Interventional Oncology Fellowship (MSKCC only)

Interventional Radiology Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is one of the largest and busiest programs in the field of interventional oncology in the nation. We are one of handful programs in the nation capable of performing PET and MRI guided interventions. Our volume of interventions has nearly doubled within the past 10 years totaling over 14,000 in 2014. Our program currently has 17 Interventional radiologists, 11 image guided operating rooms, a dedicated outpatient clinic and a state-of-the-art animal lab. We have one of the largest patient populations in interventional oncology in the world which enables us to perform large scale laboratory and clinical research.

Fellows play an active role in patient care including participation in interventions, morning rounds, pre and post procedure rounds, discussions with patients, families and other disciplines, Quality Assurance activities, etc.  In research we are one of the most prolific programs in interventional oncology and fellows play an important role in delivering research projects as well.  In 2014 SIR Annual Scientific Meeting, our program ranked first in cancer research and second in volume of accepted abstracts.  Considering that we are a single hospital program, our productivity ranks first in the nation. Interventional oncology is currently the most rapidly progressing field in interventional radiology domain. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s world-class reputation in cancer care and research has put our progtram in a unique position to recruit candidates who seek excellence in training and leadership in the field.

 

Interventional Oncology Fellowship (MSKCC only)

Interventional Radiology fellowship (MSKCC-WCMC*)

Interventional Radiology Fellowship (WCMC-MSKCC)

Sponsor

MSKCC

MSKCC

WCMC

Length of Training

1-2 years

1 year

1 year

Start Date

July 1st

July 1st

July 1st

Number of Positions

1-2

2

5

Time Spent at MSKCC

100%

75%

25%

Time Spent at WCMC

0%

25%

75%

Adapting upcoming “IR Residency”. Further details to follow.

None.

Will become an “Independent” program. Rotations at WCMC will continue.

Will become an “Integrated” program. Rotations at MSKCC will continue.

Eligibility

Record of leadership in the field.

 

 

Completion of ACGME approved Radiology residency or equivalent.

Record of leadership in the field.

Completion of ACGME approved Radiology residency or equivalent.

How to Apply

Contact us directly

National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)

National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)

Deadline

Rolling application process

February, 17 months prior to July start date

February, 17 months prior to July start date

Program Director

Majid Maybody, MD

Majid Maybody, MD

Bradley B. Pua, MD

ACGME accredited

No

Yes

Yes

Contact Information

Jacqueline Kurdziel

kurdziej@mskcc.org

212-639-2190

Jacqueline Kurdziel

kurdziej@mskcc.org

212-639-2190

Ashley McGowan

asn2002@med.cornell.edu

212-746-2600

* Weill Cornell Medical College