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Diversity and Inclusion

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Experiences at MUSC

Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having that voice be heard.
-Liz Fosslien

At the Medical University of South Carolina, both the institutional and departmental mission is to welcome and celebrate, across different domains, including, but not limited to gender reassignment, age, ethnicity, religion, sex, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and disability. In the Neuroradiology department we encourage diversity and as such, are learning from each other and growing as a team. We have female Division and Research heads as well as a female Fellowship Program Director and our faculty come from all over the world, including Europe, Asia, and South and North America.

Therefore, we strongly encourage applications from minority candidates who are underrepresented in radiology, including women, racial and ethnic minorities, and LGBTQ medical students.

Our goal is to embrace a radiology fellowship program that promotes diversity and inclusion, In the confidence that, as a program, we will promote an educational environment rooted in communication, collaboration and collegiality. This in turn, will allow people to understand and be understood, and work together to change what's possible.

Furthermore, our neuroradiology fellowship program fosters a culture of openness and nondiscrimination. We do not tolerate or accept religious discrimination, sexism, systemic racism, xenophobia, prejudice based on gender reassignment/identity or sexual orientation, and all other forms of exclusion.