All subspecialty areas of diagnostic radiology are covered. As a resident, you will participate in radiologic examinations, interpretations, and interventional procedures while on rotations in every subspecialty.
|Genitourinary radiology||6 weeks|
|Nuclear medicine||16 weeks|
|Body computed tomography (CT) intervention||6 weeks|
|Hospital CT||8 weeks|
|Body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)||4 weeks|
|Vascular and interventional||12 weeks|
|Cardiac radiology||6 weeks|
|Chest radiology||12 weeks|
|Night call||4 weeks|
|Phoenix Children's Hospital (elective)||4 weeks|
|American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) elective||4 weeks|
Your call schedule is different for each rotation. Mayo Clinic follows the recommendations of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Clinical conferences, formal courses, seminars, small discussion groups, journal clubs, and one-on-one instruction are all an integral part of the residency.
You are required to present a research seminar project during the second year of your residency. Two additional options are available to those seeking a more in-depth research experience:
- One-year research elective
- Clinician-Investigator Training Program
You have the opportunity to teach Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine students and visiting students from other medical schools through daily clinical work and formal didactic lectures.
To ensure that you acquire adequate knowledge and develop the appropriate technical skills to meet program expectations, your performance is monitored carefully during the Diagnostic Radiology Residency. You are formally evaluated by supervising faculty members after each clinical rotation. In addition, you regularly evaluate the faculty to confirm that your educational needs are being met.