Residency Positions Available

If you would like to submit a posting regarding a residency position, please contact the APDR office via e-mail at apdr@rsna.org or by phone at 630-368-3737. All posts will remain on this page for a period of 6 months unless we are notified otherwise. 


November 2021

Unexpected Independent Interventional Radiology (PGY6) position at Geisinger Medical Center to start July 1, 2022 

Geisinger Medical Center is seeking to fill an R5 (PGY6) year Independent Interventional Radiology residency position. Expected start date is July 1, 2022. Eligible candidates must be in good academic and professional standing. Applicant requirements include successful completion of an ACGME-accredited internship and four years of radiology residency by the start date. The successful resident will be filling one of the two positions for the 2022-2023 year. 

Geisinger Medical Center Independent Interventional Radiology Residency Program is a fully ACGME accredited one or two-year training program in Interventional Radiology in Danville, PA. Candidates who have completed the Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology Program (ESIR) during their diagnostic radiology residency will be required to complete one year of interventional radiology residency. Candidates without ESIR certification will be required to complete two years. The residency training program core faculty consists of six board certified IR attending physicians at the medical center in Danville, PA. Residents also have the opportunity to rotate at Geisinger Wyoming Valley in Wilkes Barre, PA, working with an additional four board certified IR attending physicians. Each independent IR resident graduating from Geisinger performs between 900 to 1300 procedures per year. 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter explaining their interest in this position, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation (one of which must be from their current residency program director), USMLE scores, medical school transcript, and in-training exam results by email to our program administrator, Melissa Rea, at marea@geisinger.edu.


September 2021

Unexpected R4 (PGY5) Diagnostic Radiology residency position at University of South Florida to start July 1, 2022

The University of South Florida is seeking to fill a R4 (PGY5)  year diagnostic radiology residency position. Expected start date is July 1, 2022. Eligible candidates must be in good academic and professional standing. Applicant requirements must include an ACGME-accredited internship and three years of radiology residency by the start date.
The University of South Florida’s Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is a fully ACGME accredited 4 year training program in diagnostic radiology in Tampa, Florida. The USF residency training program in diagnostic radiology consists of both academic and private practice groups which staff the various affiliated institutions. This arrangement affords resident training with subspecialized academic and private practice staff as well as staff who practice general diagnostic radiology in both hospital-based and outpatient imaging center scenarios.

Interested applicants should submit, (cover letter explaining your interest in this position and the reason for leaving your current residency program, Curriculum Vitae, Three Letters of Recommendation, USMLE Scores, Medical School Transcript, Dean's Letter and In-training exam results) by email to our program administrator, Bridget Micka, at bmicka@usf.edu.


September 2021

Open R2 Diagnostic Radiology Position at the University at Buffalo, NY

The University at Buffalo Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program has an unexpected opening for a Diagnostic Radiology position. We are seeking R2 candidates however, R1 applicants will be considered. The SUNY at Buffalo Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is a 4-year ACGME accredited program centered at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus with most rotations taking place at Buffalo General Medical Center, Oishei Children’s Hospital, Erie County Medical Center and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Medical Campus provides a diverse patient population with a large variety of pathology. Our program is known for our enthusiastic faculty and collegial environment. Trainees are prepared for careers in both academic and private practice.

Eligible candidates must have completed 1 year in an ACGME accredited preliminary program. R2 candidates must also have completed one year in an ACGME accredited Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program.

Interested applicants must submit:
  1. ERAS application or comparable CV
  2. Personal Statement
  3. Copy of Medical School Diploma
  4. USMLE transcript
  5. MSPE
  6. 3 LORs including from internship PD

These items can be emailed to the Training Program Administrator, Rachel Taylor at Rtaylor8@buffalo.edu.

To learn more about our program, please visit our website at https://medicine.buffalo.edu/departments/radiology/education/residency.html.


September 2021

Open R3 Diagnostic Radiology Resident Position at the University of California, Davis

Our increased resident complement has been approved and we are looking to backfill for an opening for an R3 position Diagnostic Radiology resident with a start date of July 1, 2022 (off-cycle will be considered).

The UC Davis Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is located in Sacramento and serves the healthcare needs of the Sacramento metropolitan area and is a referral center for patients throughout northern California, Oregon, and Nevada, along with providing level 1 trauma service to the community. Our program is an ACGME accredited 4-year training program with a total of 30 residents (including DR, DR/IR, and NM/DR) with option for ESIR pathway.  We provide daily teaching conferences, didactic lecture series, and participation in multiple interdisciplinary conferences. Distinguished faculty members provide education in all subspecialty areas in addition to a dedicated physics lecture series. There is a strong and established academic curriculum, which includes non-interpretative topics such as wellness, finance, and informatics. The education program incorporates a balanced clinical rotation schedule and a graduated call based on resident level experience. Finally, our graduates often go on to prestigious fellowships in the sub-specialty of their choice and are placed in desirable jobs both in academics and private practice, mostly staying and serving the northern California area.

