The Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine (JPNM) is a collaborative effort among a core of Harvard Medical School-affiliated teaching hospitals. The JPNM sponsors an accredited clinical residency training program in nuclear medicine with the goal of providing an opportunity for qualified physicians to gain the knowledge and experience needed to practice nuclear medicine at the highest level. The training program fosters the development of nuclear medicine and the careers of its trainees by providing an environment conducive to obtaining skills needed to assume leadership roles in academic and community hospitals. Exposure to a wide range of clinical cases, interaction with clinical staff and faculty with varied interests and areas of expertise, and the availability of consolidated basic and applied nuclear medical research opportunities provide a unique learning environment for the trainees. Residents receive broad and extensive clinical training that draws from the wide variety of resources available at the participating institutions. Residents also participate in a core didactic curriculum that includes basic science and clinical lectures by scientific and clinical faculty, as well as invited experts from outside of the JPNM.
Interested candidates should apply using the application materials on the JPNM website (www.jpnm.org). Applications will be accepted from candidates who have completed an ACGME-accredited residency programs in Internal Medicine or Diagnostic Radiology or equivalent. Applicants also must provide evidence of successful completion of USMLE parts I, II, and III. Applications should be submitted to:
Hyewon Hyun, MD, JPNM Program Director
Cathy Delaware, JPNM Training Program Coordinator
The JPNM also invites applications for Nuclear Medicine Residency positions beginning in July 2020.
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