The Pediatric Radiology Fellowship at Nationwide Children’s Hospital provides broad experience in all aspects of pediatric radiology.
Our one-year, ACGME / AOA approved Pediatric Radiology Fellowship provides broad experience in all aspects of pediatric radiology. With nearly a quarter million imaging studies performed per year, our program offers extensive exposure to the broad discipline of pediatric radiology in hospital and outpatient settings, including: general radiography, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, body CT and MRI (including fetal and cardiac MRI,) as well as pediatric vascular and interventional radiology.
Eligible candidates should have completed a residency in diagnostic radiology and be board-certified or board-eligible. The program presently accepts three funded fellows per year with a fourth position for fellows providing external funding.
Upon successful completion of the program, fellows meet training requirements for Pediatric Radiology certification by the American Board of Radiology.
We currently have openings in the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Pediatric Radiology fellowship for the 2018-2019 academic year. This includes an open position for diagnostic pediatric radiology, as well as second year sub specialty fellowships in Pediatric Cardiac Imaging and Pediatric Neuroradiology.
What You Need to Know
Our program supports a well-established, state-of-the art pediatric interventional radiology program. We offer an additional pediatric interventional radiology fellowship year for those interested.
With a large staff of board certified pediatric radiologists, the fellows enjoy face-to-face teaching on a daily basis. With daily morning and noon conferences, core curriculum case conferences, and numerous interdisciplinary conferences offered each week, the fellows’ exposure to the broad range of pediatric pathology is assured.
Diverse opportunities exist for participation in clinical, laboratory bench, educational and health systems research in pediatric radiology and integrated clinical fields. Nationwide Children’s Hospital, The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Radiological Institute are recipients of both internal and external grant funding for clinical and laboratory bench research projects. Generous research funding is available for the interested fellow.
Application & Selection
Eligible candidates should have completed a four-year residency in Diagnostic Radiology and be board-certified or board-eligible. The program presently accepts three fellows per year. Selected candidates will be offered an onsite interview.
Candidate must provide the following items by email to Allison.Begue@NationwideChildrens.org or mail them to the address below.
- Completed application
- Personal statement
- Curriculum vitae
- Three letters of reference (one should be from your Program Director)
- Copy of Medical School Diploma
Fellowship Applications Note: Appointments can be made for one year only, subject to continuing advancement as opportunity and performance permit, but this institution is not obligated to extend any appointment beyond one year. Appointments are made for a specific service. No departmental chairman can guarantee an appointment on service outside of his own departments, but such interchange may be accompanied if and when it is mutually advantageous to all concerned.
Please send credentials and direct correspondence to the Chief of the department to which you are making residency application.
Stephen M. Druhan, MD
Department of Radiology
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
700 Children’s Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43205
Meet Our Fellows
Eric Morgan, MD, PhD
Diagnostic Radiology Fellow
2019 - 2020
Nathan Fagan, MD
Interventional Radiology Fellow
2019 - 2020
For more information regarding the Fellowship, please contact:
Stephen M. Druhan, MD
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