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Educational Curriculum

Pediatric Radiology fellows progress through all major modalities under full-time staff supervision. These include plain radiography, fluoroscopy, ultrasound (US), computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Nuclear Medicine with system-based practice neuroradiology, musculoskeletal radiology and cardiothoracic imaging. We also offer dedicated time in interventional radiology.

The curriculum includes:

  • Daily work schedules and emergency call allow the fellow to gain experience in performing procedures under staff supervision.
  • Graded increasing responsibility for patient care in all areas of pediatric imaging under the direct supervision of staff pediatric radiologists.
  • Extensive didactic and clinical educational experience based upon the subspecialty curriculum.
  • Access to extensive library and resource materials in pediatric radiology as well as extensive clinical interactive conferences with several pediatric subspecialty disciplines.
  • Involvement in clinical or basic research.
  • Involvement in the education and mentoring of general radiology residents.
  • Instruction in issues related to quality assurance and continuing professional development.
  • Mentoring in child health advocacy.


  • Daily noon education conference lead by Attending
  • Weekly Fellow didactic conference covering pre assigned materials
  • Monthly Journal Conference
  • Interdisciplinary Conference scheduled throughout the month (Tumor Board, Neuroradiology/Neurosurgery, Uroradiology, Surgery, Radiology-Pathology, ENT, GI and Endocrine)

Pediatric Radiology