Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Why UT Southwestern

The UT Southwestern one-year Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Fellowship is a Texas Medical Board (TMB)-accredited program that features hands-on clinical and technical training in abdominopelvic and vascular MRI through didactic and case-based teaching, exposure to MR-guided interventions, multidisciplinary conferences, opportunities for scholarly/research activity, and a variety of available elective clinical experiences. The fellowship draws on rich and diverse clinical resources at a large tertiary care university hospital system, which includes the William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, NCI-designated Harold Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, and its affiliated outpatient clinics, as well as Parkland Memorial Hospital — Dallas County's public hospital and a Level 1 trauma center.

Program Mission

The mission of the Body MRI Fellowship program is to provide outstanding educational opportunities to trainees through innovative teaching, clinical training, and exposure to research and quality initiatives to develop excellent radiologists for either independent practices or academic medicine.

Program Aims

The Body MRI Fellowship aims to provide fellows with:

  • A collegial learning environment with a unique diversity and volume of cases to develop into expert Body MRI radiologists geared towards either academic or private practice radiology
  • Excellent case-based and didactic conferences as educational tools in addition to day-to-day workstation teaching
  • Participation in multidisciplinary teams in order to develop relationships with referring clinicians and enhance impact on patient care
  • The opportunity for advanced technical training in MR-guided prostate interventions
  • An individualized fellowship elective experience based on specific clinical and/or academic interests of each fellow
  • The opportunity to enhance understanding of MR physics, protocol development, and image optimization
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