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Accepting applications for the MSK radiology fellowship starting 8/1.

Education / Graduate Medical Education / Prospective Fellows / Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship Program

Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship Program

Group of Fellows in a Restaurant - Society of Skeletal Radiology meeting in Scottsdale, AZ in March of 2019

  • High volume and variety of pathology
  • Procedures - Fluoroscopic and Ultrasound guided joint arthrograms/aspirations, CT guided bone biopsy, US guided soft tissue biopsy
  • Excellent 1 on 1 teaching
  • Several multidisciplinary conferences including with Orthopedic oncology, Sports medicine, Rheumatology
  • MSK section with 6 faculty members who have a consistent presence at national and international conferences

The fellowship works closely with Division of Musculoskeletal Imaging.

Our Graduates: Where Are They Now?

Learning at URMC

Flexible Curriculum

There is flexibility in the program, and it is not uncommon for residents to change tracks during training as their learning objectives and career goals evolve.

Mentor Relationships

Our fellows most commonly reference the personal relationships and valuable mentoring they receive as one of the top reasons why they would recommend URMC.

Life of a URMC Fellow

Our emphasis on work/life balance is an important reason fellows choose URMC. A focus on trainees well-being enables you to learn and thrive in Rochester.

What Our Graduates Say About Rochester...

Brett Talbot, M.D.

"Rochester is a fantastic place to live and my family loved our time there. Housing is affordable, recreational activities are plentiful and there are great places to shop. The city has a soul and you can find your niche if you are single or bring an entourage with you. Quick trips to the Finger Lakes, Niagara Falls, and Toronto are easy to slip in on weekends off work. The airport has quick and frequent connections to East Coast and Midwest cities when you want to leave town."

Brett S. Talbot, M.D.