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Educational Programs

Medical College of Wisconsin
Department of Radiology

Residency in Diagnostic Radiology

The residency in diagnostic radiology provides a full clinical and academic experience. Through training in all areas of diagnostic radiology, including conventional radiography, nuclear medicine, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasonography, and interventional radiology, the program provides the experience for clinical competence as well as preparation for certification. Opportunities exist for participation in a broad range of clinical and basic research activities. Click here for program details.


Fellowships are offered in digital imaging, interventional radiology, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine, thoracic imaging.

Digital Imaging
We offer four positions in our one-year program which consists of six-months MRI, three-months CT and three-months ultrasound. Click here for program details.

Vascular Interventional Radiology
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We offer a number of positions in our one-year program. Click here for program details.

Thoracic Imaging
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Pediatric Imaging
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Radiology Clerkships for Medical Students

During the Radiology Elective, students will learn the basics of diagnostic radiology by doing the following:

  • Observe and participate in film reading sessions with residents and faculty
  • Read the required texts
  • Attend faculty lectures
  • Review teaching files
  • Attend Department of Radiology Conferences
  • Prepare a concise case presentation at the end of the rotation

In addition, students will observe the patient during various types of contrast examinations.  Students learn the importance of interaction between the clinician and the radiologist to improve patient care and keep costs down. Students will discover how newer technologies in radiology may be used in conjunction with more traditional radiographic procedures.
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