The Nuclear Medicine clinic of the Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, is currently recruiting residents and fellows for its clinical programs.
The clinic features a busy outpatient theranostics program targeting PSMA and SSRs and extensive experience in 68Ga-PSMA and DOTATATE imaging. We are also involved in broad translational research activities utilizing state of the art preclinical imaging and basic biology facilities, multiple state of the art PET/CT and SPECT/CT systems, and a leading brain imaging research program.
We are accepting applications for:
Three-year program for Nuclear Medicine ABNM eligibility/certification. Completion of prior one-year clinical internship is required before the start of the program.
One-year program for those who are ABR board eligible/board certified after completion of Radiology residency training.
Two-year program for ABNM eligibility for ABIM eligible/board certified candidates who have completed Internal Medicine residency.
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