Academic Our radiologists hold faculty appointments at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine. We offer assistant, associate, and full professor positions in the Academic Clinician and Clinician-Educator (non-tenure) tracks.  
Comprehensive Our compensation package includes a generous sign-on bonus; medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance; retirement with employer matching; paid parental leave and fertility benefits; and tuition assistance for employees and dependents.
Supportive CHOP's orientation program provides new radiologists with extensive resources and an assigned ambassador. 
About the Department CHOP’s Department of Radiology manages a full range of high-quality imaging cases, with more than 300,000 studies per year at our Philadelphia, King of Prussia, and satellite locations.

Programs and Resources

CHOP’s well-established educational program includes daily conferences, visiting professorships, an observership program, and:
Global Pediatric Radiology Outreach & Education supports educational and outreach activities around the world with a special focus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Radiology’s Intelligent Adaptive Learning (RADIAL) offers tools and resources to interpret images at subspecialty level and teach or learn micro-lessons daily.
Clinical Research Core (CRC) supports investigators conducting clinical and translational research on a range of pediatric radiology and imaging topics.
CHOP Opportunity for Academic Career in researcH (COACH) provides structured curriculum on scientific writing, data analytics, research basics, imaging software, grantsmanship, and more.
Lurie Family Foundations MEG Imaging Center offers access to state-of-the-art technology and emerging techniques related to image-based clinical neuroscience.
Center for Pediatric Contrast Ultrasound (CPCU) provides hands-on contrast ultrasound training for pediatric sonographers, radiologists, and subspecialists.
Children's Hospital Additive Manufacturing for Pediatrics (CHAMP)  helps radiologists cultivate additive manufacturing and 3D design skills to implement across the hospital.
Mentorship Program fosters the career growth and overall wellbeing of attending radiologists, fellows, and researchers. 
  • Expertise in Body Imaging with a focus on Pediatric Diagnostic Radiology 
  • M.D., M.D./Ph.D., or equivalent 
  • American Board of Radiology eligibility 
  • Completion of fellowship training in pediatric radiology or equivalent 
Clinical Responsibilities May include coverage: 
  • On evenings, nights and weekends; 
  • In Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and Magnetoencephalography (MEG- optional); 
  • At Specialty Centers when necessary. 
Teaching Responsibilities May include:  
  • Teaching residents and fellows during readouts and conferences; 
  • Participating in interdisciplinary conferences with clinical subspecialties; 
  • Teaching medical students rotating through the department; 
  • Preparing learning materials, lectures, posters, and presentations for national review.