The Penn Department of Radiology offers fellowships across our departmental divisions in both ACGME Accredited and Unaccredited Fellowships. Learn more about each of our divisional fellowship programs here.
These fellowship programs, which provide an extremely well-rounded experience in clinical, educational and research endeavors, are Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited.
The Abdominal Imaging Fellowship provides an extremely well rounded experience in clinical, educational and research endeavors.
The Department of Radiology at Penn Medicine offers an Interventional Radiology Fellowship for those candidates interested in developing the clinical skills necessary to prepare them to be leaders in the field.
Our Musculoskeletal Fellowship trains three individuals annually for a one-year, ACGME accredited fellowship in Musculoskeletal Imaging. Learn about our program.
Penn Radiology provides neuroradiology training in one-year and two-year tracks to individuals who have successfully completed radiology residence and are board certified.
Our Nuclear Radiology Fellowship provides comprehensive experience in all aspects of Nuclear Radiology, including diagnostic and therapeutic applications of radionuclides.
Our unaccredited fellowships provide intense training in a specialized area of radiology.
This Fellowship Program trains top-notch individuals in the field of breast imaging. We prepare fellows to be highly qualified and sought after for private practice or an academic career.
The Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship Program at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania provides an organized, comprehensive and highly supervised one-year training program in cardiothoracic imaging and chest biopsy procedures to prepare fellows to become future leaders and skilled practitioners in the field.
The Cardiovascular Imaging (CVI) Fellowship is designed to develop broad-based expertise in all forms of non-invasive CV imaging and image processing.
Penn offers fourth-year residents and clinical fellows the opportunity to complete specialized training in imaging informatics, in parallel with their final year of residency training or their clinical fellowship.