Welcome to the Division of Nuclear Medicine, Department of Radiology, at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Program: The visiting fellowship is tailored to provide the practicing radiologist or nuclear medicine physician the opportunity to observe and learn more about PET-CT, general nuclear medicine, and practice management. Based on the visiting fellow’s interests, time can also be dedicated to discussing radiopharmaceutical development and the various logistical issues related to the introduction of new technologies.
Visiting fellows will have access to the Division’s didactic lectures and teaching files.
Facilities: The University of Colorado Hospital is located on the new 205 acre Anschutz Medical Campus of the University of Colorado Denver. The University Hospital is a 405 bed general acute care hospital with an especially active transplant service and cancer program.
Faculty: The faculty includes 3 nuclear radiologists, 2 cardiac imaging specialists, a radiochemist, and a medical physicist.
Equipment: The University Hospital has 2 PET-CT scanners, 2 SPECT-CT scanners, and 4 dual head SPECT gamma cameras. An additional PET-CT scanner is located at the Colorado Translational Research Imaging Center (CTRIC) for human and large animal research imaging. Facilities also include an onsite medical cyclotron for radiopharmaceutical production.
This program is intended to serve as a refresher course for practicing radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians who are board certified by the ABR and/or ABNM. No CME credits will be offered for this course. There are no participation fees for members of the Colorado Radiological Society (CRS).
Please email your CV, copy of ABR and/or ABNM certification, and preferred dates to Roberta Wilcox at email@example.com
Division of Nuclear Medicine
University of Colorado School of Medicine