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Martha C. Wasserman, M.D.
Program Director

Welcome to the University of Florida College of Medicine–Jacksonville (UFCOM-J) fellowship in breast imaging. We are pleased to offer a one-year dedicated breast imaging fellowship position. Alternatively, two six-month positions may be arranged (July-December and January-June) for eligible candidates. The fellowship is designed to enhance an individual's skills in a multitude of techniques related to breast imaging, preparing the candidate for a successful career in the academic or private practice setting. Assignment to the clinical rotations includes interpretation of cases, supervision of residents, performance of procedures, and preparation for multiple interdisciplinary conferences. Fellows rotate at both the UF Health Breast Center – Jacksonville Tower II and UF Health Advanced Breast Imaging – Emerson.

The fellowship offers experience with state-of-the-art breast imaging modalities, including digital mammography, conventional and 3-D Ultrasound, MRI and digital breast tomosynthesis (3-D mammography). The fellow has ample opportunity to perfect techniques required for percutaneous breast biopsies, using stereotactic, ultrasound and MR guidance. Also, pre-surgical localization procedures utilizing I-125 radioactive seeds are performed routinely. Fellows are given the opportunity to pursue research and clinical interests, as well as, attend daily didactic noon teaching conference. Case presentations are made by the fellow at both our multidisciplinary weekly case conference and monthly breast radiology-pathology correlation conference.

Thank you for your interest in our fellowship program. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Martha C. Wasserman, M.D.
Chief, Division of Women's Imaging; Program Director, Breast Imaging Fellowship Program

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