The Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida is an ACGME-accredited four year advanced program. We have five residents per year for a total of twenty residents.

Trainees will encounter a high volume and diverse array of both complex and frequently encountered pathology. Rotations include body imaging, chest and cardiac radiology, neuroradiology, breast imaging, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, musculoskeletal radiology and interventional radiology. In addition, during a 10-week rotation at Miami Children’s Hospital, residents gain exposure to complex neonatal and pediatric pathology.

Throughout their training, residents will receive daily didactic lectures in core topics. In addition, they engage in valuable discussions at multidisciplinary conferences concerning the role of imaging and image-guided interventions in clinical decision making.

Mount Sinai Medical Center’s Department of Radiology takes pride in its exceptional faculty who are dedicated to resident teaching and mentorship. Moreover, the residents at our program enjoy working in a relaxed and collegial environment. Our graduates are well-trained for competitive fellowships and enjoy successful careers in both academic and private practice settings.


William Burke III, Program Director
Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program


Keisha Candry-Scatliffe, Program Coordinator
Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program


First year resident training consists of an introduction to all major modalities as well as instruction in the basic principles of radiologic physics and techniques.

After their first year of radiology training, residents attend a one month course at the American Institute of Radiologic Pathology in Silver Spring, MD for which accommodation is provided.

Though all resident activities remain under faculty supervision and guidance, responsibility levels increase with individual development. Call shifts begin during the second year of radiology residency and continue throughout the rest of training.

In their fourth year of radiology training, residents will have the opportunity to customize mini-fellowship rotations based on career interests.


Clinical & Academic Curriculum - Radiology