OHSU campus is located in Portland, Oregon and the campus is on Marquam Hill and South Waterfront. The two campuses are connected by an aerial tram. Access to the campuses is possible by car, bike (free valet parking), public transportation (bus, streetcar, MAX rail system).
The breast center is located in the Center for Health and Healing building 2 at the South Waterfront campus and opened in the spring of 2019. The breast center is located on the same floor as the breast surgery and oncology clinic. The center has 4 Hologic mammogram units, an upright Affirm biopsy unit and 2 dedicated breast ultrasound rooms. The reading room has a screening area and diagnostic area with Hologic, Agfa, and Dynacad reading stations. Breast MRI is located at the main hospital on Marquam Hill, accessible by Tram.
The womens imaging fellowship at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) is a primarily breast imaging fellowship with opportunity for elective time. The fellow participates in ongoing research or educational projects in the section. In addition, the fellow prepares weekly breast conferences and is involved in teaching radiology residents and medical students, including preparing lectures as part of the womens imaging section core curriculum. The fellow is involved with all aspects of breast imaging and procedures including mammography, ultrasound, breast MRI, ductography, research protocols, multimodality breast biopsies, and preoperative localizations.
Elective rotations are flexible and can be arranged to be spent in body imaging, obstetrical/gynecologic imaging (including fetal MRI), or other areas of radiology, per fellow interest.
Completion of ACGME accredited residency
Board eligible or certified
MSQA eligible or certified
Foreign applicants must be legally able to work in the U.S., or eligible to obtain work authorization
This position is matched through the NRMP Women's Imaging match.
Our program is filled through 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 and we will be participating in the NRMP in Spring of 2020 to fill the 2021/2022 position. We are currently accepting applications through December 15 th . Interviews will take place in December, January and February.
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