Upcoming Position Details
We will be accepting applications for one Nuclear Medicine resident for the upcoming application cycle
The Nuclear Medicine Residency program accepts applications for the following:
- Three-year residency program: Graduate from an approved medical school preceded by at least one clinical year in an ACGME-approved program.
- Two-year residency program: May be completed if preceded by completion of training (board eligible) in an ACGME-approved clinical program.
- One-year residency program: May be completed if preceded by completion of training (board eligible) in an ACGME-approved radiology program.
Foreign Medical Graduates Admission Criteria
The Department of Radiology adheres to the UW Health Graduate Medical Education eligibility criteria for foreign medical graduates. Applicants who are not US citizens must acquire or currently hold one of the following to begin training at UW Health in an ACGME accredited residency or fellowship program.
- Lawful Permanent Resident (“Green Card”)
- Initial or continuation of a J-1 visa which is sponsored by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for the sole purpose of Graduate Medical Education training (you do not need to be fully ECFMG certified by application submission)
- Employment Authorization Document (EAD)
For additional information, please review the GME eligibility for non-US citizens document and visit the GME credentialing and conditions of employment page.
Application materials should be submitted through ERAS at http://www.aamc.org/eras by the 4th Tuesday of September. Applications will be considered complete when we have electronically received the following items (via ERAS):
- Completed ERAS application, including a brief (one page or less) personal statement indicating your goals and reasons for selecting a radiology residency (please indicate your level of interest in our program)
- Three (3) letters of recommendation
- Medical school transcripts
- USMLE Step 1 or COMLEX-USA Level 1 pass rate
- Medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE – Dean’s letter)
Nuclear Medicine interviews will occur virtually in early October. During the interview candidates will meet with faculty and residents.
Our program does not participate in the NRMP Match. Offers will be made following interviews.