The AIRP Fellow positions are designed to provide additional experience for radiologists who have completed their training and an interest in academic radiology is encouraged. Educational, clinical and research activities are emphasized here at the AIRP.
The AIRP fellow has the opportunity to review numerous correlated cases submitted to the AIRP by residents attending the Radiologic Pathology Courses. The study of the pathologic basis of abnormal radiologic images is enhanced through review of case material, didactic lectures, and intramural conferences in the AIRP. The length of AIRP fellow is one year. Once completed by AIRP Fellows, the AIRP will award a certificate of completion stating “AIRP Fellow completed one year of training specializing in Musculoskeletal imaging.”
• The AIRP Fellows duties span every aspect of the departmental and institutional mission.
• American Institute for Radiologic Pathology: Review AIRP class cases as unknowns
Benefits and Compensation
Access to Customized and Dynamic Musculoskeletal Digital Library: Designed for on-demand access via Web, iPad, iPhone, Android, Desktop devices.
The Ideal AIRP MSK Fellow has a strong research background/experience, and intends to pursue a career as an academic radiologist; yet, by no means does this suggest that any other type of candidate will not be considered.
The Interview Season for 2020 MSK Fellowship Candidates is now open.
Click here to apply or copy and paste the following url to your browser's address bar: https://www.jsco.re/25nru
We will begin accepting applications for 2020 MSK Fellowship Candidates during 2018. Interviews for those candidates begin August 2018.
Radiology Residents with a strong interest in academic radiology are highly encouraged to apply