Department of Diagnostic Radiology
offers one to two year fellowships in:
These fellowships are sponsored by
the MUHC Radiology Associates with a
stipend of $65,000 per annum.
fellowship sponsored by the
MNH Radiologists. Pediatric
fellowship sponsored by MCH
Royal College Neuroradiology
fellowship funding to be reviewed on
per case basis.
following 4 fellowships are also
available but are non-funded. These
fellowships are available to externally
funded candidates as well as Quebec
graduates funded by RAMQ.
note that the information below is meant
to serve as a guide only, and that only
information contained on the McGill PGME
Admissions web site and Minerva document
checklists is considered to be accurate
and binding. (http://www.medicine.mcgill.ca/postgrad/admission.htm).
Selected candidates will be
asked to complete the Admissions process
as required by the PGME Office Link
Fellowship candidates must have
completed an accredited Radiology
training program and be:
Certified by the Royal College of
Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in
Diagnostic Imaging or
American Board of Radiology
ECFMG or USMLE (Steps I & 2) or
MCCQE I & II or the MCCEE or
Certified with equivalent
* A physician who holds a
valid specialty certificate, and
who obtains a letter from the
Dean of their Medical School
attesting support for the
additional fellowship training
may be exempt from the above
exams. Eligibility is limited to
3 years maximum, renewable
of these qualifications must be provided
by all applicants.
Include an up to date copy of your
curriculum vitae with your application
as well as a letter of intent(personal
have each of three referees send letters
of reference directly to:
Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Rm
Montreal General Hospital
1650 Cedar Avenue
Montreal, QC H3G 1A4
Tel: (514) 934-8084
** Reference letters for the Royal College
Neuroradiology Fellowship and Pediatric
Fellowship Programs should be addressed
to the respective Program Directors.
Mailing address is the same as above.
application is not complete until three
letters of reference have been received
under separate cover by the Department
of Radiology, Administrative Office.
Letters of reference can be sent by
e-mail or fax by the referees. Please
ensure that your referees send signed
originals letters to our office.
it is the applicant’s responsibly to
ensure that all reference letters are
received by the Department of Radiology
administrative office. Referees will not
be contacted by the Department for the
purpose of requesting these letters.
Deadline for receipt of applications is
September 30 (18 to 20 months prior to
deadline for July 2014 start date would
be September 30, 2012
Applications will be reviewed by the
respective fellowship supervisor.
Candidates will be contacted for an
interview and please be advised that
candidates must come for a personal
interviews. No telephone interviews are
accepted. Interviews will be organized
will begin in October or November and
last interviews to be held by February.
IMG applications must receive a letter
of eligibility from the College des
médecins du Quebec (CMQ) and must meet
immigration requirements. International
Medical Graduates, once accepted, must
submit the documents listed on the CMQ
applicant does not have the USMLE or
ECMFG examinations, please be advised
that a letter from the Dean of Medicine
of your school is required. This letter
needs to attest that you were a student
in good standing and the Dean supports
your fellowship at McGill.
does not have USMLE or ECFMG exams then
they must have specialist certificate.
Training requirement - 5 years of
postgraduate training in Radiology.
of these fellowships is accredited by
the Accreditation Council for Graduate
Medical Education (ACGME), which only
accredits US programs.
Specialty accreditation: The Royal
College of Physicians and Surgeons of
Canada (RCPSC) is the Canadian body that
certifies medical specialists. The 2
year Neuroradiology Fellowship is
accredited by the Royal
College.Candidates must meet eligibility
requirements and must be certified in
their primary speciality (Diagnostic
Radiology) in order to write the
certification examination. Pediatric
Radiology (1 year ) is also accredited
by the RCPSC with certification
requirements are the same as above.