Radiology Education and Training
We offer many educational opportunities, including intensive training for the next generation of specialized radiologists and physicians from around the world. Our rigorous and highly competitive fellowships and residency provide radiologists with advanced training and unique opportunities for innovation. Alumni of these programs serve in high-level positions with prestigious radiology departments worldwide.
The Department of Radiology offers subspecialized fellowship programs to train radiologists.
The Department of Radiology's residency program offers intensive training in all subspecialties and modalities of imaging.
The Interventional Radiology Residency Program is dedicated to training physicians in minimally invasive, image-guided techniques to diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system.
The Department of Radiology supports core and elective clerkship programs for medical school students offered through Harvard Medical School.
The Faculty Mentorship Program provides dedicated one-on-one mentoring, a mentorship network and opportunities for career development and promotion.
James Brink, MD
Our faculty members work tirelessly to make the resident experience among the best in the world. We take great pride in our alumni and their accomplishments.
Innovation in Education
The MESH Incubator is an in-house creation group and prototyping lab developed within the Department of Radiology. It is the first integrated innovation incubator of its kind in a medical training program.
The Department of Radiology offers continuing medical education courses that attract participants and industry sponsors from around the world.
First Radiology Residency
Mass General started the first radiology residency in the US in 1915.
Advances in Motion
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