Overview

Pediatric Radiology section is housed in the McGovern-Davidson Children’s Health Center. Over 70,000 diagnostic examinations are performed on pediatric patients every year. Duke University is a level 1 trauma center, and over 7,000 radiographic examinations are performed in the emergency department yearly. We have a close working relationship with the pediatric surgical subspecialties including general and transplant surgery, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, urology and otolaryngology. Duke University is a world leader in pediatric bone marrow transplantation, and fellows will be exposed to a spectrum of imaging of bone marrow candidates, from the evaluation of patients prior to transplantation to the complications associated with transplantation and immunocompromise. The fellowship is fully ACGME accredited.

FACULTY:

The pediatric radiology faculty is fully subspecialty board certified (CAQ), with individuals participating in research, writing and in pediatric radiology education and health policy on a nationwide level. For more complete details on the faculty, please see Physicians page.