Pediatric Radiology Fellowship
Children’s Wisconsin Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program: A National Leader in Pediatric Health Care
- Children’s Wisconsin (Children's) is ranked as a top hospital by U.S. News and World Report and Child magazines.
- Recently ranked the #4 Children’s Hospital in the nation by Parents magazine.
- The only freestanding Level I Trauma Center in the region that cares exclusively for children.
- Has nationally recognized cardiac, bone marrow transplant, and neurosciences program.
Why Choose Our Pediatric Radiology Fellowship?
The comprehensive one-year, ACGME-accredited pediatric radiology fellowship program at Children’s Wisconsin encompasses all facets of pediatric imaging. Our fellows rotate in neuroimaging, thoracoabdominal imaging (including cardiac and fetal imaging), musculoskeletal imaging, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, interventional radiology, and nuclear medicine (including PET/MRI). Faculty provide full-time clinical supervision as well as guidance, teaching, and mentorship. Our stand-alone tertiary referral children’s hospital and multiple community-based imaging centers throughout southeastern Wisconsin perform over 120,000 diagnostic imaging studies per year, exposing our fellows to a large volume of cases and a broad range of pediatric pathologies.
Pediatric radiology fellows can attend an average of two to three teaching conferences each day. Conferences include pediatric radiology departmental lectures, journal clubs, and multidisciplinary conferences with a myriad of clinical services. Fellows present at clinical and multidisciplinary conferences and have the opportunity to lead journal clubs.
Three months of elective time are built into the fellowship, during which the fellow may choose to focus on a particular aspect of pediatric radiology. Fellows also receive dedicated academic time each week to prepare for conferences and complete academic and research responsibilities.
- Candidates must have satisfactorily completed a diagnostic radiology residency program accredited by the ACGME, the RCPSC, or an AOA diagnostic radiology program in ACGME pre-accreditation status.
- Candidates must be American Board of Radiology (ABR) eligible.
- Candidates must be eligible to obtain licensure to practice medicine in the State of Wisconsin. A valid license to practice medicine in the State of Wisconsin must be obtained prior to the start the fellowship year.
Benefits of Employment
Benefits for the pediatric radiology fellow include health, dental, and vision insurance; free parking; and three weeks of paid vacation. Pediatric radiology fellows are allowed up to one week of educational leave without interruption of pay or benefits, contingent upon approval by the program director. View more information about the benefits and conditions and terms of employment on the Graduate Medical Education Benefits page.
Current Openings & Application
Accepting Applications for 2023-24 and 2024-25 Academic Years.
To apply please forward the following documents to Kendra Kusch at email@example.com, fax (414) 266-8666 or mail (address to the right):
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three letters of reference
- Test scores
Address correspondence to:
Program Director, Pediatric Radiology Fellowship
Associate Professor of Radiology
Department of Radiology
9000 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226