Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program

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The Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is committed to the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions continued mission of setting the world standard in patient care, medical education and research. Upon joining our radiology residency program, you become part of not only a premiere radiology department, but also the broader national and international Johns Hopkins Medicine family. We aim to train the radiology leaders of tomorrow across the spectrum of clinical and academic practice.


Program Highlights

Our mission is to provide the finest radiology residency training in a supportive, collegial atmosphere.

Our program benefits from the clinical and research resources of a medical center consistently ranked as one of the best hospitals and as one of the top medical school recipients in the country of NIH grants.

Johns Hopkins is a resident-focused clinical training program, where residents are actively involved in the program organization, from making their own schedule to having an equal vote in the resident selection process.

Educational Opportunities & Benefits

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Department of Radiology echoes the mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine and University, striving to provide a safe and supportive environment for trainees of all backgrounds and identifications. We aim to recruit, empower, promote, retain, and engage all trainees as they develop the foundation of their careers as future leaders in medicine, especially those from groups historically underrepresented in medicine (URiM). Through embracing diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives we aim to propel excellence in education, research, and patient care. Our initiatives within the Radiology Department align with the broader Johns Hopkins Medicine and University DEI structure.

Residency Initiatives

  • Dedicated DEI Lecture Series
  • Visiting Clerkship for URiM Medical Students
  • Women in Radiology Group - inclusive of residents, fellows, and attendings
  • Attendance to National Conferences supporting URiM (LMSA, SNMA, AAMC)
  • Resident Wellness Committee

Additional Opportunities Within the Institution

  • Department of Radiology DEI Committee (Contact: Dr. Shivani Ahlawat)
  • House Staff Diversity Council: Division of the House Staff Council that aims to promote diversity and inclusion within the Johns Hopkins system through fostering a sense of community for those who are URiM while also creating an inclusive culture within the Johns Hopkins system and providing opportunities to serve the City of Baltimore.
  • Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Visiting Elective for URiM Students

The Diagnostic Radiology residency program is excited to announce an elective opportunity developed by the department's Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion committee. The program aims to encourage medical students from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds to experience the field of diagnostic radiology. This opportunity consists of a 4-week elective offered through the School of Medicine and provides students an opportunity to learn more about our program – from exposure to various subspecialty services, conferences, and the opportunity to meet and work with our faculty and residents.

We provide the financial support to cover expenses for travel, housing (provided by the program), and parking.

Who is eligible to apply?

  • Current medical students who identify as underrepresented minorities and persons of disadvantaged backgrounds, including (but not limited to) races/ethnicities underrepresented in medicine, individuals who identify as LGBTQI+, persons with disabilities, religious minorities, women, and those from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds
  • Applicants must have completed their preclinical coursework.

When will the elective take place?

July 15-August 9, 2024

How to apply?

  1. Complete an application on VISMED. Applicants will be applying to a 'Clinical Elective'.
  2. Send the following to the committee email address [email protected] with a subject line of 'ATTN: Visiting Elective - Application 2024'
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of Recommendation - One letter of recommendation is requested; however, this letter does not need to be from a radiologist.
  • Letter of Interest/Personal Statement - Please do not exceed 1 page.

For any questions regarding the elective opportunity, please email [email protected].


Contact Us

For more information or any questions about the diagnostic residency or application process, please contact:

Daniel Grupp, B.S.B.A.
Medical Training Program Administrator
Division of Diagnostic Radiology
Email: [email protected]
Office: (410) 505-6785
Fax: (410) 367-2652

Additional information

Residency fellowship verification requests

Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
601 N. Caroline St., Room 4223
Baltimore, MD 21287-0801