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Additionally, fellows will increase their skills in scholarly academic pursuits, such as teaching and research. The Division of Cardiothoracic Imaging offers a one-year fellowship in thoracic and cardiovascular imaging. Up to 4 qualified applicants may be accepted each year. The fellowship is structured to train candidates for a successful career in either academic radiology or in the private sector.
The fellowship provides comprehensive training in pulmonary, cardiac, and vascular imaging with services in conventional radiography, CT, MRI, and thoracic interventions. Ample volumes and diverse pathology enrich the fellowship experience and facilitate comprehensive training. Although the fellowship is designed to provide balanced training in both thoracic and cardiovascular radiology, the amount of time on each service can be altered to accommodate individual interests.
Fellows receive excellent training in chest radiograph and CT interpretation. Duke is a regional and national referral center for lung transplantation, interstitial lung disease, pulmonary arterial hypertension, thromboembolic disease, and cancer treatment, which is reflected in the volume and diversity of pulmonary imaging. Fellows participate in the performance and interpretation of coronary CTA on an ongoing basis throughout the fellowship. Training in cardiac MRI occurs as a dedicated three-month block to facilitate completion of level II certification in cardiovascular MR.
A strong emphasis is placed on learning how to perform exams, as this facilitates troubleshooting sequences and final study interpretation. Vascular CT and MR imaging is an important component of fellowship training and encompasses a broad spectrum of vascular disease not limited to the chest. The division provides a comprehensive vascular imaging service with CT and MR of the thoracoabdominal aorta, visceral arteries, and extremities. Routine studies include pre- and postoperative assessment of patients with acute aortic syndromes, trans-catheter aortic valve replacement TAVR , renal transplantation, venous thromboembolic disease, and peripheral vascular disease, among others.
The Division maintains an active interventional service performing several CT- guided lung biopsies each week. Fellows receive additional training in pleural procedures including thoracentesis and thoracostomy tube placement. The Division also offers ablation therapies for the treatment of both primary and metastatic disease to the chest. Fellows are encouraged to participate in research during training and are allocated academic time to do so. Participation in national scientific meetings is encouraged.
Division faculty welcome fellow engagement. Research mentorship is a hallmark of our fellowship experience. Faculty within the Cardiothoracic Division are recognized nationally as exceptional educators, lecturing at key national society meetings. Our division and faculty have also been awarded several teaching awards within the department for our commitment to education. Cardiothoracic fellows are expected to engage in daily teaching activities through interactions with residents, medical students, and clinical faculty.
In addition to teaching at the workstation, fellows will have the opportunity to present formal case conferences and didactic lectures. The division directs and participates in many different multidisciplinary conferences. Cardiothoracic fellows have the primary responsibility of reviewing and presenting studies for multidisciplinary conferences under faculty guidance.
Fellows participate in supervised weekend shifts during the first 5 months of fellowship, rotating with the residents on service. Upon completion of the fellowship experience, most Duke Abdominal Imaging Fellows accept positions in high profile private practices. Between one and two fellows per year choose to enter an academic practice, combining a passion for teaching and research with high quality patient care.
Using cutting edge technology, including modern scanners and image guiding procedures, to provide a wide array of imaging services. From across campus to across the world, rich collaborations help create a culture of curiosity and success to advance abdominal imaging. National and international leaders in their fields help fuel our residency and fellowship programs. Our interview season for this application cycle start date July has closed. Please visit this page again for more details as the application schedule evolves.
We have always adhered to SCARD guidelines for the fellowship application process and will continue to do so. Please reach out to our fellowship team for more information at any time! During application season, applications include the following and can be submitted to Jane Dyson at the address listed below:.
Benjamin M. Wildman-Tobriner, M. Jane M. Abdominal Imaging Fellowship. Kaleigh Burke, M. Class of Anthony Trace, M.