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Nuclear Medicine Fellowship

The Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Nuclear Radiology Fellowship Program offers two nuclear radiology Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) approved fellowship positions per year. The fellowship program meets all training requirements recommended by the American Board of Nuclear Medicine.

Our division consists of four full-time nuclear medicine subspecialty trained academic faculty and over 20 specialized nuclear medicine technologists. We share a strong commitment to education, expressed through training of radiology fellows, residents and medical students.

We are currently accepting applications and recruiting for the 2023-2024 and 2024-2025 academic year.

Education and Technology

The Nuclear Medicine Division is committed to excellence in imaged-based clinical care. Our health system comprises over 15 hospitals and the majority of all nuclear medicine studies are interpreted at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. We provide a full spectrum of diagnostic imaging with state-of-the-art equipment, including five PET/CT scanners, digital PET/CT and PET/MR.

Additionally, we are equipped with the latest Discovery NM/CT 870 DR and the 670 CZT digital SPECT/CT system. We offer comprehensive radionuclide diagnostic procedures and therapies including:

  • I-131
  • Lu-177 Dotatate
  • Ra-223 Xofigo
  • Y-90 microspheres
  • Y-90 Zevalin

We utilize a variety of advanced software tools for diagnostic work, including:

Comprehensive Training in Nuclear Medicine

The fellowship program includes training in general nuclear medicine, pediatric nuclear medicine with UH Rainbow Babies & Children's, nuclear cardiology with UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute and positron emission tomography (PET) with UH Seidman Cancer Center. It also teaches the safe handling and use of unsealed radioactive drugs for medical purposes, which involves quality control and quality assurance training.

There are weekly conferences covering all aspects of nuclear medicine as well as weekly journal clubs and seminars. Trainee responsibilities increase progressively throughout the year, from close supervision during the first six months of training to greater independent responsibility later on.

Research Opportunities

Our staff are all active in research and clinical innovation in the following medical organizations:

Our division has access to a cyclotron and is operating a new human use PET radiopharmacy for the development of new molecular imaging agents. There are plenty of research opportunities in the use of experimental PET radiopharmaceuticals together with either PET/CT or PET/MR. We currently have an Investigational New Drug (IND) clearance from the FDA for F-18 fluorothymidine (FLT) and Ga-68 PSMA to explore early cancer therapy response assessment.

Fellowship Benefits

Fellowship specific benefits include salary at a PGY6 level, four weeks of paid vacation and funding to attend one conference per year. Additional employee benefits are detailed under the UH Graduate Medical Education Salary & Benefits section.

Recruitment Opportunities

We aim to train highly motivated and dedicated applicants from across the country. The ideal candidate has a strong work ethic, is internally driven and is a team player. Prior to a formal application, any questions regarding the fellowship program may be directed to the fellowship director and program coordinator, listed below.

Interested applicants may submit the following materials via regular mail with "Attn: Bridget Miller Harper" as detailed below:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Personal statement
  • Three reference names and associated contact information

Contact Information

Fellowship Director

Robert S. Jones, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology

Fellowship Coordinator

Bridget Miller Harper
Associate GME Program Administrator

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