Lecture Content Series


Core Teaching Conferences

Structured content is provided from a subspecialty perspective where each section determines the core didactic topics to be covered over a two-year cycle with oversight by the Curriculum committee. Conferences are a mix of traditional lecture format, innovative new delivery systems, and interactive case seminars. This curriculum is continuously being evaluated to incorporate resident feedback, update the lectures within the series as well as incorporate emerging imaging technologies.

Introduction to Radiology Lecture Series

The 4-week didactic lecture series is geared towards PGY2 (R1) residents and takes place at the beginning of the academic year. This series of lectures introduces incoming residents to principles of image interpretation within each subspecialty of radiology.

Boot Camp Conference Series

This 10-week didactic lecture series prepares residents for independent call. Topics covered include a wide array of radiologic diagnoses encountered during call.

Senior Capstone Conference Series

This case-conferences series is geared towards PGY4 and PGY5 residents to refine their case presentation skills and consultation skills.

Radiology-Pathology Correlation Series

This is a resident-led conference that is co-presented with Department of Pathology residents. The aim of this conference is to discuss the imaging and pathologic findings of interesting diagnoses and discuss their clinical implications.

Multidisciplinary Teaching Conferences

These are subspecialty clinical weekly/bimonthly conferences that are led by radiology faculty, fellows and senior residents. All residents are encouraged to attend these conferences when they are rotating on their designated rotations.

Radiology Resident Medical Physics Course

A two-year resident curriculum provided by faculty in the Department of Medical Physics, which covers the fundamentals of medical physics.

Imaging Informatics Leadership Program

The Imaging Informatics Leadership Program (IILP) is a lecture series focused on imaging and clinical informatics topics that are open to residents and faculty interested in learning more about informatics topics. For individuals interested in diving deeper, there are opportunities to participate in ongoing or new informatics departmental projects.


Lecture series geared towards mid and senior level residents and fellows to prepare them for a successful career in radiology. Some of the topics include: applying for fellowship, interviewing skills, career paths, contract negotiation, and financial planning.