The Body imaging Fellowship Program at the Aga Khan University Hospital covers all of the disciplines of body imaging including, head and neck (excluding neuroimaging) chest, abdomen and pelvis imaging. The program takes place in a high-volume academic environment.
Through this two-year program, fellow will receive training in all aspects of body imaging, including plain
films, fluoroscopy procedures, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and
PET CT for disease assessment and staging of tumours. Fellow will also observe and perform ultrasound and CT guided interventional procedures.
The Body imaging Fellowship prepares the fellow for subspecialty practice or an academic career in Body imaging.