Combined clinical Observership with research fellowship
The team is committed to pre- and postgraduate education in close collaboration with the core unit of didactics and education of the department and with the Guido-Holzknecht-Association for education and research in radiology.
Our offers include
- Postgraduate courses with a strong focus on case-based learning about various topics in neuroradiology, head and neck imaging, and musculoskeletal radiology. » More
- e-Learning materials are provided as e-syllabuses about selected postgraduate courses, as case-collections or lectures in pdf-format from the academic staff of the division.
- Observership in the form of a mixed research and clinical observership in collaboration with the European School of Radiology (ESOR) and other radiological European Associations, with the joint initiative of the American Austrian Foundation, the Max-Kade-Foundation and the Open Medical Institute (OMI), and others. Duration is generally limited to 3 months. An individual observership may be provided on request. The programme is offered in German and English and includes participation on daily morning lectures for residents, case-discussions during the morning conference of the division, participation on selected read-outs of radiological reports, and weekly scheduled tumor boards and other clinical radiologic conferences.
Investigations are performed with high-field MRI, high-resolution ultrasound, and digital radiography units. Free participation on the lectures of our postgraduate courses, if they would be scheduled during the observership, is included without enrollment in the practice sessions of these courses. The mentors expect at least two case-presentations from each observer during the stay and will discuss active enrollment in a research project. Research is conducted in close collaboration with our clinical partners, the computer-assisted image analysis (CIR) lab, the high-field MRI excellence centre, and the department of anatomy and cell biology of the university. The objectives of our observership programme is that participants are familiar with high-end imaging in this field and become part of one of the research teams of our division.
The language is German with focused sessions (morning conferences, tumor boards and other clinical-radiological conferences, lectures) in English.
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