Educational Resources

  • Tuesday Radiology Resident Conference and Research Day
    ​​Tuesday is designated for lecture, tumor board and research. Faculty led lectures are scheduled each Tuesday from 7:00 or 8:00 am until noon each Tuesday.  Resident/Faculty led didactic lectures occur twice per month within the Tuesday morning schedule. The curriculum will covers all aspects of imaging and include lectures on the business of radiology, performing research, quality and safety, diversity and wellness.  Residents participate in Tumor Board from 12:30-1:30 pm. The remainder of Tuesday afternoon is protected research time.  Best case of the week sharing will be ongoing. 

  • Physics Onsite Didactic course 
    Ongoing physics education occurs as part of the Tuesday morning lectures. Education will be provided by dedicated physicist via Zoom lectures and online study material. Review course prior to the "Core Examination" will be optional.

  • Journal Club
    Journal Club meets the second Thursday of every month following the resident's dedicated research time. Topics and attending faculty will vary according to current topics, interests and planned research. 

  • Interdisciplinary Conferences
    Residents are encouraged and given time to attend interdisciplinary conferences. In addition to tumor board, Neurosurgery Grand Rounds, Neuroradiology Grand Rounds, Hospital Grand Rounds are routinely scheduled. Conference expansion into stroke case review, skull base tumor board and interdisciplinary chest conferences is planned. Residents are also encouraged to attend and in later years present educational lectures to our Internal Medicine and Family Medicine residents.

  • Electronic Support
    Residents receive an iPad to facilitate independent study as well as access to Rad Primer and e-anatomy on an ongoing basis. RSNA physics modules and additional electronic learning opportunities including courses in informatics are available based on resident year. 

  • National Society Memberships
    Residents have memberships in the American College of Radiology (ACR), Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS).

  • AIRP
    Residents receive the opportunity to attend the 4-week ACR Instittue for Radiologic Pathology AIRP course with tuition paid by the program.