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Overview

The Mammography/Women's Imaging Fellowship Program at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, will prepare you for subspecialty practice or an academic career in breast/women imaging.

Within Radiology, the subspecialty area of breast imaging and intervention offers all screening and diagnostic tools. Breast imaging is a busy, high volume practice with a multi-disciplinary approach to breast disease. Fellows are supervised by staff consultants with increasing levels of independence based on experience and expertise. Research opportunities exist for interested fellows. Female pelvic imaging is offered through rotations in body MRI, US and CT.

Program history

The Mammography/Women's Imaging Fellowship Program officially began in July 2005 with its first fellow. It is anticipated that in most years three fellows will complete training in this program.

Shannon Zingula, M.D.

Director's welcome

Our fellowship program offers exceptional training in all areas of breast and women’s imaging, but also allows you time to tailor your experience via elective rotations – including opportunities to spend time with colleagues in other disciplines that participate in breast care or within other areas of radiology.

Shannon Zingula, M.D.
Mammography/Women's Imaging Fellowship Program Director

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Choosing Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic campus in Rochester, Minnesota.
Campus and community

Rochester, MN

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Stipend and benefits