In addition to research, the John S. Dunn Center for Radiological Sciences is active in the teaching of professional personnel. The three primary programs include the Clinical Fellowship Training Program, the "hands-on" Practical Training in Image-Guided Intervention and the Postgraduate Research Program.
Clinical Fellowship Training Program
The Clinical Fellowship Training Program is a preceptorship designed to provide research (experimental design/conduct) and technical training for radiology fellows. For one year, interested fellows spend one day a week in the laboratory participating in a basic science research projects. These studies are selected and designed by the trainee under the guidance of radiology research and clinical faculty.
Postdoctoral Research Program
The Postdoctoral Research Program is a preceptorship designed to provide research (experimental design/conduct) training for postdoctoral students who spend three to 18 months in the laboratory participating in research projects. To date, 36 physicians have participated in this program.