The University of Rochester Radiology residency programs are filled only through the NRMP.
Successful completion of USMLE Step 1 examination is required. Applications are reviewed in their entirety with no set minimum score requirement. The national average for accepted radiology residents is 238 on the USMLE Step 1 exam.
All applications are reviewed with consideration given to USMLE scores, class rank, AOA status, letters of recommendation, clinical and basic science grades, research and extracurricular activities, and personal statements.
We have seen a surge in applications over the past five years. About 80 interview invitations are offered to the approximately 450 applicants.
Number of Residency Positions
9 positions are available for 2014.
Couples Match applicants are welcomed.
Allopathic and Osteopathic Candidates
D.O. candidates are welcome to apply.
University policy only accepts applicants with an ECFMG sponsored J-1 visa for residency programs.
Previously trained radiologists are encouraged to apply to one of our fellowship programs rather than residency training.
How many rotations are off site?
- The vast majority of residency training occurs at the University of Rochester Medical Center which houses the Department of Imaging Sciences.
- Residents spend three rotations at the Imaging Sciences Breast Care Center. Residents spend a total of three weeks over the course of four years at our PET/CT Center as part of their Nuclear Medicine training.
- Additionally, residents spend a two weeks of each musculoskeletal rotation at our outpatient facilities which serves a busy Orthopedic clinic.
- All of the facilities are within a 10 minute drive from URMC, and residents therefore return for mid-day teaching conferences.
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