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Nuclear Cardiology Cardiac CT Angiography Fellowship

Western University / London Health Sciences Centre

Clinical Research Fellowship position in Cardiac SPECT/CT



Position title: NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY CARDIAC CT ANGIOGRAPHY FELLOWSHIP
Department: Medical Imaging, Division of Nuclear Medicine
Location: Victoria Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre, London, Ontario
CANADA

Position description: Department of Medical Imaging, Division of Nuclear Medicine, London Health Sciences Centre, London, Ontario, CANADA offers a two year (option for a third year) Clinical Research Fellowship position in Cardiac SPECT/CT. This fellowship provides an in-depth cutting edge experience in clinical research and clinical myocardial perfusion scintigraphy (MPS) and coronary CT angiography (CCTA) using state-of the art SPECT/CT and CT equipment. The Nuclear Medicine Department has 5 (to be 6) full-time and 1 part-time faculty members, 5 residents and several clinical fellows including 2 clinical fellows in the CT Angiography/Nuclear Cardiology program. The Nuclear Medicine Department is city-wide and performs more than 40,000 procedures/year, covering all aspects of diagnostic and therapeutic Nuclear Medicine including a large Radioimmunotherapy Program and a large Thyroid Clinical practice. The Nuclear Medicine practice is one of the largest and most comprehensive in North America. Over 3,000 Nuclear Cardiology studies and >600 coronary CTAs are performed annually in Nuclear Medicine. The department has 11 state-of-the-art SPECT cameras including 2 advanced cadmium-zinc-telluride (CZT) dedicated cardiac cameras, 5 SPECT/CT systems (one with 1 slice CT, two with 4-slice CT, one with 8-slice CT and one with 16-slice CT) and a GE Discovery PET/CT. A 320-slice Canon Aquillion CT scanner was installed in Radiology in 2020 and is used by Nuclear Medicine to perform cCTA.
Qualifications: The Department of Nuclear Medicine is part of the Academic Department of Medical Imaging at Western University, London, Ontario CANADA. Physicians from Nuclear Medicine, Radiology, Internal Medicine and Cardiology are encouraged to apply. Contact Number: 0011+1+519-685-8500, ext. 56275 or 33425. To Start: July 1, 2020 or when available. Interested individuals should forward their CV with a cover letter. For reference 2 of our publications are listed:

1. Yuoness S, et al. Very high coronary artery score with normal myocardial myocardial perfusion SPECT imaging is associated with a moderate incidence of severe coronary artery disease. Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging (2015) 42:1542-1550.
2. Abazid RM, et al. Boot-shaped heart after robotic coronary assist bypass surgery. JACC:Cardiovasc Imaging (2020) IN PRESS

Contact 1 details: Dr. James C. Warrington Nuclear Medicine Fellowship Director
(519) 685-8500 ext 76143, ext front desk 56275
james.warrington@lhsc.on.ca

Contact 2 details: Dr. Jonathan Romsa, Nuclear Medicine Chief, Dr. Romsa's admin ass't: Shannon.McGugan@lhsc.on.ca
London Health Sciences Centre University Hospital Nuclear Medicine, 339 Windemere Road London, Ontario N6A 5A5 CANADA
(519) 663-3425
Jonathan.Romsa@lhsc.on.ca