The Johns Hopkins Medicine Division of Nuclear Medicine has openings for the July 1, 2019, and 2020, academic year for an ACGME approved Nuclear Medicine, Molecular Imaging and PET/CT Residency and an ACGME equivalent PET/CT Fellowship position. All qualified candidates who are looking for a subspecialty training in nuclear medicine are welcome, and candidates that have completed an ACGME approved radiology residency program are preferred.
Our Nuclear medicine program is comprised of General Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Cardiology, and Nuclear Oncology – PET/CT and a dedicated Therapy and Theranostics programs, including Lutathera Therapy. Research is strongly encouraged by very active research faculty.
Our busy Nuclear medicine clinic receives strong support from physics and radiochemist groups, as well as from a dedicated dosimetry unit. There are an in-house cyclotron, three states of the art PET/CT units, and 7 SPECT/CT gamma cameras and a bone densitometry units.
If you are interested in the position, please contact the program coordinator, Jacqueline Cross at email@example.com for detailed information, and visit our website at www.hopkinsmedicine. org/radiology/education/residency/nuclear-medicine-residency-program/program-history.html