Applying to residency can be overwhelming. From thinking about a specialty to researching what city or state to live in—there’s a lot to consider when deciding which residency program is best. To make the process less stressful, the Radiology Student Interest Group (SIG) at Indiana University School of Medicine gathers the most useful resources to make the process less stressful for those considering a career in radiology. Additionally, the group offers advice in ensuring residency applications are the best they can be. From residency application panels, lectures and discussions to in-depth guides, Radiology SIG offers a unique experience for medical students and others who are about to leap into a residency.
Residency Application Process
Starting the Application
Learn more about the residency application process, including steps and specific selection criteria.
Led by residents, “White Coats for Black Lives” protest asserts that racism is a public health crisis
On the evening of June 3, an estimated 1,000 medical professionals and community members gathered on the greenway between Riley and Eskenazi hospitals to protest systemic racism.
Hannah Calkins | Jun 18, 2020
Radiology Residency Resources
Helpful forums and threads
Panels, lectures and talks
Residency application guides and planning for fourth year