Joseph R. Osborne, Training Program Director
Wolfgang Weber, Chief, Molecular Imaging and Therapy Service
This fellowship is offered to provide extensive training in the therapeutic use of radioisotopes, positron emission tomography, and conventional nuclear medicine in patients with cancer. Each fellow must actively participate in clinical research projects that are ongoing in the department; these include radiotherapy with novel immune constructs, as well as the use of specific PET tracers for metabolic imaging of human tumors. In addition, there will be an opportunity for basic instruction in biomathematics, imaging physics, radiochemistry, and medical oncology.
Length of Program
One Year (with optional second year)
Applicants must be board eligible in Nuclear Medicine or Nuclear Radiology.
Number of Positions
How to Apply
Send completed application form and CV with supporting documents to Steven Kushnir at the address below. The application is complete only when the following has been submitted:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Personal Statement
- Medical School Transcripts, USMLE scores
- Three letters of recommendation
- Dean’s Letter
International Medical Graduates must also submit a copy of their ECFMG certificate.