Interventional Radiology Fellowship
The Intervention Radiology Fellowship is a one-year, ACGME-approved program that provides 1 year of training in all aspects of interventional radiology.
Massachusetts General Hospital Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program
A message from the IR Fellowship Program Directors:
Thank you for your interest in the Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital. As you know, Interventional Radiology is one of the most exciting and fastest growing fields in medicine today. In many cases, interventional procedures are becoming the treatment of choice as they offer a minimally invasive alternative to invasive surgery without the associated morbidity and mortality. At the MGH, the Division of Interventional Radiology offers a full spectrum of vascular and nonvascular procedures, including diagnostic angiography, percutaneous angioplasty and stenting, embolization therapy, percutaneous tumor ablative therapies, thrombolysis, gastrointestinal/biliary interventions, genitourinary interventions, transplant interventions, dialysis fistula/graft evaluation and treatment, drainage and/or sclerosis, venous ablation, and vascular access. In addition, the IR service works closely with the MGH Cancer Center providing patients with both chemoembolization and radioembolization procedures, as well as, percutaneous ablative therapies such as radiofrequency ablation, cryoablation, ethanol ablation portal vein embolization, irreversible electroporation (IRE) / nanoknife, and many more.
The Interventional Radiology Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, USA is an ACGME-approved, one-year program. Our philosophy on training is consistent with the ACGME emphasis on graded-responsibility and identification of and concentration on core competencies. The program is committed to encouraging trainees to gain experience through maximum hands-on participation by performing complex procedures, rather than through observation. After completion of the fellowship, individuals will be eligible to sit for the Certificate of Added Qualifications (CAQ) in Interventional Radiology Examination.
The Massachusetts General Hospital is the largest Harvard Medical School affiliated teaching hospital with over 900 beds. It is a world recognized, full service facility covering multiple sub-specialties. It is a Level 1 trauma center with a nationally recognized Cancer Center and an active liver, kidney, and pancreas transplant surgery program. With over 47, 000 inpatient admissions per year and over 1 million outpatient visits per year, trainees are able to gain exposure to a wide variety of patients and diagnoses.
|Cardiovascular intervention procedure room
The Vascular Intervention faculty includes experienced interventionalists, some who have more than 30 years experience:
We adhere to the guidelines for the Radiology Fellowship Recruitment set forth by the Society of Chiefs of Academic Radiology Departments. We look forward to receiving your application and meeting you during the recruitment season.
committed to education
Training future radiologists is central to the mission of the Mass General Department of Radiology.
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Application deadline: January 15, 2015
Accepting applications starting October 15, 2014
1. Fill out the downloadable Fellowship Application Form (PDF)
2. Once your application is complete, email one pdf document containing the following items in the order described below:
- Picture of Applicant
- Application Form
- Curriculum Vitae
- USMLE Transcript
- Personal Statement
NOTE: Graduates of foreign medical schools should be aware that you must be eligible for a full license in the State of Massachusetts in order to be considered a candidate for fellowship
3. Email THREE (3) letters of recommendation (as one PDF, if possible) one of which should be from your program director.
Fellowship Program Coordinator: Genacia Deraville, MHA
Once your application is complete, we will evaluate your documents and invite you to arrange an interview. The process includes spending the day with the section, interviews by the staff, opportunities to talk to the current fellows and a departmental and hospital tour.