COVID-19 Updates

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Residency Programs

The UC San Diego Department of Radiology offers three renowned residency programs that prepare trainees for success in academia or private practice. These include a Four-Year Diagnostic Radiology Residency, a Five-Year Clinician-Scientist Radiology Residency (T32 grant), and an Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency

The UC San Diego Department of Radiology comprises a large nationally and internationally recognized faculty who subspecialize in all fields of clinical radiology and radiologic research.  Residents learn from world-renowned educators and perform innovative research in multiple areas, all in a supportive and friendly environment.

Get to Know Our Program!

We hope that you were able to attend some of our meet and greets in September to get to know our program a little better! Feel free to email us or follow the residency program social media pages on Twitter and Instagram to ask any questions!  Good luck to those of you who are applying, and we look forward to meeting some of you again in the near future!

Additionally, the UC San Diego office of Graduate Medical Education and EDI committee will be hosting a Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) virtual open house for students and residents applying to UCSD training programs.  The next open house will be Wednesday October 27th, 5-6p (Pacific Time).

When: October 27, 2021 5-6 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) 
Topic: JEDI Open House 
Click the link to register for the webinar. 

UC San Diego Radiology Residency 
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Note To Prospective Applicants About USCD's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate:
UC San Diego and San Diego County Health policies mandate that all healthcare workers be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations or have an exemption for medical or religious reasons (subject to review and approval).  In addition, UCSD's major affiliates have similar expectations.  Those health care workers who are out of compliance may not participate in direct patient care.