Our Department prides itself on being supportive of its fellows and places strong emphasis on the quality of teaching on a person-to-person basis.

About the Department of Radiology

Application Process

  1. Type your information into the application form. Use the Adobe "Fill & Sign" feature to add your signature.
  2. Gather the other material required for your specific fellowship
  3. Email the completed form along with other fellowship materials to the coordinator listed in each fellowship program brochure.
  4. Alternately, you can submit printed documents via standard mail.

Current Radiology Fellowships

Abdominal Imaging

Breast Imaging

Cardiothoracic Imaging

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Musculoskeletal Imaging & Intervention

Interventional Radiology 

Area Resources


Daily didactic morning conferences are held for the residents. The fellows are welcomed to attend these conferences as their schedule permits. Department faculty, residents and fellows provide most didactic lectures, with frequent lectures from outside HMS faculty, past residents, as well as guest lecturers from around the world. Visiting professors from other major teaching centers in the United States and abroad spend varying periods of time in the Department. Some have taken sabbatical leave at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Medical Center

Radiology also has a close working relationship with a number of clinical services outside our department, which allows Radiology to participate in a number of management conferences. They include: Medical Management conference, Chest conference, Melanoma Management conference, urology management conference, Medical Grand Rounds, Surgical Grand Rounds, and others.


As befits a great medical city, there are many great medical conferences sponsored not only by Harvard-affiliated programs, but also by a number of other medical centers. The monthly New England Roentgen Ray Society meeting is one of the more popular Radiology meetings that also includes a special program for residents and fellows. Seminars and lectures in radiology are also held at adjacent Harvard-affiliated hospitals which include the Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Boston Children's Hospital.