Faculty members in the Department of Radiology contribute to the education of medical students and maintain a four-year residency program for diagnostic radiology.
Medical Student Education
The Larner College of Medicine requires successful completion of three levels of study before the Doctor of Medicine is awarded. The curriculum is continually updated based on innovation and evaluation by students and faculty members; however, the basic concept of developing outstanding practitioners remains constant. A one month radiology elective is offered to fourth year medical students in which the students will be able to use knowledge of anatomy and disease processes to better understand the nuances of imaging in the diagnosis and management of patient conditions. Students can chose to spend the month in one of our 10 subspecialty areas including interventional radiology. A research elective can also be arranged. During the month the student will spend the day at the clinical work station and will attend twice daily didactic and case based conferences. The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont also has a student driven Radiology interest group which meets four times per year.
Residents and Fellows
The Department directs postgraduate medical education for residents in radiology and offers two fellowships, one in neuroradiology and the other in vascular/interventional radiology. Visit Residency and Fellowship for more information.
Community Medical School
Designed to share the medical learning experience with our greater community, the Community Medical School is a series of weekly lectures held twice yearly. The topics are chosen for their relevance and presented by the Larner College of Medicine faculty experienced with presenting scientific information in an engaging, easy-to-understand manner. Visit Community Medical School to learn more.