Molecular Imaging & Therapy Observership

During this rotation, the observer will be exposed to a wide variety of oncologic cases. The Molecular Imaging and Therapy Service (MITS) performs nearly 100 PET scans per day including clinical FDG, DOTATATE, PSMA, Fluoride PET/CT as well as over 20 research tracers and a growing PET/MR service.  The observer will have the opportunity to observe clinical and research exams, as well as attend cancer-specific disease management team meetings and departmental conferences.  Disease management team meetings emphasize inter-departmental discussions and include the role of molecular imaging in patient management.

Didactics

  • Teaching file collection of PET/CT cases
  • Dedicated space equipped with AW workstation
  • Molecular Imaging teaching conferences

Sponsor

Gary A Ulaner

Length of Program

1-12 weeks

Prerequisites

MD degree

Number of Positions

Two positions per cycle

How to Apply

Send completed application to Gary Ulaner at the address below. The application is complete only when the following has been submitted:

  • Cover letter with statement of goals and objectives
  • Curriculum vitae
  • One current letter of recommendation from home institution
  • Application form (contact Gary Ulaner below)
  • Confirmation of Eligibility from the international office (if international applicant)

Contact

Gary Ulaner
Associate Member
Molecular Imaging and Therapy Service
Department of Radiology
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Ave, Box 77
New York, NY 10065
ulanerg@mskcc.org