TMC Academy’s Fellowship programme is designed for the individual radiologist embarking on a subspecialised path. The Fellow will benefit from working with a subspecialised radiologist with extensive experience in radiology reporting and teaching.
The purpose of the Fellowship is for the Fellow to learn through a structure based on daily lectures, reporting from individual work stations with subsequent group discussion. The programme is flexible and adaptable to the participants and their need and requests but as a starting point will be general.
With more than 10 years in the business, our vast experience and professional reputation means that we can bring together true experts from around the world to share with you their unique radiology skills, insight and experience. With access to more than 170 experienced subspecialist radiologists, we get to pick the best Mentor for a tailored programme built specifically around the individual needs of each participant.
A Fellowship programme will run daily from approx. 08:30- 16:00 for one week with 6-8 hours per day. The structure is of daily lectures on a specific topic. Fellows will report on related cases with supervision from Mentor. The cases will be subject for the following group discussion. Each Fellow will work on their own work stations with access to Optemis (TMC RIS) and PACS, allowing them to work on anonymised cases.
All programmes will be conducted in English unless a different language is previously agreed between the Mentor and the Fellows.
Each programme will consist of 3-5 Fellows who share the same section interest. Fellows will need to arrange their own travel and accommodation, however, TMC Academy can assist with recommendations of nearby hotels.
All Fellowship programmes will take place at TMC’s Barcelona Head Office in Spain.
The purpose of the Fellowship is for to have a tailor-made small group hands-on education and feedback study format covering major and important aspects of abdominal and pelvic MRI. The programme is flexible and adaptable to the participants and their need and requests.
Associate professor Michael R. Torkzad, M.D, Ph. D., will be the main mentor for the whole course. He has extensive clinical as well as academic experience. He has been working with abdominal and pelvic MRI for 18 years. Aside from lecturing he has organized more than 10 different radiological courses.
The purpose of the mini-fellowship is to learn about different topics in MSK radiology through a five-day long programme based on multiple lectures, daily reporting from individual work stations on specific teaching cases with subsequent group discussion.
Dr. Sandro Galea-Soler has been working as a part-time collaborator for TMC in the MSK section over the last 5 years. He underwent general radiology training in Scotland, followed by two fellowships in diagnostic emergency (Vancouver, Canada) and musculoskeletal (Bradford, England) radiology. He has been working as a consultant radiologist for the l...