For students interested in interventional radiology, Johns Hopkins has received ACGME approval for an IR integrated residency and has implemeneted the Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) training in Diagnostic Radiology.
The program is committed to providing residents with every possible means of training in IR/DR for those who decide to pursue interventional radiology after the first year, as well as the flexibility to select a different pathway if they discover that they prefer a diagnostic radiology subspecialty or molecular imaging.
Interventional radiology training includes exposure to a wide breadth and high volume of life-saving interventional vascular and oncologic procedures, as well as cutting-edge interventional treatments performed only at select highly experienced medical centers.
Residents learn how to image complicated vascular pathology using state-of-the-art scanners and protocols, critical to guiding interventional management. Johns Hopkins residents typically interpret more than 500 CT and MR angiography examinations by the end of their four years in diagnostic training and will perform at least 1,000 procedures over the course of the 2 year IR residency.
We accept applications through ERAS starting September 5th. Interviews will take place through November and into the first weekend of December. Match day will be held on March 20th.