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Body Imaging Fellowship

This non-ACGME fellowship is for one-year and is focused on educating a limited number of trainees in advanced Body Imaging and producing the highest quality practitioners who aim to be leaders in the field and excellent clinical consulates. The position is a junior faculty (Clinical Instructor) position within the MUSC College of Medicine. Applicant must have completed a 4-year radiology residency program (MD or DO applicants accepted). Applicant must be able to obtain a permanent SC medical license prior to the start of the fellowship. Information regarding SC permanent medical license eligibility can be found at South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation.

Licensure as a Permanent M.D. or D.O. Requirements and Instructions (PDF)

Clinical Experience

  • The Body Imaging Fellowship provides extensive experience in abdominal and pelvic MRI as well as advanced CT techniques including Dual Energy and Photon Counting CT. Options for electives (eg. cardiac imaging) are available as well as opportunities to be involved in ultrasound and ultrasound guided procedures.
  • The Body Imaging Division works hand in hand with other radiology divisions and numerous clinical departments throughout the larger MUSC system. Our division is primarily responsible for at least 4 nationally accredited Tumor Boards which cover a range of clinical specialty areas.
  • Minimal “call” responsibilities in the early evenings or weekend days (no overnight) within the division are expected of fellows and there is opportunities for compensated voluntary call outside the division for those interested.   

Educational Program

Our educational program is specifically designed for the advanced trainee who is a motivated learner. Specifics include:

  • In depth education in advanced Body MRI protocol design and interpretation of images.
  • Weekly tumor boards led by the Body Imaging fellows with attending support.
  • Work with advanced AI tools.
  • Dual energy, photon counting and CT scanning interpretation.
  • Availability to do basic US guided procedures.
  • Quarterly departmental grand rounds.
  • Opportunities for paid moonlighting.

Research Opportunities

Fellows are encouraged and expected to participate in an academic project during their fellowship. They are provided with the time, resources, and mentorship necessary to be successful in this endeavor. Research projects can be devised by the fellow or they may join one of the many ongoing projects within the division.

We are currently accepting applications!


Application & Interviews

Interested applicants must be board eligible or board certified by The Board of Radiology and submit the Universal Fellowship Application (PDF) and all supporting documentation. For details on the application process, please see "How to Apply" below. The application must include three letters of recommendation, one from the training program director.

Applications for the next available academic year are accepted until July 31 for the initial round of interviews. Applications will continue to be reviewed until all positions are filled. All applications are reviewed by the Program Director. Applicants will be contacted regarding invitation to have a one-on-one interview after receipt and review of the completed application. We suggest taking the time to visit and explore our beautiful city, sample our rich tradition of great food and restaurants or stroll down one of our wide, sandy beaches.

How to Apply:


All applications for consideration must be initially submitted through MUSC Human Resources as outlined below.

  1. Please download and complete the Universal Fellowship Application (PDF) with supporting documents. (i.e., curriculum vitae, personal statement, proof of graduation from medical school, USMLE; and three letters of recommendation submitted, one from the training program director).
  2. Apply for a fellowship position through the MUSC Human Resources Applicant Portal by clicking on one of the job posting numbers below. 
  1. Click “Apply Now” and enter requested information.
  2. Upload completed application & supporting documents in one file if possible (pdf document preferred).

If unable to upload all supporting documents, please email supporting documentation to raulina@musc.edu. If you have specific questions about the fellowship please email the Fellowship director at hardie@musc.edu.

Letters of recommendation may be addressed to:

Andrew Hardie, MD

Body Imaging Fellowship Director

MUSC Department of Radiology - MSC 323

96 Jonathan Lucas Street

Charleston, SC 29425


 Andrew Hardie, MD

Program Director
Andrew Hardie, MD


Questions? Contact:

Andrew Hardie, MD