Brady Huang, MD
Diagnostic Radiology Residency Selection Committee Chair and Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology
Residency Program Administrator
200 W Arbor Dr, 8756
San Diego, CA 92103
Education Unit Administrative Assistant
Eligibility and Application Process
Applicants must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and participate in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Applicants must be in their fourth year of medical school or a graduate of an American or Canadian medical school. In addition, the applicant must either be eligible for licensure or hold a valid medical license in the State of California. International Medical Graduates will be considered on an individual basis. UCSD accepts ECFMG-sponsored J-1 visas. Please note that H-1B visas are not available to trainees at our institution.
This residency program
requires an ACGME-approved non-radiology clinical internship prior to beginning radiology training. The application process for an internship is entirely separate from this radiology residency application process. Your internship does not need to be at UC San Diego Medical Center. Most of our residents complete a Preliminary Medicine, Preliminary Surgery, or Transitional Year Internship.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 6, 2020
Our Selection Committee will review all applications, including the Medical Student Performance Evaluation Letters (MSPE or Dean's Letter) in early November. If selected, you will be contacted to schedule a personal interview. Please do not anticipate any correspondence from our Selection Committee concerning interviews until the end of November. We receive over 650 applications each year and interview approximately 80 applicants annually. All interviews are scheduled during the months of December and January.
contact us with questions about our residency and your application!
DR Residency Tracks
Diagnostic Radiology: Four-year clinical diagnostic radiology training program available through NRMP match for all applicants who are eligible for licensure in the state of California.
Diagnostic Radiology - IMG: Four-year clinical diagnostic radiology training program available through NRMP match only for nationals of Saudi Arabia through partnership between UCSD and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Diagnostic Radiology - T32 Research: Five-year Clinician-Scientist Radiology Residency (NIH T32 grant) available through NRMP match for all applicants who are eligible for licensure in the state of California and have had at least one year of substantive research experience. The first year of this program is designated for research.
Admission to the above tracks is through the NRMP match, with separate match codes for each.
In addition, one resident per class may select during the R2 year to pursue the
Diagnostic Radiology- Nuclear Medicine Pathway (not available through NRMP match).