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  • UTMD Anderson Oncologic Neuro Fellowship Opening 2021-2022

    Posted by Unknown Member on October 27, 2020 at 2:50 pm

    We are currently looking to fill our position for the Oncologic Neuroradiology Fellowship for 2021-2022 at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. 
    For additional program information please visit: [link=][/link]
    [b][u]Why MD Anderson[/u][/b] 
    Fellowship at a top ranked cancer center in the country for several years running. 
    A comprehensive program of imaging for brain, spine, head and neck tumors, with focus on advanced imaging techniques. 
    The Department of Neuroradiology is an integral part of the Brain and Spine Center. 
    The Head and Neck Surgery Department is also a premiere oncologic service that also receives national and international referral with over 60-70 new tumor patients presenting in the average week. 
    Diverse case material providing fellow with exposure to the full gamut of head and neck imaging from primary diagnosis to surveillance in complex post-treatment cases. 
    Curriculum that includes journal club, case conferences, tumor board, advanced neurologic imaging conferences, weekly lectures, and multidisciplinary conferences. 
    Opportunities for research/publications. 
    [b][i]The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is an equal employment opportunity employer.[/i][/b]  
    [b]If you have a question or have questions, please contact:[/b]  
    [b] [/b] 
    [b]Komal Shah, MD[/b]  
    Associate Professor & Oncologic Neuroradiology Fellowship Program Director  
    Department of Diagnostic Radiology  
    The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, 1400 Pressler St. – Unit 1482  
    Houston, Texas 77030  
    [b]E-Mail:[/b] [email protected]  
    [b]Interested applicants should complete application at:[/style] [link=][/link][/b] 
    ** [i]Application and interview required by November 1, 2018, for consideration for fellowship beginning July 1, 2019[/i] 
    [b]Applicants may also email the following; CV, USMLE transcript, Personal Statement, 3 LORS to:[/b] 
    [b]Melanie Gracia – Program Administrative Assistant[/b] 
    [b]Phone: 713-745-0567[/b] 
    [b]Email: [[email protected]][email protected][/email][/b] 
    1) Be board eligible or certified for diagnostic radiology or its foreign equivalent, 2) Have completed an ACGME approved neuroradiology 1 year fellowship or its foreign equivalent. Alternatively, significant work experience (at least 1 year full time or 2 years half time) interpreting neuroradiologic examinations may be considered. 3) Have interest in oncologic imaging and research. 

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