The Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at the Oregon Health & Science University is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and meets all of the requirements of the American Board of Radiology. This four-year program is designed to offer an educational experience that encompasses all imaging techniques, including all aspects of X-ray, Ultrasound, MRI, CT, Nuclear Medicine, and Interventional Radiology. The program is designed to provide balance between supervised case interpretation, didactic lectures, research opportunity, and patient care.
Residents who complete this program choose careers in both private practice and academic radiology and may further specialize in diagnostic radiology. Historically, 75 - 80% of the graduates seek further subspecialization in a fellowship although this percentage is now increasing. Residents, although welcome to stay at OHSU for their fellowship, are encouraged to obtain fellowships at other institutions. Our residents obtain fellowships at other top-notch programs, most recently at UCSF, Johns Hopkins, Mallinckrodt Institute, University of Colorado, University of Utah, University of Washington, and Stanford. Others have remained at OHSU for fellowship or gone directly into private practice. The Department offers fellowships in body imaging, cardiothoracic, musculoskeletal Imaging, neuroradiology, nuclear medicine, pediatric radiology, women's imaging, research and interventional radiology.
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The Stanford Interventional Radiology Residency Program is a 5-year ACGME accredited program that integrates 3 years of diagnostic radiology (DR) with 2 final years of dedicated interventional radiology (IR) training. Candidates may enter the integrated IR-DR Residency directly from medical school following a 1-year surgical internship. After completing residency, graduates will qualify to obtain a dual IR-DR certificate from the American Board of Radiology.
The Stanford Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology is a tertiary and quaternary referral center that accepts complex cases from around the country and around the world, ensuring that our trainees are exposed to a broad and intriguing case mix. In addition to advanced specialty training at Stanford University Medical Center, the residency program integrates clinical training across multiple sites and disciplines including the Palo Alto VA Hospital, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, outpatient Interventional Radiology Clinics, multidisciplinary clinical electives and a dedicated Cardiovascular ICU rotation.
Stanford IR is renowned for its long history of outstanding patient care, world-renowned research, and an exceptional training experience. We offer a robust educational curriculum spanning the full spectrum of image-guided interventions and beyond, including cutting-edge protocols and treatments pioneered by Stanford Interventional Radiology. Our faculty are comprised of experts in the field dedicated to training the next generation of compassionate physicians, innovators and leaders in our specialty.
We are accepting applications to fill 3 residency positions annually through the NRMP Match. All application materials should be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), and the following documents are required:
- Personal statement
- Curriculum vitae
- Medical school transcript
- Dean's letter
- Three letters of recommendation
- USMLE Step I Scores
- Color photograph
The above materials should be received by the October deadline below except for the Dean's letter (MSPE) which is expected by early November. Further inquiries may be directed to our program coordinator:
Geri Anne Derendinger
Residency and Fellowship Coordinator, Interventional Radiology
Stanford Health Care
300 Pasteur Drive, H3630 • Stanford, CA 94305
O: 650.498.6022 F: 650.725.0533
Completion of an ACGME-approved preliminary surgical internship is required prior to pursuing the Stanford Interventional Radiology Residency Program. A surgical internship is offered by the Stanford Division of General Surgery, and more details may be found here: https://med.stanford.edu/gensurg/education/apply.html