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The radiology residency program is a four-year program of radiology training for all residents, regardless of prior clinical experience. All residents accepted into the program must complete one year of postgraduate education in a clinical discipline. The first three years of training in radiology are devoted to a well-defined core curriculum, incorporating training in fundamental subspecialty areas. Our program emphasizes a solid foundation in clinical radiologic practice, anchored in an active clinical experience.

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There are seven regularly scheduled, hour-long, radiology subspecialty teaching conferences each week. The majority of these conferences are presented by attending radiologists. The format for most conferences is presentation of unknown cases that are discussed by residents under the guidance of the attending radiologist. Conferences are of the highest quality and provide excellent preparation for the oral examination of the American Board of Radiology. Many of our staff radiologists are examiners for the exam.

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