Department of Radiology | Pediatric Radiology Fellowship

The pediatric radiology fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital is the longest running in the country. Our fellowship program offers broad clinical experience in pediatric radiology and many research opportunities within Harvard Medical School.

The aims of our program are:

  1. educating fellows with the interpretative and technical skills to be excellent practitioners of pediatric radiology
  2. training fellows to provide professional, quality care in different health care settings
  3. inspiring fellows to be inquisitive clinical researchers and innovators who will become future leaders in pediatric radiology

The first year of fellowship is fully accredited by the ACGME for up to 10 fellows. Additional, focused sub-specialty training and/or research opportunities are available to qualified fellows who have completed the first year of pediatric radiology fellowship.

During a one-year fellowship, fellows rotate throughout a variety of clinical rotations, ensuring wide ranging clinical exposure to all aspects of pediatric imaging, with a particular focus on advanced imaging techniques. Clinical rotations include:

  • body CT/MRI
  • musculoskeletal imaging
  • neuroradiology
  • fetal/neonatal imaging
  • nuclear medicine/molecular imaging
  • ultrasound
  • fluoroscopy
  • interventional radiology
  • emergency radiology

There are twice-daily educational lectures/conferences covering all aspects of pediatric imaging and non-interpretive domains of competency. Additionally, fellows enjoy the benefit of regular Grand Rounds lectures and lectures from Visiting Professors.

Fellows also partake in our Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills (PERCS) and simulated sessions to enhance their skill set when having difficult conversations related to their practice.

All fellows receive one half day of academic time per week with many opportunities to engage in educational projects, quality projects, and original research with faculty mentorship. Collaboration with other departments/clinicians is strongly encouraged. All fellows are expected to complete at least one academic project during the fellowship.

Our program offers a competitive salary and large individual academic fund to support educational and academic purchases and travel to educational meetings.

For further information, contact Neha Kwatra (Fellowship Director) or Ms. Jane Choura (Educational Manager)

How to apply

We will begin accepting applications in Nov. 1, 2023, for the fellowship class of 2025-26. All application materials must be submitted by Dec. 15, 2023. Along with most other North American programs, Boston Children’s Hospital is adhering to the new embargo dates for interviews/offers; therefore interviews will not take place until Jan. 8, 2024. Applicants must provide:

  1. completed application
  2. medical school transcript
  3. updated curriculum vitae
  4. three letters of recommendation
  5. a small photograph (for identification purposes)
  6. personal statement
All fellowship documents can be sent through email to

Qualified applicants will be invited to interview once all application materials have been received and reviewed by the Selection Committee. Fellowship positions will be offered to highly qualified applicants on a rolling basis throughout the interview season.

For questions or more information, please contact Jane Choura, coordinator of the Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program, at 617-355-6290.

Day of your interview

Welcome! We look forward to meeting you.

All interviews for the 2025-26 academic year will be virtual.

For more information, please contact Jane Choura, coordinator of the Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program.

IMPORTANT: If you wish to apply for a second-year fellowship in interventional radiology or neuroradiology for the 2026-27 academic year, please let Jane Choura know as soon as possible. It may be possible to facilitate same-day interviews for these programs at the time of your interview for the 2025-26 Pediatric Radiology Fellowship.