Body Imaging

The body imaging fellowship provides extensive experience in abdominal and pelvic MRI, CT and ultrasound as well as ultrasound guided procedures. Options for electives include an advanced imaging procedure service and cardiac imaging as well as other subspecialty options.

State-of-the-art equipment includes seven multidetector CT scanners, six 1.5T and 3T MRI scanners. We also recently received one of the first third generation, dual energy CT scanners in the U.S.

This non-ACGME Fellowship is a one-year only junior faculty (Clinical Instructor) position within the College of Medicine. 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 (PDF).
If you have questions about the fellowship contact Ginger Raulinaitis at 843-792-4637 or

Application & Interviews

Interested applicants must submit the Universal Fellowship Application and all supporting documentations. 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.


Body Imaging Fellowship beginning July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023

This year we have decided not to participate in the Society of Abdominal Radiology Match Program for 2022-2023.


MUSC is currently accepting applications. Virtual interviews will take place beginning and after November 1, 2020 with applicants notified before then for scheduling of interviews.

How to Apply

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

Please download and complete the Universal Fellowship Application 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.)

1. Apply for fellowship position through the MUSC Human Resources Applicant Portal.

  • Posting #523070

2. Click “Apply Now” and enter requested information.

3. 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

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