of contemporary diagnostic imaging. Optimal imaging and image interpretation of usually encountered conditions are reviewed. Pitfalls in image interpretation, including MRI artifacts, are explained and methods to avoid them are presented. In addition to lectures, multiple case presentation sessions are provided that show examples of "must-know" and "advanced" cases. An audience response system will be utilized to facilitate participation. Self-assessment modules (SAMs) will be provided and tailored to the course material.
11/03/2014: Chest Imaging: 2014
The rapidly expanding subspecialty of Thoracic Radiology creates a challenge for physicians to stay current. The three-day chest course will include symposia dedicated to the multidisciplinary assessment and management of lung cancer, lung cancer screening, the approach to HRCT and interstitial lung diseases and acute cardiothoracic imaging. New modalities including PET-CT, MRI, dual-energy CT and dose reduction strategies will be presented.
10/25/2014: Interventional Radiology Symposium 2014
09/15/2014: Neuroradiology Post Graduate Course: 2014
The educational objective of this intensive five-day course is to provide a comprehensive review of basic and advanced principles in the management, acquisition and interpretation of structural and functional imaging studies of the brain, spine, and extra-cranial head and neck. A renowned guest faculty joins faculty from Harvard Medical School at Massachusetts General Hospital, the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Interactive learning formats such as Q&A sessions and group case discussions will be incorporated into the course to enable the participants to develop new strategies they can use in their practice setting.
06/26/2014: Sports Medicine: 2014
Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology supports these core and elective clerkship programs offered through Harvard Medical School.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology hosts students from several diagnostic imaging training programs for their clinical rotations.
Developed by the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital, RadIQ is an online education and training tool that simulates a clinical environment for residents by providing access to multimodality complete data sets (MR, CT) with PACS-like functionality.