Vacant positions

IR residency vacant positions are listed below

Vacant positions

The Independent Vascular and Interventional Radiology residency at the University of Missouri - Columbia has an unexpected Independent-IR position beginning in July 2022. This is a two-year ACGME accredited training program. The program accepts one resident per year. This program is currently recruiting for 1 ESIR resident for a July 2022 start date.

Residents achieve proficiency in the full scope of interventional procedures.  We have a rapidly expanding program that regularly performs the most advanced interventions in interventional oncology, hepatobiliary, pulmonary embolism, venous reconstruction, prostate artery embolization, uterine artery embolization, varicocele treatment, and hemodialysis maintenance.   In addition to body IR, residents have the opportunity to rotate through Neurovascular, pediatric IR, and interventional MSK rotations. Five fellowship-trained Intervention radiologists provide one-on-one supervision and teaching. Regular interdisciplinary conferences are held with Surgical Oncology, Urology, Cardiothoracic, and Orthopedic Oncology Divisions.

The MIZZOU Health Care System is the only Level I trauma center in central Missouri. Physicians throughout the state refer many of their most complicated cases to our flagship hospital. The 350+-bed hospital system specializes in treating the most severe illnesses and injuries in addition to routine community medicine. Its seven-story Critical Care Tower provides the latest in medical technology for critically ill or injured patients.

Application Process

Candidates applying for the July 2022 position must submit their completed application, prior to December 1, to Crystal Arellano, Residency Program Coordinator. A link to the application can be found on the “How to Apply” link in the sidebar located to the right.

  • Three letters of recommendation should be submitted, including one from an Interventional radiologist, and one from your resident program director.
  • A CV, personal statement, USMLE scores parts I, II and III, and a photograph must accompany the application.
  • Interviews are held November through February.

Applicants should be authorized to work in the United States, eligible for a permanent Missouri license, and board certified or board eligible prior to their anticipated start date.

 


 

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has an unexpected opening for an IR-independent position beginning July 1, 2022.  The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Interventional Radiology (IR) Independent Residency, accredited by the ACGME, creates a distinct intersection of general IR and cancer care and produces exceptional clinicians and leaders in the field of IR.

We are seeking qualified and motivated applicants who will have graduated from an AGME-accredited diagnostic radiology residency program by June 30, 2022.  We are looking to fill our 1-year ESIR position.  Interested applicants should submit their completed ERAS applications to contact Jacqueline Kurdziel at kurdziej@mskcc.org

We instruct in common and extreme interventional oncology, teaching mastery of ablation and embolization, and we lead in new areas, such as lung embolization and liver deprivation with both venous and portal vein embolization. We emphasize care in vascular disease including chronic and acute venous disease, Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPS), venous sampling, and peripheral arterial disease (PAD). At a time when many IR residencies have lost their primary involvement in PAD, we diagnose and manage PAD in our cancer patients through our IR run Vascular Lab where IR residents prepare for the Registered Physician Vascular Interpretation exam and our IR run angiosuites. In addition, cutting edge musculoskeletal interventions including spinal embolization, ablation, screw placement, as well as more common bone procedures such as kyphoplasty are part of our practice. High volume complex biliary intervention, antegrade and retrograde lymphangiogram, Denver shunt creation, and routine and complex biopsies, abscess drainages, urologic intervention, venous access, and managing the hemorrhaging patient round trainees’ experience. The IR Service at MSKCC is one of the world’s largest and busiest programs, with over 15,000 interventions performed annually in 11 image-guided operating rooms and more than 5000 outpatient clinic visits per year.

Residents learn skills of patient ownership, compassionate care, and complicated decision making through clinic and floor care of patients. Residents have 2 months of rotation at Cornell Medical for additional learning and consulting opportunities at a top-rated hospital.

  • The Independent Vascular and Interventional Radiology residency is a two-year ACGME accredited training program. The University of Missouri accepts one resident per year. This program is currently recruiting for 1 ESIR resident for a July 2022 start date.

     

    Residents achieve proficiency in the full scope of interventional procedures.  We have a rapidly expanding program that regularly performs the most advanced interventions in interventional oncology, hepatobiliary, pulmonary embolism, venous reconstruction, prostate artery embolization, uterine artery embolization, varicocele treatment, and hemodialysis maintenance.   In addition to body IR, residents have the opportunity to rotate through Neurovascular, pediatric IR, and interventional MSK rotations. Five fellowship-trained Intervention radiologists provide one-on-one supervision and teaching. Regular interdisciplinary conferences are held with Surgical Oncology, Urology, Cardiothoracic, and Orthopedic Oncology Divisions.

     

    The MIZZOU Health Care System is the only Level I trauma center in central Missouri. Physicians throughout the state refer many of their most complicated cases to our flagship hospital. The 350+-bed hospital system specializes in treating the most severe illnesses and injuries in addition to routine community medicine. Its seven-story Critical Care Tower provides the latest in medical technology for critically ill or injured patients.

     

    Application Process

    Candidates applying for the July 2022 position must submit their completed application, prior to December 1, to Crystal Arellano, Residency Program Coordinator. A link to the application can be found on the “How to Apply” link in the sidebar located to the right.

    • Three letters of recommendation should be submitted, including one from an Interventional radiologist, and one from your resident program director.
    • A CV, personal statement, USMLE scores parts I, II and III, and a photograph must accompany the application.
    • Interviews are held November through February.

    Applicants should be authorized to work in the United States, eligible for a permanent Missouri license, and board certified or board eligible prior to their anticipated start date.

    The Independent Vascular and Interventional Radiology residency is a two-year ACGME accredited training program. The University of Missouri accepts one resident per year. This program is currently recruiting for 1 ESIR resident for a July 2022 start date.

     

    Residents achieve proficiency in the full scope of interventional procedures.  We have a rapidly expanding program that regularly performs the most advanced interventions in interventional oncology, hepatobiliary, pulmonary embolism, venous reconstruction, prostate artery embolization, uterine artery embolization, varicocele treatment, and hemodialysis maintenance.   In addition to body IR, residents have the opportunity to rotate through Neurovascular, pediatric IR, and interventional MSK rotations. Five fellowship-trained Intervention radiologists provide one-on-one supervision and teaching. Regular interdisciplinary conferences are held with Surgical Oncology, Urology, Cardiothoracic, and Orthopedic Oncology Divisions.

     

    The MIZZOU Health Care System is the only Level I trauma center in central Missouri. Physicians throughout the state refer many of their most complicated cases to our flagship hospital. The 350+-bed hospital system specializes in treating the most severe illnesses and injuries in addition to routine community medicine. Its seven-story Critical Care Tower provides the latest in medical technology for critically ill or injured patients.

     

    Application Process

    Candidates applying for the July 2022 position must submit their completed application, prior to December 1, to Crystal Arellano, Residency Program Coordinator. A link to the application can be found on the “How to Apply” link in the sidebar located to the right.

    • Three letters of recommendation should be submitted, including one from an Interventional radiologist, and one from your resident program director.
    • A CV, personal statement, USMLE scores parts I, II and III, and a photograph must accompany the application.
    • Interviews are held November through February.

    Applicants should be authorized to work in the United States, eligible for a permanent Missouri license, and board certified or board eligible prior to their anticipated start date.