“The Radiology Fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s is a comprehensive one-year program that covers all aspects of radiology and medical imaging and includes rotations in thoracoabdominal imaging, neuroradiology, musculoskeletal imaging, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, interventional radiology, cardiac imaging, and fetal imaging. Daily lectures and interdisciplinary conferences provide extensive learning opportunities, with teaching and guidance provided by faculty that have a strong interest in providing high-quality education and patient care.” – Radiology Fellowship, Cincinnati Children’s
Last June the 66th Radiology Fellowship Class celebrated their fellowship graduation over dinner and a presentation. Radiology’s faculty introduced each departing fellow and informed the room on their future goals.
(This blog has been divided into two parts to include all of our wonderful graduating fellows.)
Photo: (lf) Dr. Alvarado and (rt) Dr. Leach.
Dr. James Leach (Neuroradiology Fellowship Director) introduced Dr. Enrique Alvarado. Dr. Alvarado earned his Neuroradiology Fellowship certificate and will be going back home to Puerto Rico with his wife and family. He trained at Miami Children’s Hospital and named his dog “Cincy” after the city of Cincinnati.
Photo: (lf) Dr. Stein and (rt) Dr. Laor.
Dr. Tal Laor introduced Dr. Jill Stein. Dr. Stein was a second year Musculoskeletal (MSK) Fellow; she completed her general fellowship in 2015. Dr. Stein accepted a position in Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Dr. John Racadio introduced the departing Interventional Radiology Fellows Dr. Timothy Singewald and Dr. Sinisa Haberle, both second-year fellows. Dr. Singewald took a position in Minneapolis Children’s Hospital. The rest of his family is already in Minnesota. He left on a road trip, with his dog, up to Minneapolis after his last day in the department.
Dr. Haberle accepted a position in Charlotte, NC, with the Mecklenburg Radiology Associates. He’s building the group’s own pediatric interventional radiology service. Dr. Racadio mentioned that his energetic enthusiasm was contagious to the interventional staff.