The Emergency Imaging Fellowship at OHSU is a one-year-long program starting on July 1 and ending on June 30. The fellowship program provides exposure to diverse trauma and pathology that often occurs at different time periods of the day and night while also providing one-on-one teaching and allowing an increasing level of independence over the course of the year.
The OHSU Emergency Imaging program is staffed by fellowship-trained body, cardiothoracic, musculoskeletal, pediatric, and neuroradiologists. The program offers exceptional training at a Level 1 trauma center and covers all aspects of emergency imaging, including radiography, CT/CTA, MRI/MRA, and ultrasound. There is plenty of opportunity for institutional interdisciplinary interactions through multiple trauma conferences in addition to numerous multidisciplinary conferences across the subspecialties, including medicine/family medicine, pulmonology/critical care, body, MSK, pathology, thoracic and cardiac surgery. We strongly encourage fellows to participate in collaborative research, both clinical and preclinical. We also encourage and offer support for fellows to present at regional and national conferences. Support is provided through protected academic time and a conference discretionary fund. In addition, our department's advanced facilities and expert mentors will give fellows the skills required to become first-rate Emergency Imaging Radiologists.
The Emergency Imaging Fellowship at OHSU is a non-ACGME fellowship program. Candidates must be board-certified or board-eligible radiologists. Candidates must also be eligible for an unrestricted Oregon State Medical License prior to beginning the fellowship. Candidates for fellowship are selected through individual applications, not through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).
We are not currently accepting applications to our Emergency Imaging fellowship. Our program has filled for the 2025-2026 academic year.
For questions, please contact administrative coordinator Audrey Walsh.
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Foreign applicants must be legally able to work in the U.S. or eligible to obtain work authorization. Initial and extension J-1 Visas are considered in very rare circumstances. All non-ACGME fellowship candidates must be eligible for H-1B visas, which includes successful completion of all USMLEs.
We are unable to support J-1 applicants that require a Conrad J-1 waiver in order to be eligible for an H-1B visa. All visa applicants must have successfully passed all USMLE steps at least 6 months prior to fellowship start as USMLEs are required for visa applications. LMCC exams are not accepted for H-1B applications.