Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

Residency Program

Andrei Iagaru, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Residency Program Director

The Stanford Department of Radiology (http://radiology.stanford.edu) is training the next generation of world-wide leaders in academic and clinical Nuclear Medicine. If you desire the challenge of a lifetime, which combines the best residency/fellowship training in basic nuclear instrumentation technology, molecular imaging, and clinical nuclear medicine, then the Stanford program is right for you. The Stanford Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Clinic (a division of the Radiology Department) combines very unique features in order to offer you a solid training program in Nuclear Medicine. We offer a clinical program centered at the Stanford University with a Nuclear Medicine satellite that includes the VA Hospital. Training in conventional Nuclear Medicine and PET/CT are provided. A strong basic science program in molecular imaging (MIPS) is also a unique feature of the program. Applicants desiring an academic career in Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging are especially encouraged to apply. The ACGME approved residency program is 3 years and there are a total of 3 positions.

Prerequisites for entering this program include a valid California Medical License and one year of training in an ACGME accredited program in a clinical area, such as a transitional year in internal medicine, family practice, surgery, pediatrics, etc. prior to commencing the Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging residency.

To determine if you are qualified for a California medical license, please go to this link.



Application Procedure

If you wish to apply for a residency position, you must complete and submit the following:

Application materials must be sent via email as PDF or JPEG files to residency/fellowship program coordinator:

Sofia Gonzales
Tel: (650) 724-9139
Fax: (650) 721-6619
E-mail:


Interviews

After reviewing this material, interviews at Stanford will be arranged for selected individuals. We thank you for your interest in our program and look forward to meeting you.



Residency Positions

We are no longer accepting applications for academic year 2012-2013, but welcome your application for 2013.


Current Residents


Former Residents

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