The Interventional Radiology (IR) Fellowship is designed to be a one-year training program. The goal for this program is to produce a well trained interventional pediatric radiologist, capable at working at a high level in the clinical, research and teaching arenas.
The IR fellow is expected to obtain informed consent for procedures, participate in all procedures under the supervision of a CHOP staff member, and participate in the follow-up care of the patient. The Fellow will also participate in interpretation and dictation of results.
There are several didactic conferences that the fellow may attend (i.e., IR teaching conference, IR M and M conference, IR journal club, surgical case conference, tumor board and vascular malformation clinic).
The fellow will be expected to participate in clinical IR research and present at, at least one major academic meeting during the year. The fellow will have protected academic time.
Anne Marie Cahill, MD, is the Director of the Interventional Radiology Program.