Residents may enter the program after completing one year of post-graduate training in an accredited transitional program or after one year in a program that requires at least five years of post-graduate training, for example, surgery. Individuals are required to apply for a separate, post-graduate year of clinical training starting July 2014 as well as applying for the four-year diagnostic radiology program starting in July 2015.
The Department of Radiology participates in the National Residency Matching Program. Applications for residency are only accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service. No additional information besides the standard ERAS application is required.
Following initial evaluation of the applications by our review committee, approximately 85 individuals are offered formal interviews. Interviews are by appointment only and are conducted in December and January.
There will be a total of 35 residency positions in 2015. As part of the match process in 2013, the Department of Radiology received approximately 700 applications to fill the open resident positions beginning in June 2014. All resident appointments are subject to annual review. Applications for subsequent years are considered if vacancies exist.
The application deadline for residents beginning in July 2015 is October 15, 2013.