Fellowship in Informatics

The Informatics Fellowship provides a radiology resident or early-career professional with hands-on experience in the field of informatics, including one-on-one mentoring and informatics projects. The fellow will be introduced to initiatives of the Data Science Institute® , ACR AI-LAB , and other ACR Informatics projects. Below is an outline of the 2022-2023 fellowship schedule.

  • September 2023 (2-3 days): The fellowship will begin with a virtual visit with ACR staff. During this period, the fellow will meet with a variety of teams and ACR experts and be immersed in discussions on informatics and hands-on learning projects.
  • October 25-26 (2 days): The fellow will attend the ACR 2023 Imaging Informatics Summit in San Diego, CA.
  • Spring 2024 (1 week): Next, the fellow will continue to gain experience by spending a week at a participating pilot site learning about informatics implementation in a clinical setting. Additional time will be allotted for didactic lectures, one-on-one mentoring, and independent study.

At the close of the fellowship, the fellow will write and submit an informatics white paper with direct mentoring from Drs. Tessa Cook and Adam Prater.

The time of the fellowship sessions will be arranged with the fellow and their supervisors to accommodate their training and work schedules. The fellow will receive a $500 stipend at the completion of their white paper. The fellow’s travel and living expenses during the program will be paid by the ACR.

How to Apply

The fellowship is available to fourth-year residents and early-career professionals up to three years out of residency at the start of the fellowship. All applicants are required to submit the following materials:

  • Online application form
  • Current curriculum vitae
  • Letter of recommendation

Note: All applicants must be eligible for ACR Membership. Find information on membership categories and eligibility here.

For questions about this fellowship, please contact pnierengarten@acr.org.

Applications for the 2023 Informatics Fellowship are now closed.

Informatics Fellows

 George Vilanilam, MD George Vilanilam, MD
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 
  Florence Doo, MD
Stanford University, California
 Headshot of Dr. Femi-Abodunde Abiola Femi-Abodunde, MD
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Dr. Cohen

Dan Cohen-Addad, MD
SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, Brooklyn, NY




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