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Resident Information

The Diagnostic Imaging Residency program received CAMPEP accreditation in 2018. This two year program will qualify residents for board certification in Diagnostic Imaging. The first resident started in May 2017 and completed the program in May 2019. MARP aims to take a new resident each year. 

Current Residents

First year resident

MS Medical Physics, 2022 

   University of Pennsylvania

Residency start date: July 1, 2023


Program Statistics

Residency Program Statistics

MARP has also trained several physicists as Junior Imaging Physicists prior to formalizing the process into a residency program. MARP trainees have been successful in achieving ABR board certification and are currently employed as consulting medical physicists and/or academic physics faculty. The table below shows Trainees / Junior Physicists who trained at MARP prior to the start of the Residency program.

MARP Past Trainee Statistics

Resident Compensation and Benefits

MARP provides benefits and insurance programs to all residents appointed to the program. Residents' annual stipends for the 2023-2024 academic year will be:

First year resident: $61,000

Second year resident: $65,000

The residents will receive 10 days per year paid vacation and all federal holidays. 

For more information or inquiries regarding resident benefits please contact the residency program director.

Curriculum Overview

The MARP Imaging Physics Residency program includes 9 clinical rotations designed to prepare each resident for the ABR board exams as well as a successful career in diagnostic medical physics. The residents at MARP will be provided with specific expectations and requirements for each clinical rotation during orientation. The clinical rotations include:

  • Orientation

  • Radiography

  • Fluoroscopy (interventional and angiography)

  • Mammography (FFDM, Tomosynthesis, SBB)

  • Computed Tomography

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging

  • Ultrasound

  • Informatics

  • Nuclear Medicine

The MARP residency curriculum also provides training opportunities on a variety of special imaging equipment including (but not limited to) mini CT, mini C-arm, 1.0T open bore MRI, and stereotactic mammography systems.


Throughout each rotation residents will participate in equipment performance evaluations, radiation shielding designs, patient and fetal dose calculations, and institutional radiation safety/protocol committee meetings. Residents will also have opportunities for self-directed learning and will be expected to give quarterly journal club presentations. Additionally, residents will have the opportunity to attend some continuing education / professional society meetings.

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