Department and Faculty
Radiologists and staff in the Department of Radiology at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, provide the highest quality diagnostic and interventional imaging services in a caring and efficient manner, while sustaining outstanding programs in research and education.
This 115-year-old department — one of the first of its kind — is fully integrated with all the medical services available throughout Mayo Clinic. More than 180 radiologists and physicists cooperate with 1,100 support staff members to provide diagnostic and therapeutic radiology services to patients.
Experts in all areas of radiology consult with specialists in other departments to provide the best care to every patient every day, consistent with Mayo Clinic's mission. Radiologists work with state-of-the-art equipment, assisted by skilled technologists and nurses, to perform and interpret more than 1 million examinations yearly. This large number of cases, integrated with ongoing research and education, results in wide-ranging expertise in the imaging and treatment of diseases affecting patients of all ages.
The department's equipment includes:
- Thirty clinical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners, including 16 3-Tesla magnets. Plus, the department has an additional three full-time dedicated research magnets.
- Nineteen clinical computerized tomography (CT) scanners, including nine dual source scanners. Two additional CT scanners are dedicated to research.
- Forty-five ultrasound machines.
- Seven interventional suites.
The nuclear radiology practice includes:
- Twenty nuclear medicine cameras
- Five positron emission computerized tomography (PET/CT) scanners
- Two cardiac PET scanners
- One PET/MRI scanner
- Two cyclotrons
From the program director
Thank you for your interest in the Body Imaging and Intervention Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota! This one-year fellowship is designed to provide unparalleled subspecialty training in both advanced diagnostic body imaging, as well as cutting-edge cross-sectional interventions.
Fellows will get subspecialty training working one-on-one with leaders and pioneers in the field of radiology while having access to the abundant resources Mayo provides as a world leader in health care. As a trainee, you will be exposed to a diverse patient population and will have the opportunity to collaborate with internationally recognized clinicians in surgical and medical subspecialties at our many multidisciplinary conferences.
Major strengths of the program include exposure to a high volume of diverse and complex clinical cases, state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, cutting-edge interventional procedures, as well as abundant research and educational opportunities. Our core curriculum will provide unmatched training in all body imaging modalities while also allowing flexibility and ample elective time to accommodate your individual interests.
Our goal is for all fellows to become experts and leaders in the field. Whether your future pursuits are in academics or private practice, the Body Imaging and Intervention Fellowship at Mayo Clinic will provide boundless opportunities to establish a foundation of excellence in your career.
Daniel Adamo, M.D.
In addition to caring for patients in clinical practice, Mayo Clinic's faculty is committed to teaching and facilitating the growth of medical knowledge. Many of our faculty members have published and lectured extensively and are highly regarded in their fields. You work closely with these individuals throughout your training in the Body Imaging and Intervention Fellowship.
Advisers and mentors
Faculty advisers are available to provide comprehensive educational advice and personal support. You meet with your adviser periodically throughout the program to review your progress and career goals, and ensure that your educational needs are being met. Your adviser may serve as a contact point for introducing you and your family to Rochester, Minnesota, and the Mayo Clinic system.
Many prominent professors visit Mayo Clinic each year. They present their work during lectures, participate in hospital rounds and have informal discussions with trainees. You are encouraged to take full advantage of these educational opportunities.