The Section of Pediatric Radiology at the University of Michigan has much to offer to prospective pediatric radiology fellows. There are approximately 90,000 pediatric imaging examinations performed per year at the Michigan Medicine. The Section of Pediatric Radiology is part of the Department of Radiology, one of the country’s premier academic radiology departments and radiology residency training programs.
C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital offers the finest in primary and tertiary care, forming the backdrop for an excellent training program in pediatric radiology. Fellows will see a broad range of childhood illness and also receive training with a very strong foundation in common as well as rare/complex diseases. The Department of Radiology at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital serves our patients with the finest in modern imaging technology, including one 3T and two 1.5T Phillips and Siemens MRI, five state-of-the-art ultrasound units, 2 Siemens CT, four fluoroscopic suites and up to date digital radiography. PET-CT is on site as well as a full range of pediatric molecular imaging. There is also an intraoperative MRI as well as a state of the art interventional radiology suite within the operating theater. As detailed in the fellowship program pages, there is ample opportunity to participate in a variety of multidisciplinary conferences, perform research (with dedicated research time), and help with the educational activities of the section by working with and lecturing our radiology residents and rotating medical students.
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