Vacant positions

IR residency vacant positions are listed below.

 

Note:- APDIR voluntarily participates in the NRMP All-In Policy.

To post a position, please send an email with the details of your posting to SIR GME.


Vacant Positions

The University of Massachusetts (UMass) has an opening for the 2023-2024 academic year.

We are a high-volume academic practice with a level I trauma center and liver transplant, providing a wide variety of high-level cases for our residents.

There are also a number of research opportunities in our department, and our residents regularly present at national meetings.

ESIR and non-ESIR applicants are welcome to apply. If you are interested or know of someone who may be, please reach out to our program coordinator beena.gopalkrishnan@umassmed.edu.


The Interventional Radiology Independent residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas has been approved for an additional position for academic years 2022-2024. This is an ACGME accredited position. The IR residency program accepts 3 integrated and 3 independent residents each year. The new position will be a 4th independent residency position. Eligible candidates can be either ESIR graduates for a one-year position (2022-23) or non-ESIR graduates for a two-year independent IR position (2022-24).

The training program focuses on clinical interventional radiology. Residents performs on average 1500 procedures during their training period. With 15 fellowship trained interventional radiologists providing one-on-one training, residents get good hands-on experience in complex procedures including venous/arterial interventions, interventional oncology, hepatobiliary procedures, prostate artery embolization, transplant and complex portal interventions, uterine artery embolization, vascular anomalies, hemodialysis maintenance and pediatric IR.  A full consult and referral service supported by the faculty and 14 APPs ensures that residents achieve proficiency not just in procedural skills but also in pre-procedure decision making and post procedure care. Residents actively participate in outpatient clinic/office activities in dedicated IR clinic spaces in both of our training hospitals on a weekly basis. In addition, our residents are also exposed to non-invasive vascular imaging interpreting CT Angiography as well as visceral doppler/vascular ultrasound.

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center ranked the No. 1 Best Hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth. Training locations include state of the art hospitals including Clements University Hospitals & Clinics (899 beds), Parkland Health & Hospital System (983 beds), and Children’s Medical Center (490 beds).

Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is ranked among top 10 U.S. places to live with the highest pay adjusted to cost of living, with affordable housing and relatively low crime rates. A thriving culinary scene, world-renowned arts districts, major professional sports teams, trendy entertainment venues, unparalleled shopping opportunities, and extensive parks and recreation area are the many positive attributes of this city. A richly diverse metropolitan region of 7.1 million residents, with more than 200 unique cities, two major commercial airports, average commute time of less than 30 minutes, Unemployment rate below the national average and High-quality elementary and secondary schools, and 45 colleges and universities make Dallas a desirable destination to call home. 

Application Process

Candidates applying for the July 2022 position, please submit the following via email to Shareef Hamad, Residency Program Coordinator.

A CV, personal statement, medical school transcript, MSPE, USMLE scores parts I, II and III, and a photograph must accompany the application.

Interviews can be scheduled virtually at the convenience of the applicant and the program director.

Requirements

Applicants should be authorized to work in the United States, eligible for a physician-in-training Texas Medical license, and board certified or board eligible prior to their anticipated start date.