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The curriculum for the Body Imaging fellowship includes rotations in body MRI, CT, US and body interventional with a mix of patient population from emergency, inpatient and outpatient settings, all of which see a high volume of cases daily. As a 1100-bed hospital with a level 1 trauma emergency room, there is no shortage of pathology. 

Corewell Health William Beaumont University Hospital is a large surgical and oncological center, as well as a liver and kidney transplant center, which allows for exposure to many advanced imaging cases. Body Imaging division at Beaumont RO closely collaborates with many multidisciplinary clinics including Pancreas, GI and Liver clinic, Colorectal cancer clinic, Lung cancer clinic, Pulmonary nodule clinic, Interstitial Lung Disease clinic, and Women’s Urology clinic. There are many opportunities for the fellows to attend multidisciplinary tumor boards and conferences, most of which are held weekly.

At least 8 weeks of body interventional experience are included in the full Body Imaging fellowship. Body interventional service covers all CT and Ultrasound guided procedures including biopsy of lung, liver, kidney, lymph node, thyroid, abscess drainage, paracentesis, and thoracentesis. Fellows graduating from our program are well trained in ultrasound guided procedures and are competent in safely performing most procedures under ultrasound guidance.

Additional rotations include 3D-Lab experience, research, and electives. Those in combined Body fellowship pathways, will have a reduction in body imaging rotations to allow for 21 weeks of dedicated time in our Breast Imaging division, or 16 weeks of dedicated time in our Musculoskeletal Imaging / Nuclear Medicine/PET Imaging division.

As a non-accredited fellowship, at least 4 weeks (Mon-Fri) and 5 weekends (amount subject to change) are required to be spent on our Generals' service, where fellows independently function as junior staff, interpreting and/or staffing residents in reading adult plain radiographs. This requirement does demand that the radiology core exam is passed, and a permanent MI state medical license is obtained. 


  • Weekly Conferences: Body Imaging interesting case conference is held on Friday mornings. Interesting cases are discussed with the presence of attending radiologists, fellows and residents. Fellows and residents present cases at this conference.
  • Daily Noon Conference: Held daily at 12:00 pm designed for residents and fellows and presented by faculty. When presented by Body Imaging faculty, attendance is mandatory for fellows.
  • Tumor Board Conferences: Faculty of the Body Imaging Division participate in numerous multidisciplinary tumor board conferences (about 270 per year) where cases are discussed among surgeons, oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, and pathologists. The fellows are required to attend twelve of these conferences with a faculty member to discuss the imaging findings of the cases being presented.
  • Journal Club: A Journal Club is held monthly (subject to the number of fellows in a given academic year) in the Body Imaging division. Articles from the two major radiology journals are presented by fellows to the Body Imaging Division faculty.

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