Radiology Residency

Hands-on, state-of-the-art training

About Our Radiology Residency

Build the confidence and exceptional decision-making skills that’ll make you a leader in the field of radiology through the Radiology Residency program at Mount Auburn Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.

You’ll get hands-on experience as you work alongside subspecialty-trained physicians, enjoy the ability to customize your learning to suit your career goals and enrich your clinical training with scholarly experiences.

Our program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Learn more about the Radiology Residency Program at Mount Auburn Hospital.

Research & Academia

Get support and dedicated time to develop, conduct and share a research project of your choosing. You’re encouraged to submit your findings for publication or presentation at national meetings. You’ll also participate in a quality improvement project during your residency.

Learn From The Best

At Mount Auburn Hospital, you’ll work directly with attending radiologists—all of whom have teaching appointments at Harvard Medical School and a strong commitment to educating the next generation of physicians and health care leaders. They’ll act as mentors, guide you through rotations and support your research.

Learn more about our leadership and faculty and hear from our program director.

Evaluations & Assessments

At the end of each rotation, your attending radiologist will complete an evaluation form assessing the competencies defined by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). You’ll meet with Donald Romanelli, MD, the program director, twice a year to review and discuss your progress.

Compensation & Benefits

Your compensation package at Mount Auburn Hospital includes a competitive salary and benefits, as well as access to many opportunities at Harvard Medical School. Explore our benefits packages.

Enjoy Life in Boston

Discover what it’s like tolive in Cambridge. You’ll love our location in Cambridge, Massachusetts, just across the Charles River from Boston proper.

Your Residency Timeline

Throughout your four-year diagnostic radiology program, you’ll participate in rotations and conferences. As you progress through the program, you’ll take on more responsibility and enjoy the opportunity to focus your residency experience by choosing electives that fit your interests and long-term career goals.

Year One

You’ll be expected to:

  • Read extensively
  • Master anatomy
  • Understand department imaging protocols
  • Interpret patient examinations
  • Participate in discussions concerning diagnostic problems
  • Participate in Journal Club and prepare case discussion for the Radiology Pathology conference
Year Two & Three

You'll take on greater responsibility as you:

  • Interpret images
  • Conduct radiological consultations
  • Perform procedures
  • Rotate through Boston Children's Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital and the AIRP
  • Teach medical students, rotating medical residents colleagues and staff
Year Four

You'll assume more autonomy as you have the opportunity to:

  • Select and complete a mini-fellowship in the subspecialty of your choice.
  • Choose elective subspecialty rotations at local institutions such as the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.

Get Started

Find deadlines and application requirements for the radiology residency program at Mount Auburn Hospital.