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The radiology residency program prepares residents to take and pass the American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) board certification examination. The program is structured so that the ACVR requirements for approved residency training programs are met. During the residency, students gain clinical experience in diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, diagnostic ultrasound, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. Residents have opportunities to interact with board-certified specialists in other disciplines and to work closely with board-certified radiologists throughout the program.

Faculty in this section are practicing veterinarians who provide consultation in ultrasound examinations and in radiology, CT, MRI and nuclear imaging to patients of the NC State Veterinary Hospital.

Radiology Residency

Learn more about the radiology residency at the CVM.

A radiology technician looks at a CT scan on a desktop computer.
Photo by Nathan Latil/NC State Veterinary Medicine