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Penn Radiology Residents in Nuclear Imaging Room

Train to become the future of radiology

The Diagnostic Radiology Residency program at Penn Medicine is one of the premiere radiology training programs in the world.

The program's structure provides a curriculum over three years that will provide each resident with a strong background in all aspects of radiology, both clinical and non-clinical, and will assure the resident's success in mastering general radiology and the new "Core Exam".

The program's fourth year is flexible, allowing residents to pursue creative individual interests. Residents can use the year to develop broad clinical and radiological expertise in a specific subspecialty as part of a two-year subspecialty fellowship program. Residents may elect to pursue our ABR approved 16 month pathway to certification in Nuclear Radiology as well as our ACGME approved ESIR program. Alternatively, an individualized program can be created in conjunction with the program director. The program fosters and facilitates original research by residents throughout each stage of their training.

  • Clinical Track

    The Penn Radiology Diagnostic Residency clinical track combines exceptional clinical curriculum and practice with research and subspecialty concentration.

  • Research Track

    Penn Radiology Diagnostic Residency research candidates spend virtually their entire fourth year of residency pursuing research.

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