The UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging trains outstanding physicians to become the leaders of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging in the 21st century. This is three year ACGME approved program following the intern year. Led by Dr. Miguel Pampaloni, the program trains residents to become experts in interpreting nuclear medicine imaging studies, and the therapeutic application of radioisotopes, while at the same time gaining a wide exposure to future directions in molecular imaging, biomedical physics, and cross-sectional imaging.
As of May 2013, residency training length is as follows:
Upon completion of internship, nuclear medicine residency training is three additional years.
Upon completion of residency in another specialty, nuclear medicine residency training is two additional years.
Upon completion of a diagnostic radiology residency, then a nuclear medicine fellowship is one additional year.
We welcome you to browse around this website and learn more about our program and what makes UCSF such an amazing place to train in nuclear medicine. If you have any questions that are not answered on this website, feel to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.