Residency

The Radiology Department at Michigan Medicine offers two residency programs. Our Diagnostic Radiology program is a four-year residency (after an initial internship/preliminary year) that accepts eight residents per year, while our Interventional Radiology Integrated program is a six-year residency (including a surgical internship at Michigan Medicine) that accepts three residents per year.

Michigan Radiology serves Michigan Medicine, which is recognized as one of the world’s elite health care providers. The medical campus, located within the University of Michigan’s undergraduate campus, includes the following buildings:

  • University Hospital (a 794 bed tertiary and quaternary care hospital)

  • C.S. Mott Children's Hospital (348 bed women’s and children’s hospital)

  • Samuel and Jean Frankel Cardiovascular Center (48 bed hospital specializing in cardiac and vascular patients)

  • A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center (outpatient clinic hosting 120 subspecialty clinics)

  • Rogel Comprehensive Cancer Center (outpatient clinic hosting 77 oncology clinics).

Additionally, Michigan residents rotate at the Ann Arbor VA hospital, which is located down the street.

The clinical practice at Michigan is diverse, high-volume, and offers residents the perfect training environment. The radiology training program has a central role within the department, and residents receive training from world experts across all subspecialties in a congenial environment.

Welcome to Michigan Medicine! We invite you to explore our program and find out what makes Michigan great!