Pediatric Radiology Fellowship

Located in affordable Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Children’s Hospital has been a leader in pediatric radiology fellowship training for over 40 years.

Final home to the “Father of Pediatric Radiology,” John Caffey, the fellowship provides broad, high-quality basic and advanced pediatric imaging training.

The pediatric radiology fellowship includes:

Learn on the Latest Imaging Equipment

State-of-the-art imaging equipment at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC includes:

  • Cardiac imaging
  • A prospering 3D printing lab
  • EOS scoliosis imaging
  • Five fully equipped MR scanners
  • MR and US elastography

We also have the latest iterations of equipment such as:

  • CT
  • Interventional
  • Nuclear medicine
  • PET/CT
  • Ultrasonography

Study at One of the Best Children's Hospitals in the U.S.

For eight consecutive years, Children's has made the U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll of America’s “Best Children’s Hospitals” list.

Our dedicated staff and University of Pittsburgh faculty instruct fellows to provide outstanding care for Level 1 trauma patients.

You'll also learn about pediatric radiology and services in the following areas:

As an international leader in pediatric transplant, fellows receive extensive experience in imaging and interventions for all types of transplant patients.

Children's is also a leader in research, particularly in pediatric neuroradiology research. Our Department of Radiology has over 120 peer-reviewed publications in the last 2 years.

The Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC mission is “transforming the lives of children through science and compassion.” This mission statement is an integral part of the training program, the radiology department, and what the fellows do here.

Learn how to apply to the pediatric radiology fellowship program.