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Overview

We currently have 2 approved positions in our Interventional Radiology Independent program.  We strive to compose a diverse class of trainees that have unique talents and perspectives to enrich our program.  We encourage qualified applicants from all regions of the country with a variety of backgrounds to apply. University of Utah is a wonderful place to train!

We participate in the National Resident Matching Program ® (NRMP ®) and only accept applications and supporting documents via the Electronic Resident Application Service ®  (ERAS ®). Applications must be completed in full prior to your interview. Please see our eligibility requirements. The preferred application deadline for our program is December 15th. Applications submitted after this date may be considered, but interview invitations will be subject to availability.

To process your application, we require the materials listed below:

  • Common ERAS ® application form
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Personal statement
  • Medical school transcript
  • Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)
  • All United States Medical Licensing Examination®  (USMLE ®) Scores*
  • Three letters of recommendation
    • If candidate is in or has completed the qualifying year, one letter must be from your current program director

* COMLEX scores may be substituted for USMLE ® scores.

 Interviews are offered based on review of applications by the selection committee. Residents are selected on the basis of in-depth application review and the results of personal interviews with our resident selection committee.

If you have been selected to interview with our program, you will receive an email invitation. Please see the Interview Day page for further details. 

Eligibility

Prior to appointment in the independent program, residents must complete a diagnostic radiology program that satisfies the following requirements:

  • All prerequisite post-graduate clinical education required for initial entry or transfer into ACGME-accredited residency programs must be completed in ACGME-accredited residency programs, AOA-approved residency programs, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC)-accredited or College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC)-accredited residency programs located in Canada, or in residency programs with ACGME International (ACGME-I) Advanced Specialty Accreditation.
  • All entering residents must be eligible to take the ABR Core Examination or the AOBR Diagnostic Radiology Combined Physics and Diagnostic Imaging Written Exam.
  • To be eligible for appointment in the second year of education in an independent program, residents must have completed an Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) curriculum in a diagnostic radiology program that has prior approval from the Review Committee for ESIR
  • Residents must have completed 11 interventional radiology or interventional radiology-related rotations, one ICU rotation, and at least 500 image-guided procedures within the domain of interventional radiology during their diagnostic radiology residency (a rotation is defined as an experience of at least four weeks in duration).

 

International Students

International Medical Graduates

  1. Must be ECFMG certified before training begins on July 1.
  2. Must have a clinical J-1 visa before training begins on July 1.
  3. Must have a complete ERAS application.

We encourage outstanding applicants to apply as we value diversity in our program.

Due to the large number of applications, the following traits are essential to be considered for an interview:

  1. Strong performance in medical school
  2. Strong scores on the USMLE exams
  3. Outstanding letters of recommendation
  4. Active involvement in academic research

NRMP Codes

NRMP ® Code

Program Name

Notes

1732415F0

 

Interventional Radiology – Independent

1-2 year program depending on previous exposure to Interventional Radiology

1732420A0

 

Diagnostic Radiology

4 year program

1732420C0

Diagnostic Radiology

5 year program. Preliminary Internal Medicine year is included in the 4-year University of Utah Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program. Therefore, interviewing with and ranking the Internal Medicine prelim track separately is not necessary.

Interviews

If you are selected to interview with our program, you will receive an email invitation through ERAS. We offer either AM (7:45am MST – 11:00am MST) or PM (10:30am MST – 1:45pm) Interview spots.

Sample Regular Interview Day Schedule:

7:45am/10:30am   Program Director Program Overview and Welcome

8:00am/10:45am   Faculty Interviews 

10:00am/12:45pm   Fellow Social

11:00am/1:45pm   Interview Day Conclusion

 

Post-Interview Communication

The interview day is designed to provide you with a clear picture of our training program and includes multiple opportunities to ask questions of our residents, program leadership, and faculty. In the spirit of the fairness to all applicants, post-interview communications or second look visits will not impact an applicant’s ranking. On interview day, applicants will be provided contact information for program representatives for questions that arise after the interview. 

Thank You Notes

Thank you notes are not necessary, will have no bearing on ranking, and such communications will not routinely receive a reply.

Second Look Visits

We understand at the interview season can be an expensive for applicants, in terms of both time and money. Second look visits are neither required nor encouraged. 

This policy is in alignment with the NRMP® rules and Match Communication Code of Conduct.

Verifications

We use the standardized “Verification of Graduate Medical Education Training” (VGMET) form released in 2018 by the ACGME, AHA, NAMSS, and OPDA. If you have a customized form, require program director signature and/or our institutional seal please select the appropriate option and email us the form.

A charge of $25.00 - $55.00 will be assessed for each comprehensive letter of verification, payable via credit card using our on-line payment portal (or by check, if submitting the request by US mail). This charge is in place to offset the fees we commonly incur while credentialing our own incoming residents and fellows. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Once the request has been submitted via the link below, please e-mail a completed Authorization for Release of Information form to RadiologyResidency@utah.edu   

When we have received the payment and trainee authorization, you will receive the completed verification of training form via e-mail. If you have further questions, please call 801-581-2868.

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