Residency Programs

The Residency Programs in Diagnostic Radiology are designed to provide an optimal, state-of-the-art environment in which our residents learn the diversities of diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital. Resident education is guided by the most renowned faculty, who are dedicated to providing preceptorship in image interpretation, clinical problem solving, performance of procedures, teaching and consultation.

Our residents have exposure to a variety of research endeavors and with the opening of the new Yale PET Center, our program can now focus on new imaging modalities for scientific research.

Our Programs

The principal goals and objectives of the Yale-New Haven Medical Center Residency Program are to provide an optimal, advanced and diverse environment in which the residents learn diagnostic radiology, guided by high quality faculty who are dedicated to providing preceptorship in image interpretation, clinical problem solving, performance of procedures, teaching and consultation, and research endeavors. The faculty/resident ratio is 1.75:1.

Nuclear Medicine Residency Program
The principle goals and objectives of Yale New Haven Hospital's Residency Program are to provide an optimal state of the art and diverse environment in which the residents learn nuclear medicine, guided by high quality faculty who are dedicated to providing preceptorship in image interpretation, clinical problem solving, radioiodine and radioimmunotherapy procedures, teaching and consultation, and research endeavors.