Pedro J. Diaz-Marchan, M.D.
Associate Chair for Education
Highest quality education is the prime objective of the Department of Radiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
The program includes extensive training in CT/MRI, brain, head and neck and spine, as well as training in:
- Diagnostic and therapeutic angiography
- Spine procedures
The program is very diverse with rotations at Ben Taub Hospital, the county hospital and a Level 1 Trauma Center for Harris County; St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, the primary, private adult hospital affiliate of BCM; MD Anderson Cancer Center, ranked the nation's top cancer hospital in U.S. News and World Report's, "America's Best Hospitals" survey; Texas Children's Hospital, the nation's largest pediatric hospital; The Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, one of the nation's largest VA hospitals, serving Harris County and 27 surrounding counties and St. Joseph's Medical Center, a private hospital in downtown Houston that serves as a first responder to the City and Port of Houston. In addition to the extensive clinical material, we have laboratory facilities and personnel actively involved in basic research.
|The MED Veterans Affairs Medical Center||400||2||CT/MR/Angio/Spine procedures|
|UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center||468||2||Head and Neck Imaging|
|Texas Children's Hospital||697||2||Pediatric Neuroimaging|
|St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital||909||1||CT/MR/Angio/Spine procedures|
|Ben Taub Hospital||650||4||CT/MR/Angio|
|St. Joseph's Medical Center||792||1||CT/MRI|
The fellowship is one year. Candidates must have completed a four year Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or the Royal College of Physician and Surgeons of Canada. Items for submission:
- Current curriculum vitae
- Personal statement
- Medical school dean's letter
- Notarized copy of diploma and internship certificate (if applicable)
- Letter of verification from residency program director
- USMLE board scores
- Three letters of reference.