Please visit our website: https://health.ucdavis.edu/radiology/education/residency/index.html

Eligible candidates must have completed a US ACGME-accredited internship and at least 2 years of Diagnostic Radiology training by start date. Candidates must be in good academic and professional standing and must be eligible for CA medical license. We do not have the opportunity to take H1 or J1 visas at this time.

California Licensure Requirements as of 1/1/2020*:

  • 36 months of ACGME training (ACGME-International Training is not applicable)
  • At least 24 consecutive months of ACGME training must occur:
  • in the same ACGME program
  • within the first 36 months of training
*If a candidate does not meet this criterion, they may not train in California beyond 36 total months under any circumstances
https://health.ucdavis.edu/gme/camb_licensing.html

Interested applicants should submit the following: CV, ERAS application (if applicable), and letters of recommendation, to Hanouvi Agbassekou, hagbassekou@ucdavis.edu; program director, Jennifer Chang, jenchang@ucdavis.edu, and associate program director Kriti Gwal, kgwal@ucdavis.edu.

June 2021

Call for Applications: Diversity Away Elective in Oncologic Imaging

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City is seeking a highly motivated 2nd-year radiology resident (PGY-3) from an underrepresented background in medicine and radiology to participate in a one-month, in-person away elective in the Department of Radiology, from May 2-27, 2022. To learn more, click here.


May 2021

Open DR Resident Position at Saint Louis University

Saint Louis University Radiology residency program has an unexpected opening for a Diagnostic Radiology resident with a start date of July 1, 2021 (off-cycle start dates will be considered). We will consider applicants for R2, R3 or R4 year positions. 

Our program is an ACGME accredited 4-year training program with a total of 28 residents (including DR and DR/IR). Residents train mainly at SLU Hospital, John Cochran Veterans Hospital, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. We offer the option to pursue ESIR pathway. The variety, volume, and complexity of cases at our program provide a robust educational experience which prepares our residents well for both academic and private practice careers. Please visit our website for further information about the program - https://www.slu.edu/medicine/radiology/diagnostic-radiology-residency/index.php

Eligible candidates must have completed ACGME-accredited internship and at least 1 year of Diagnostic Radiology training by start date. Candidates must be in good academic and professional standing and must be eligible for MO medical license. Alternate pathway candidates are also eligible. 

Interested applicants should submit their ERAS application or comparable application (including CV, personal statement, copy of medical school diploma, medical school transcript, USMLE transcripts, copy of internship completion diploma/certificate, and three letters of recommendation) by email to the program coordinator, Genevieve Desloge, at genevieve.desloge@health.slu.edu.


May 2021

Nuclear Medicine Residency/Fellowship Opening at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA 

Our Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine now accepting applications for July 2022 and July 2023.  We invite those individuals with MD or MD/PhD degrees who are completing clinical training in radiology and seeking a career in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging to apply to the JPNM, a well-established ACGME-approved residency program offered by the Division of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging in the Department of Radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Brigham and Women’s Hospital is internationally known as a leader in delivering highest quality health care and expanding the boundaries of medicine through cutting-edge research and technology and to educating the next generation of health care professionals.

The JPNM was established in 1971 and is fully integrated with other Harvard Medical School affiliated institutions - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston Children’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and VA Boston Healthcare System.  This collaboration uniquely provides exposure to a broad range of applications of molecular imaging while drawing on tremendous wealth and variety of staff and faculty expertise along with extensive basic and applied research resources across participating institutions. Entrenched in the traditions of BWH and HMS, the goal of the JPNM is to train the next generations of physicians to practice at the highest level as leaders and innovators in the field of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.  

Interested individuals should submit a complete application form along with their curriculum vitae to the Program Director. The application must include a personal statement of short and long term career goals and state how enrollment in the JPNM will help to achieve these goals. The application and detailed guidelines can be found on the hospital web site: http://www.brighamandwomens.org/Departments_and_Services/radiology/services/nuclearmedicine/JPNM/jpnm-application.aspx
 
The department and the hospital administration are firmly committed to equal opportunity and affirmative action employment as a strategy to assist the NIH in achieving its mission.