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Tufts Medicine Emergency and Trauma Radiology (ETR) Fellowship in Boston, Massachusetts

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The Tufts Medical Center Department of Radiology is pleased to offer an Emergency and Trauma Radiology (ETR) Fellowship for academic year 2024-2025 (2 spots) and 2025-2026 (2 spots). This program is not ACGME accredited and we accept fellows outside any matching process.


This is a one-year fellowship designed for radiologists wishing to receive advanced training in emergency radiology with a focus in neuroradiology. This training program may be suitable for those considering a career in Emergency Radiology, private practice/community radiology, and Teleradiology. Fellows are exposed to Emergency and Trauma Radiology at a Level 1 Trauma Academic Medical Center in the heart of the city of Boston. Primary focus of clinical work involves interpretation of the imaging of acutely ill and traumatized patients presenting to Tufts Medical Center (TMC) Emergency Department.

At TMC, all reading rooms have recently undergone major renovation and provide a modern and attractive working environment for ETR fellows.

ETR Fellows serve as key members of the care team and facilitate timely communication with Emergency Medicine, Trauma Surgery, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery teams.

ETR Fellows will be supervised by dedicated Neuroradiology, Body, and MSK Attending Radiologists, depending on their rotations, during normal business hours (8 am to 5 pm). After 5 pm, imaging services are covered by our dedicated remote nighthawk radiologists with Day Float and Night Float residents until 2 am. After 2 am, all imaging services are covered by the Night Float resident with Teleradiology Attending coverage. There is no mandatory after-hours duty for ETR fellows, i.e. they are only required to work from 8 am to 5 pm on week days. There are no mandatory evening shifts, weekend shifts, or overnight shifts.


6-month Emergency Radiology (acute neuro, body and MSK pathology and trauma)

6-month Neuroradiology (acute inpatient and outpatient CNS pathology)

For those trainees who already have, or plan to acquire, Massachusetts Full Physician License by the start date of July 1st (or during the fellowship), they can participate in a voluntary Moonlighting within TMC Radiology to earn extra income by covering weekend calls (Saturday and Sunday, 8 am to 5 pm) as an attending (i.e. signing off reports).

Academic time of up to half-a-day per week may be granted to those who would like to be involved in research and/or quality improvement projects. All ETR fellows may attend resident teaching sessions when their schedule allows. Fellows’ clinical performance will be evaluated and reviewed by the Program Director and Assistant Program Director on a regular basis, with formal feedback sessions at least every 6 months. Involvement in research and/or quality improvement projects are encouraged but not required. ETR fellows have several opportunities to participate in teaching activities for Tufts University medical students and TMC radiology residents.


Qualified fellows are strongly considered to transition into attending roles at the conclusion of fellowship. Hiring options include a private practice position for those who wish to transition into community radiology, mix of both community and academic radiology, and an academic position at TMC. For those who wish to move onto Teleradiology practice anywhere in the world, our program offers an excellent well-rounded training including all aspects of emergency, trauma, and acute imaging.

Applying to the Emergency Radiology Fellowship Program

Applications require the following to be emailed to the Program Coordinator (

 Application coversheet (please download from this link)

 Curriculum Vitae

 Personal Statement

 Recent Photo (jpg, gif, or png)

 Three letters of recommendation (emailed directly to the Program Coordinator)

 Exam Transcripts – USMLE, LMCC or Complex

 ACGME Board Eligible status or Board Certified

 ECFMG Certificate (if applicable)

Application Timeline

Our non-ACGME accredited fellowship program does not participate in the NRMP Match. The timing of application is therefore flexible and we accept applications and give offers on a rolling basis.

We conduct interviews remotely via teleconference. Eligible applicants will be invited for a video-conference interview.

For applicants pursuing a Fellowship during academic year 2024-2025, important dates to adhere to are listed below.

  1. We are currently accepting applications. Please submit your application package as soon as possible.

  2. We will schedule interviews as soon as we receive your application. Decisions will be made soon after the interview.

  3. We can only consider applicants who do NOT require Visas. Those who required J-1, O-1 or H1B visa support are not eligible to apply this year.

For applicants pursuing a Fellowship during academic year 2025-2026, important dates to adhere to are listed below, but may be changed in the future.

  1. We are currently accepting applications. Please submit your application package as soon as you are interested in our program.

  2. We will schedule interviews as soon as we receive your application. Decisions will be made on a rolling basis.

  3. At this time, we can only consider applicants who do NOT require Visas.

Those who require J-1, O-1 or H1B visa support are not eligible to apply at this time. However, this may change in the future (most likely late 2024 or early 2025). Our program will apply for a Non-Standard Training program status via ACGME later this year, and after we receive the approval, we will be able to consider J-1 visa applicants.

Please submit your application package as soon as possible to allow adequate time for interviewing, credentialing and other administrative tasks to be completed prior to a July 1st start date.


Daichi Hayashi, MD PhD

ETR Fellowship Director

Daniel Do-Dai, MD

ETR Fellowship Assistant Director

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