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Resident Rotations


Rotations and Electives
Residents rotate through all subspecialty areas of radiology generally in four-week blocks. The first three years are structured to give exposure to all subspecialties prior to the core exam. 
NF = Night Float; MS = Mt. Sinai; SL = St. Luke's; RH = Roosevelt (West)

Electives include:
MSK
Body MRI
Neuro
US
Research
VIR
Chest/Cardiac 
Nuclear/PET
GI/GU
Breast
Head and Neck Radiology at NYEEI


All work in these areas is reviewed with an attending on a daily basis. In  neuroradiology, vascular special procedures and interventional radiology, the clinical evaluation of the patient and the performance of  the procedure are under the direct guidance of the attending radiologist.


Outside Rotations and Electives
Third year residents typically choose to attend the four-week course at the American Institute of Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) in Washington, D.C. (This course replaces the AFIP course last offered in 2010.) 

Experience in Pediatric Radiology is supplemented by spending one month in the R2 year and one month in the R3 year at the Mt. Sinai main campus

We have arranged an R4 elective in Head and Neck Radiology with Roy Holliday at the New York Eye and Ear Insitute (NYEEI) of Mount Sinai. Dr. Holliday is an internationally known Head and Neck radiologist. This is a great opportunity for those going on to neuroradiology fellowships to get more exposure to Head and Neck Radiology in the R4 year.

Residents have also arranged for elective time to work on specific research projects.