Department of Radiology

The UTHSCSA Diagnostic Radiology Residency


Congratulations on your decision to pursue a career in the field of Radiology; you have chosen a dynamic, challenging, and rewarding specialty. In no other area of contemporary medicine has the impact of technology been so great. Multislice CT scanners can freeze a beating heart, high field MRI allows diagnosis based on the chemical composition of tissues, and tumor-specific radionucleotides offer new ways to diagnose, monitor and even treat cancer. Nearly all aspects of medical practice depend on some sort of imaging today. As a result, the Radiology Department is now second only to the cafeteria as a gathering place for clinicians of all specialties, with the radiologist serving as consultant, diagnostician, and interventionalist.


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Our goals and objectives (PDF download) are to provide you an opportunity to train with bright, enthusiastic colleagues in a friendly, supportive environment. To that end, we have assembled a faculty of experienced, talented, and dedicated subspecialists who not only enjoy their work but are committed to teaching and to excellence in patient care. The training programs are designed to obtain maximum benefit from the large volume of clinical material and the broad range of pathology encountered at the well equipped hospitals affiliated with the program. Our conference curriculum is well organized and is aimed at preparing residents for the core radiology.


Combine our focus on education with the many attractions and amenities of a large southwestern city with a year-round temperate climate, and you have the formula for a successful and enjoyable residency experience. We hope this website conveys a sense of the quality and convivial atmosphere of our department, and we look forward to receiving your application.


Contact Information:
Jessica Esquivel VIR Administrative Support:

IR Support and application information
Phone: 210-567-5564
Fax: 210-567-4194


Edie Kenney-Perez Fellowship coordinator:

Fax: 210-567-5541