Imaging Sciences (Radiology)

Abdominal Imaging Fellowship Program

Welcome from the Program Director

The Abdominal Imaging fellowship is a one year non-accredited program that is devoted to training in Abdominal and Pelvic CT and MR, Ultrasound (non-obstetrical), Gastroenterological and Genitourinary Fluoroscopy, and PET CT imaging.  In addition to clinical rotations, Abdominal Imaging fellows participate in several robust inter-departmental and sectional collaborative conferences, and have active participation in teaching of the Department of Imaging Sciences residents. There is ample opportunity to engage in research projects with a goal of either publication or presentation at a national meeting. 

Our Abdominal Imaging section includes eleven attending radiologists and one physician assistant, who are all dedicated and highly respected among their peers.  And, we are excited that we are in the process of accrediting the fellowship through the ACGME.

One position is available per year.  For more information about the Abdominal Imaging fellowship program, please contact our fellowship coordinator, Julie Bissonnette.

David Dombroski, M.D.
Director, Abdominal Imaging Fellowship Program
Associate Professor of Imaging Sciences