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SNM Wagner-Torizuka Felloowship Program The SNM Wagner-Torizuka Fellowship is a two-year fellowship in the United States for Japanese physicians in the early stages of their career. The purpose of the program is to provide experience and training in nuclear medicine/molecular imaging modalities in the areas of cardiology, neurology and oncology. This program is expected to advance Fellows’ research and clinical expertise, as well as facilitate professional development, to equip them to make signifi cant contributions to the fi eld of nuclear medicine in Japan. An annual stipend of $24,000 U.S. dollars will be paid in three installments to the fellow(s).
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APPLICANT ELIGIBILITY Applicants must be permanent residents of Japan and must have received Japanese MD license no more than fi fteen (15) years from the time of application.
・Online Application Process
・Letters of Support
・Progress and Final Reports
・Participation in Fellowship Reception
APPLICATIONS DUE - JANUARY 15, 2008 For more information and to access application, visit QUESTIONS Contact: Theresa Pinkham Director of Development phone: 703-326-1194 email:
“This program will greatly contribute to the further progress of nuclear Medicine in Japan. I strongly hope that young Japanese physicians will have invaluable experiences in the United States through this wonderful program, and then they would lead the exciting new era of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging in Japan keeping tight collaboration and friendship with our dear colleagues in the United States.” Kanji Torizuka, MD, PhD Emeritus Professor of Kyoto University and Fukui Medical University, Emeritus Member of Japanese Society of Nuclear Medicine
“For almost half a century, Japanese physicians and scientists have studied nuclear medicine in the United States. Scores of them founded and now head Departments of Nuclear Medicine and Radiology in Japan. This fellowship is a step toward insuring that this outstanding relationship will continue far into the future of this exciting, new, revolutionary specialty of molecular imaging.” Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Radiology Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

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 ・announcement, at lower part of the page
 ・Online application

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