Medical Physics Residency 

The University of New Mexico has one opening for a diagnostic medical physics resident starting June 2021. The 24-month residency includes rotations in image display, general radiography, fluoroscopy, interventional/angiography, mammography, CT, MRI, ultrasound, imaging informatics, and nuclear medicine.

Each rotation will include aspects of radiation protection and safety in radiology; patient dose assessments; professionalism, communication, ethics, and leadership; research and education; technology management; and clinical awareness.

The program has been approved for CAMPEP accreditation and will accept graduates from a CAMPEP-accredited graduate program.

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Join Our Team

To apply to our Medical Physics Residency Program, please follow the instructions on the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) website.

Resident Life

Albuquerque is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts boasting biking, running, hiking and climbing.  Within easy reach are skiing, white water kayaking/rafting and world-class fly fishing.  New Mexico has 11 national parks and a wide range of wilderness areas. Our temperate climate allows you to enjoy the outdoors year round.

Residents river rafting