*All programs pending availability due to COVID-19 pandemic
UCSD Free Clinic - Radiology Free Ultrasound Clinic
The Radiology department provides free ultrasound examinations during this medical student-run free clinic on the first Wednesday of every month. Medical students shadow and learn from our Radiology residents and ultrasound technologists and practice ultrasound scanning techniques while serving the community.
RISE (Residents In Solidarity with Emerging Leaders) Program
This 12-month diversity near-peer mentorship program connects underrepresented/allied residents from Radiology, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Med/Peds, and Anesthesia with UCSD Underrepresented in Medicine (URiM) medical students to empower and support them throughout their preclinical and clinical transition and beyond.
UCSD Radiology Physician and Peer Resident Clinical Mentoring Program
This is a formal mentorship program in the UCSD Diagnostic Radiology Residency program. Upon starting radiology residency, each resident is matched with a senior resident mentor (big sib-little sib program) who facilitates residents’ transition to UCSD, and a faculty mentor who provides support and guidance throughout residency training. Additionally, residents and faculty are each others’ informal mentors throughout one’s time at UCSD and beyond.
UCSD Radiology Medical Career Day
In conjunction with the Intersectional Health Project and Chicanx for Community Medicine and UCSD School of Medicine, the Radiology Department as well as other health professions, medical residents, medical students, and college students, helped high school students explore careers in health in online interactive workshops.
Residents have the opportunity to be involved with recruitment locally and nationally.
UCSD PRIME Health Equity
This UCSD School of Medicine program works with students to identify communities at risk for health disparities and train and equip students to improve health equity for the identified communities. Society of Interventional Radiology GEMS Program
UCSD Anti-Racism Coalition
The UCSD Anti-Racism Coalition was created in response to the high-profile lynchings of Black people across the country by U.S law enforcement. This coalition consists of health care professionals who are interested in naming and dismantling systems of racism to improve the health and well-being of all people.
The SIR GEMS program “provides medical students from diverse backgrounds with scholarships to fund visiting clerkship rotations in interventional radiology and attendance at the SIR Annual Scientific Meeting.”