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Curriculum

The New York Medical College Radiology residency has revamped its curriculum to reflect the recent changes to the American Board of Radiology (ABR) accreditation process. The curriculum is comprised by 36 months of core subspecialty rotations during the first three years prior to the CORE examination, which is administered by the ABR at the end of the third year of radiology training. The core subspecialties through which the residents rotate during their first three years are: pediatric radiology, body CT, body MRI, musculoskeletal, chest, neuroradiology, mammography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and interventional radiology. During the fourth year, residents have elective time and the flexibility to rotate through any available subspecialty. Residents thus benefit from consistent one-on-one interaction with subspecialty-trained attendings.‌‌

 

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