Dra. Frances Tardy’02

Felicitamos con mucho orgullo a nuestra querida Exalumna Dra. Frances Tardy Rivera ’02 quien ha sido nombrada al Fellowship Program como Directora en el Cleveland Clinic en Florida. Dios te bendiga. Gracias por poner en alto el nombre de tu país y el de tu Colegio Calasanz.
Compartimos este Orgullo Calasancio.

Overview

The Section of Abdominal Imaging at Cleveland Clinic Florida offers a one-year fellowship program in Abdominal Imaging. This fellowship focuses on establishing clinical expertise by providing comprehensive and specialized training in all areas of abdominal imaging with core rotations in Abdominal MRI, Abdominal CT, Ultrasound and Image-Guided Interventions. We interpret a high volume of studies and serve a sub-specialized group of oncologists, gastroenterologists, colorectal surgeons, hepatobiliary surgeons, transplant surgeons, urologists and gynecologists. The fellow will be exposed to a wide variety of advanced imaging techniques, including multiparametric prostate MRI with 3D segmentation for MR/TRUS fusion biopsy, rectal cancer staging MR, MR and CT enterography, liver cancer staging, CT colonography, MRCP, US elastography, pre- and post- kidney and liver transplant evaluation, and MR defecography.

The fellow will actively participate in multiple multidisciplinary conferences, including colorectal, liver, upper gastrointestinal and genitourinary tumor boards and liver transplant conference. The fellow will also have the opportunity to participate in medical student and gastrointestinal fellow education through didactic conferences.

Elective rotations provide the flexibility for the fellow to deepen their training in abdominal radiology and cross-train in other subspecialties, such as PET/Nuclear Medicine, Cardiothoracic Imaging, MSK Imaging, Neuroradiology and Mammography. Participation in research projects is also encourage.