Diagnostic Imaging Residency
The Diagnostic Imaging residency program is full-time and 3 calendar years in length. Concurrent enrollment in National University’s Master of Science (MS) degree program Diagnostic Imaging is an integral and mandatory part of the residency. The cost of the master’s program is waived for the resident.
We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2023. We accept one Diagnostic Imaging resident per year with the program commencing on or around September 1st of each year.
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Application deadline is March 17, 2023
Applications (except for the application fee) can also be accepted electronically to [email protected]
The on-campus interviews take place later in May. There will be a Diagnostic Imaging entrance examination on the same day as the interviews. We like to notify the selected applicant early June to give them 3 months notice prior to beginning the program.
Core topics for the Diagnostic Imaging Residency include:
- Chest and Intrathoracic Pathology and Disorders (Cardiovascular, Pulmonary)
- Gastrointestinal Pathology and Disorders
- Genitourinary Pathology and Disorders
- Musculoskeletal Pathology and Disorders (Arthritis, Blood-Vascular, Congenital/Dysplasias, Infection, Internal Derangement, Metabolic and Endocrine, Nutritional, Trauma, Tumors)
- Medical Physics
- Medical Ethics
The resident is compensated with stipends for each year in the amounts of $30,000 for year 1; $32,500 for year 2; and $35,000 for year 3. Health insurance is provided along with 2 weeks (10 days) of paid time off each year. In addition, all National University postgraduate programs are complimentary.
If you have any questions or would like more information, contact:
Sandra Rogers, PhD
Dean, College of Professional Studies
William Bogar, DC, DACBR
Diagnostic Imaging Residency Coordinator