Radiology Applicant Working Group Helps Future Residents in the Virtual Match Era

By Kamyar Ghabili, MD   COVID-19’s effects on the radiology residency match were numerous and widespread. Beginning in March 2020, administrative bodies, including the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), Association of Program Directors in Radiology (APDR), and the Association of Program Directors in Interventional Radiology (APDIR), released changes to the standard residency application process….
Recent medical school graduates will take the next step in their careers when they start their residencies in July. Here are first-person stories from three future diagnostic radiology residents. Gilbert Aquino, MD Matched to SUNY Upstate Medical University (Diagnostic Radiology) I went to medical school in my native country, the Dominican Republic. I remember as…
By Melvin Mui Radiology is a field to which not many medical students get exposed. We often have the opportunity to look at our own patients’ images while on the floors or in clinic; however, it is rare to have direct experience in the reading room. This field of medicine is often unseen by medical…
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