Advanced Abdominal Imaging

Advanced abdominal imaging fellows interpret a broad array of imaging of common, uncommon and rare conditions in this high-volume training program. Daily rotations are primarily through the body CT, body MRI/3D CT, ultrasound and procedure services. Limited time is spent on the GI/GU and emergency radiology services. Fellows gain extensive expertise in all modalities used to image the abdomen and pelvis, confidence using ultrasound and CT to guide deep and superficial percutaneous procedures, and develop proficiency with all components of body MR imaging, including elastography, prostate MRI and MR angiography. Fellows also attend and lead multidisciplinary tumor board conferences, developing greater insight into the interplay between imaging and clinical management.

Abdomen section faculty are devoted to clinical care and training, working side-by-side in the reading rooms with fellows throughout the day. In addition, fellows assume a junior faculty role, serving a pivotal role in the teaching and supervision of residents and assuming graduated responsibility and independence as the year progresses. A combination of on-service experience, conferences, a formal fellowship core curriculum and fellow orientation bootcamp provide the focus for learning. 

Jason P. Davis, MD
Abdominal Imaging Fellow
Selasi M. Nakhaima, MD
Abdominal Imaging Fellow
Alexander B. Reddy, MD
Abdominal Imaging Fellow
Christopher D. Terrill, MD
Abdominal Imaging Fellow
Scott A. Wilson-Flewelling, MD
Abdominal Imaging Fellow
Alec J. Wright, MD
Abdominal Imaging Fellow
  • Seven to eight fellows are accepted into the program per academic year
  • Research projects are optional
  • Post-fellowship careers are about 65% private practice, 35% academic

Home call — in conjunction with an assigned faculty member — one week at home, approximately once every other month; one Saturday half-shift per month, on average.

MIR offers a wide range of helpful resources and competitive benefits for trainees.

Katrina Bridges, Program Coordinator

We adhere to the SCARD fellowship embargo guidelines. Applications will begin being accepted on November 1st, 2023. Interview will begin January 8th, 2024. Applicants are strongly encouraged to have their completed fellowship application materials submitted in a timely fashion, as interviews will be offered on a rolling basis, as will offers after the commencement of interviews. Please contact the program coordinator for an application.

Program Director

Anup S. Shetty, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology

Abdominal Imaging

MIR’s abdominal imaging section provides a full range of the latest diagnostic imaging services and more.

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