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Attention Applicants to the 2022 Residencies!

Since the ACVR meeting is virtual this year, some programs have ZOOM meetings that allow you to virtually- “Meet the Residency Director”  Below is a list of programs providing this opportunity.  Additional updates of residency programs are also detailed.  This list will be updated throughout the week of the ACVR Conference, so check back often:


UC DAVIS

UC Davis’ Meet The Residency Director (and residents!) event will be on Thurs Oct 21 via zoom. Details attached.

UC Davis Radiology Residencies – Meet and Greet The Team

UC Davis has 3 open residency positions to start August 1st 2022, 2 standard ACVR Residencies (including one Antech funded position) and one Equine Diagnostic Imaging Residency. These are 4-year residency programs.
Applications are outside of the VIRMP, and are due November 5th 2021. Please see information on our website:

If you want to hear more about it and meet part of the team, join us for a Zoom session on Thursday October 21st from 5:30pm to 7 pm PST.

Here is the Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 916 8562 3612
Passcode: 381368

We will be starting new sessions every 20 minutes to keep it small group discussions:
Join at any of the following times:
5:30 pm PST
5:50 pm PST
6:10 pm PST
6:30 pm PST
6:50 pm PST

If questions, e-mail Dr Spriet at [email protected]


THE OHO STATE UNIVERSITY

Join us to meet the program

October 28, 2021, Thursday 3:00 PM EST

  • 3-year program
  • Optional Master’s
  • High Caseload
  • Telerad training
  • Zoo/exotic exposure
  • 7-9 residents
  • 6 faculty
  • 3T MRI
  • 128-slice CT
  • DR, US, NM, fluoro, and PET
  • Positive Training atmosphere

 

Residency Program forms can be found here.

Note: These forms work best with Chrome or Firefox.

Veterinary radiology encompasses a variety of diagnostic imaging techniques, including the following five core areas: all aspects of Roentgen diagnosis; diagnostic ultrasound; computed tomography (CT); magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); and diagnostic nuclear medicine. A standard program which meets all requirements in the Radiology Residency Program Essentials is a minimum of 3 years of postdoctoral medical education in veterinary radiology. ACVR does not guarantee that successful completion of an ACVR approved residency training program will lead to passage of the ACVR Radiology (Written & Oral) Board Certification Examination and/or achievement of ACVR Diplomate status.

Search for available radiology residency positions at the VIRMP under ‘Residency – Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology‘ or view advertisements in the AVMA Journal.

The standard Radiology Residency training programs listed below have been determined to meet all training requirements established by the ACVR.

  • Director: Dr. Linda Lang
  • Program: 3 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/24
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/24
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  • Director: Dr. David Biller
  • Program: 3 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/24
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/24
  • Program Description
  • Director: Dr. Nathalie Rademacher
  • Program: 3 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/23
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/23
  • Program Description
  • Director: Dr. Matthew Baron
  • Program: 3 years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/23
  • Reapplication Due: 12/31/23
  • Program Description
  • Director: Dr. Adam Watson
  • Program: 3 years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/23
  • Reapplication Due: 12/31/23
  • Program Description
  • Director: Stacy D. Cooley
  • Program: 4 years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/23
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/23
  • Program Description
  • Director: Dr. Hock Gan Heng
  • Program: 4 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/24
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/24
  • Program Description
  • Director: Dr. Mauricio Solano
  • Program: 3 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/24
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/24
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  • Director: Dr. Federico Vilaplana Grosso
  • Program: 3 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/23
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/23
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  • Director: Dr. Alex zur Linden
  • Program: 4 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/22
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/22
  • Program Description
  • Director: Dr. Jimmy Lattimer
  • Program: 4 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/22
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/22
  • Program Description
  • Director: Dr. Wilfried Mai
  • Program: 4 Years (starting in 2018)
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/24
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/24
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  • Director: Dr. Sally Sukut
  • Program: 4 Years
  • Approved granted through: 12/31/23
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/23
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  • Director: Kenneth R. Waller III
  • Program: 3 Years
  • Approval granted through: 12/31/23
  • Reapplication Due: 1/31/23
  • Program Description

Alternative Radiology Residency Programs

Individuals not completing an ACVR Standard Radiology Residency Training Program may qualify to take the Radiology Board Certification Examination by completing an equivalent Alternative Radiology Residency Training Program sponsored by an ACVR Diplomate. The Alternative Training Program must meet requirements equivalent to those outlined in the ACVR Radiology Residency Training Program Essentials, the Board Certification Examination Eligibility Requirements, and the ACVR Constitution.

ACVR does not guarantee that successful completion of an ACVR Alternative Radiology Residency Training Program will lead to passage of the ACVR Radiology (Written & Oral) Board Certification Examination and/or achievement of ACVR Diplomate status.

The sponsoring diplomate (residency program director) must submit an Alternative Training Program application to the Residency Standards & Evaluation Committee (RSEC). Both RSEC and ACVR Executive Council must formally approve the program application before resident training can commence. In accordance with the ACVR Constitution, all supervised residency training programs must be approved by Executive Council by September 1 two years in advance of the resident’s anticipated examination date (i.e. residents must train in an approved program for at least 2 years in order to qualify to take the ACVR preliminary board exam). Therefore, all program applications should be submitted to RSEC well in advance of the desired start date to allow ample time for application review, clarification within the committee, and final approval by Council. RSEC will accept applications year-round, and requests that these be submitted a minimum of 3 months in advance of the desired resident training start date. To ensure timely committee review, the sponsoring diplomate should contact the RSEC chairperson directly before or upon submission of the Alternative Training Program application.

Radiology Residency Program Forms