Thank you for your interest in the ProScan Imaging Education Foundation's Year-Long Fellowship Program.
ProScan Imaging Education Foundation is now accepting applications for its enhanced and expanded one-year Fellowship in MR and Advanced Imaging with available positions beginning in July. *Inquire about additional start dates available throughout the year.
For more information or to apply, please fill out the form below.
To be eligible for this intensive, year-long program, you must submit your curriculum vitae, a personal statement explaining your goals and objectives for this fellowship, and three letters of reference. You must be board-certified or board eligible. You must have completed a four-year radiology residency in the United States. If you have graduated from a foreign medical school, you must also have passed all three parts of the USMLE and be eligible to obtain an Ohio State license.
Clinical Volume: ProScan Imaging is one of the largest advanced imaging teleradiology practices in the world, interpreting over 1,000 MR examinations per day.
Breadth of Training: Examinations include adult, pediatric, sports medicine, emergency, elective, and screening studies from low-, mid-, and high-field MR systems.
MR Case Mix: The highly varied case mix consists of musculoskeletal (52%); spine (35%); brain, head, and neck (7%); abdomen and pelvis (2%); breast (1%); cardiovascular and miscellaneous MR (3%).
Professional Support Services: The training program is an integral component of an active clinical teleradiology practice that is supported by a fully-staffed reading services team, education foundation staff, clinical coordinator, audiovisual division, information technology department, and state-of-the-art PACS systems.
Academic Infrastructure: Numerous opportunities are available to enrich the fellowship experience each year. Dr. Pomeranz presents advanced courses on-site, which the Fellow attends with radiologists from around the world. In addition, Dr. Pomeranz and fellows collaborate and present case conferences at local hand surgery and orthopaedic and sports medicine practices.
Such endeavors are supported by an extensive resource library of online, CD, and DVD education products, online image library, and individual academic funds.
Daily Teaching Conferences: The daily noon conferences are didactic lectures and/or interesting case conferences organized to cover all aspects of clinical MRI throughout the training year. The MR Lecture Series includes a one-month mini-course entitled "Introduction to MR" and a six-week mini-course on "Practical Orthopaedic MRI."
We will prepare you for future practice in a wide variety of private or academic settings.
Fellowship candidates must be board-certified or board-eligible in diagnostic radiology and must obtain an Ohio Medical License. Salary and fringe benefits are highly competitive.
Stephen J. Pomeranz, M.D.
- Medical Director, ProScan Imaging Education Foundation
- CEO & Medical Director, ProScan Imaging
- Associate Professor of Radiology, University of Louisville
- Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
- Volunteer Instructor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Cincinnati Medical Center
- Faculty, Saint George Children's Hospital, Puerto Rico
- Medical Director, WorldCare Clinical Research, Boston, Massachusetts
ProScan Imaging Education Foundation was founded by Stephen J. Pomeranz, M.D. over 22 years ago. Dr. Pomeranz is renowned as a world leader in the field of diagnostic imaging, particularly MRI.
His experience interpreting over one million MRI examinations and his passion for education and mentoring come together to provide an excellent learning experience for physicians and healthcare professionals. Dr. Pomeranz has authored numerous MRI texts, as well as many multimedia teaching materials published by our organization.
Malcolm Shupeck, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Associate Medical Director & Director of Year-Long Fellowship Administration
ProScan Imaging Education Foundation and Imaging Neurosurgeon
Certified since 1992 by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons, Dr. Malcolm Shupeck is both a fellowship-trained Imaging Neurosurgeon and a fellowship-trained Pediatric Neurosurgeon. He has been a member of the American College of Surgeons since 1994 and belongs to the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.
A native of Danville, PA, Dr. Shupeck earned his undergraduate degree from Swarthmore College before attending medical school at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. Following an internship at MCV, he completed his Research Fellowship in Physiology at the Peripheral Nerve Center and his residency in neurosurgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Before joining ProScan Imaging and the PIEF as a Year-Long Fellow in Neuro Imaging in 2009, he was employed by Pinehurst Surgical in Pinehurst, NC. Dr. Shupeck became Associate Medical Director of PIEF and Director of the Year-Long Fellowship Administration in May 2009.