Fellowship Overview

We offer a one-year Breast Imaging Fellowship with in-depth exposure to all aspects of diagnostic breast imaging, including digital mammography, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, contrast-enduced dual energy mammography, and breast tomosynthesis. Fellows may  rotate to other major breast imaging centers in the Twin Cities metro area.

Fellows gain experience in many types of interventional procedures, including stereotactic-, US- and MRI-guided breast biopsies, US axillary lymph node biopsy, wire localizations, ductography, and nuclear medicine sentinel node injections.

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Fellows should be willing to read widely and in-depth about all aspects of breast imaging and diagnosis. They should participate in quality assurance, accreditation and all other administrative aspects of a successful breast imaging practice. They should do these things in order to promote the habit of lifelong education, to prepare themselves as resources in their medical and lay community for all aspects of breast health above and beyond what increased practice experience can provide, and to be ready to assume leadership roles in their practice, medical community and lay community relative to breast health and as well as other community needs.


Breast Imaging Fellowship Director 
An Church, MD

GME Program Administrator
Blake Cicenas



A complete application must include:

  • Completed Application Form
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Transcript
  • Three letters of recommendation (one of which must come from your program director)
  • Personal Statement

Submit application materials to:
Dr. An Church


Minimum entry requirements include successful completion of a diagnostic radiology residency from an ACGME or equivalent residency program in the USA or Canada.

Applications from graduates of non-US radiology programs are considered on a case-by-case basis if the duration of the completed training is at least five years including one year of clinical training. Please note however that for international graduates at least one of the recommendation letters has to be from a US radiologist or US institution.

J1 visas are not supported.


  • Interviews will be held virtually per SCARD embargo agreement.
  • November 1 - March 31