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Pediatric Radiology

A proud member of the Detroit Medical Center (DMC), Children’s Hospital of Michigan established in 1886, is the first and largest freestanding hospital in the state completely dedicated to serving children. This 228-bed facility has an international reputation in pediatric medicine, surgery and research, training more pediatricians than any other facility in Michigan. The Children’s Hospital of Michigan engages in groundbreaking research that has long shaped the science of pediatric medicine. Children’s Hospital of Michigan is consistently ranked as one of America’s best pediatric hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.

The Pediatric Radiology department is centered at the Detroit Medical Center main campus in the heart of Detroit’s Midtown District. The department is responsible for the interpretation of pediatric imaging studies from all Children’s Hospital of Michigan satellite institutions as a well as from the other DMC hospitals. Imaging modalities include Ultrasound, X-ray, Computer tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Nuclear Medicine and Interventional Radiology covering all organ systems in the pediatric patient.

The Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University Pediatric Radiology Fellowship in the Department of Pediatric Imaging at Children's Hospital of Michigan, is a 1-year ACGME accredited program with 3 funded positions that are designed to prepare the trainees both for the ABR CAQ in Pediatric Radiology and a successful career in pediatric imaging. The Pediatric Radiology program is designed to provide our trainees with an in-depth understanding of the field of Pediatric Imaging. This education emphasizes all aspects of Pediatric Radiology. The 1 year curriculum exposes the trainee to diagnostic imaging from all modalities and organ systems, covering a wide breath of pathologies, increasing the knowledge of the trainee in the field of Pediatric Radiology. As the year progresses, the program allows for the trainee to tailor their schedule to focus on one or more specialties of interest, providing a more in-depth learning experience.

Upon completion of the program, the trainee will have an expanded understanding of general Pediatric Radiology as well as a more in-depth knowledge of a field of their choosing; ready to enter their career as a knowledgeable and proficient pediatric radiologist.

Contact Us

Sheena Saleem, MBBS, MD
Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program Director
Staff Radiologist, Department of Pediatric Imaging, Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Director of Ultrasound Section, Department of Pediatric Imaging, Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Wayne State University

Stacie Morell
Program Coordinator
(313) 735-0257

Pediatric Radiology