The Nuclear Radiology Fellowship is committed to training the future generation of Clinical Nuclear Radiologists, by teaching proficiency and excellence in all diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of Nuclear Medicine with a clinical flavor. The Nuclear Radiology Fellow is expected to attain the understanding and expertise required to manage all types of nuclear medicine patients.
The graduating fellow will be able to be competent in patient care by acquiring the skills required to use and administer radioactive materials. The fellow will learn to administer radionuclide as well as radioimmunotherapies, their clinical indications, the radiation exposure, complications and follow-up of patients. The fellow will also learn all new diagnostic nuclear medicine techniques, including oncologic and non-oncologic hybrid imaging, as well as nuclear cardiac imaging. This training will demonstrate the role of nuclear medicine in multimodality imaging and its benefits. The Clinical Nuclear Radiology fellow will acquire skills in clinical nuclear medicine through time spent in oncology, endocrine and radiation oncology clinics. Research time will also be allotted for completion of a project, to be submitted to a meeting or for manuscript publication.
Nuclear Medicine Department
There are two state of the art GE LYSO PET-CT 16 and 64 slice scanners with time of flight and respiratory gating capabilities. In addition, five dual-head Nuclear Medicine cameras, including a SPECT-CT, and state of the art cardiovascular cameras compliment the clinical Nuclear Medicine and the Nuclear Cardiology Services.
Interested applicants (ABR eligible/ABR certified) should send a universal application, their curriculum vitae, a copy of their radiology residency program graduation certificate (when available), USMLE steps 1, 2, and 3, three letters of recommendation, and a personal statement to the attention of our Program Director, Lawrence Saperstein, MD. (A photograph is requested but not required).
Send applications to
Lisa M. Hribko
Nuclear Radiology Fellowship Coordinator
Yale University School of Medicine
333 Cedar Street
P.O. Box 208042
New Haven, CT 06520-8042
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