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Residency Programs

The Residency Programs are designed to provide an optimal, state-of-the-art environment in which our residents learn the diversities of diagnostic and interventional radiology at our numerous imaging facilities. Resident education is guided by the most renowned faculty, who are dedicated to providing preceptorship in image interpretation, clinical problem solving, performance of procedures, teaching and consultation.

Our residents have exposure to a variety of research opportunities including the state-of art Magnetic Resonance Research Center, the Interventional Oncology Lab and the Yale PET Research Center, which includes a medical cyclotron, radiochemistry laboratories and animal imaging resources.

Our Programs

Yale offers 11-13 Diagnostic Radiology Residency Positions per year. The principal goals and objectives of the Diagnostic Radiology Program are to provide an optimal, advanced and diverse environment in which the residents learn diagnostic radiology, guided by high quality faculty who are dedicated to providing preceptorship in image interpretation, clinical problem solving, performance of procedures, teaching and consultation, and research endeavors. The faculty/resident ratio is 1.75:1. A flexible curriculum allows residents to tailor their training to meet their future career goals.

Yale Radiology offers 3 Integrated and 2 Independent Interventional Radiology (IR) Residency positions each year, leading to ID/DR dual certification. As a high volume Level 1 trauma center, HHT center of excellence and liver transplant center, trainees are exposed to the full spectrum of clinical IR encounters including, oncology, hepatobiliary disease, dialysis interventions, pulmonary interventions, trauma/hemorrhage embolizations, venous interventions, spine/pain, biopsies, prostate artery embolization, male/female genitourinary diseases, and venous/enteral access. Our trainees are prepared for any type of IR practice they choose.

Yale Diagnostic Medical Physics Training Program
The Yale Diagnostic Medical Physics Residency Program (YDMPR) in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging is a newly established program to start in January 2019. It is intended for candidates with an advanced degree in medical physics, physics, or a closely related field, who are interested in pursuing a career as a clinical diagnostic imaging Medical Physicist.