The radiology fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s offers an unsurpassed opportunity for our trainees. This comprehensive one-year program covers all aspects of radiology and medical imaging and includes rotations in thoracoabdominal imaging, neuroradiology, musculoskeletal imaging, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, interventional radiology, cardiac imaging, and fetal imaging. Daily lectures and interdisciplinary conferences provide extensive learning opportunities, with teaching and guidance provided by faculty that have a strong interest in providing high quality education and patient care. As part of the main pediatric referral hospital in a four-state region, the trainee will be exposed to a large volume of studies with a wide range of hands-on experience. During the fellowship you will see pathologies in a variety of settings, ranging from outpatient services to the busiest pediatric emergency department in the country.
For more information about the Radiology and Medical Imaging Fellowship Program at Cincinnati Children’s, contact:
Eric J. Crotty, MD
Fellowship Program Director
The one-year pediatric radiology fellowship is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Focused second-year pediatric imaging fellowships are available in the following subspecialty areas:
- Body MRI
- Fetal imaging (US / MRI)
- Interventional radiology
- Cardiac MRI
- Research (dedicated research year)
You can apply for the fellowship by downloading an application in portable document format (.pdf).
The Department of Radiology requires the following information from applicants:
- Completed application
- Current CV
- Copy of medical school diploma
- Reference letter from your program director
- Two further reference letters from colleagues currently practicing with you
- If foreign trained, ECFMG certificate