Residency Programs

The Department of Radiology offers the following residency programs:

Diagnostic Radiology Residency

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.

Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency

The Integrated IR Residency is an advanced five year program that provides a full clinical and academic experience focused on Interventional Radiology. The PGY2-PGY4 years are identical to the PGY2-PGY4 years of a Diagnostic Radiology residency. The PGY5-PGY6 years are devoted to Interventional Radiology and include procedural rotations, an ICU rotation, and clinical care experience (in-patient care, consult service, and outpatient clinic). The program provides a well-rounded experience for complete clinical competence and prepares the resident for IR/DR certification. Opportunities exist for participation in a broad range of clinical and basic research activities.

Medical Physics Residency

The Medical Physics Residency Program in the Radiology Department is a clinical training program at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The training program is based on the Standards for Accreditation of Residency Educational Programs in Medical Physics as published by Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Program (CAMPEP), and follows the “Essentials and Guidelines for Clinical Medical Physics Residency Training Programs” as outlined in AAPM Report #249.  The program is designed to provide two years of progressive supervised clinical training. The goal of the residency program is to train medical physicists to be competent to practice independently in clinical diagnostic imaging physics.

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