Radiology Interest Group In the Department of Radiology

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is Radiology?
How does one apply to the Radiology Residency program?
How can I learn about Stanford Radiology faculty?

What is Radiology?
Radiology is the medical specialty that uses various imaging technologies to diagnose and/or treat human disease. The field of radiology consists of diagnostic radiology and radiation oncology, which uses radiation therapy to treat disease and is now a separate medical field. Diagnostic radiology includes such subspecialties as interventional radiology, pediatric radiology, nuclear radiology, and neuroradiology.

How does one apply to the Radiology Residency program?
(1) General Match Information: Stanford Medical Education Residency Information
(2) Radiology Residency Application Guide Made by Matched Students (updated 2010):
          Residency Application Guide;
          AMSER Guide to Applying for Radiology Residency;
(3) Information about Matching to Stanford's Radiology Residency Program: Stanford Radiology Program

How can I learn about Stanford Radiology faculty?
You can search for faculty members at the Stanford Medical School Community Academic Profiles (CAP). You can also download this guide that organizes radiology faculty members by the categories of their research interests.

 

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