Andrew Quon, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology
Fellowship Program Director
The clinical fellowship will focus on all aspects of clinical PET/CT imaging as well as include clinical research projects that evaluate emerging Molecular Imaging technologies related to PET.
Clinical duties include helping with the PET/CT service and joint Nuclear Medicine/Radiology read-outs. Features include intensive training in the interpretation of FDG PET/CT, the formulations of imaging protocols, and the daily management of the PET/CT scanner. Training from both Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Faculty allow for a unique learning experience not available in most programs. The fellowship lasts one year and is renewable at the end of each academic year.
- Completion of the USMLE I, II, and III
- American Board of Radiology (ABR) and/or American Board of Nuclear Medicine (ABNM)-eligible or board-certified
- Applicants must be eligible for a California Medical License. To determine if you are qualified for a California license, please go to this link.
If you wish to apply for a fellowship position, you must complete and submit the following:
- Application [PDF]
Three letters of recommendation
A copy of your doctoral diploma
Copies of USMLE board exam scores
Proof of eligibility or certification: American Board of Radiology (ABR) and/or American Board of Nuclear Medicine
A copy of ECFMG certificate (if applicable; we do accept graduates of foreign medical schools.)
Visa status - Stanford only sponsors J1 visas. Applicants who currently hold an H1 visa will need to change to a J1
Application materials must be sent via email as PDF or Jpeg files to residency/fellowship program coordinator:
Tel: (650) 724-9139
Fax: (650) 721-6619
After reviewing this material, interviews at Stanford will be arranged for selected individuals. We thank you for your interest in our program and look forward to meeting you.
- 2015 - 1 position available, Application Deadline: September, 2014