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Student Rotation

The student rotation training is divided into specialty radiology sections of Abdominal Imaging, Angiography and Interventional Radiology, Chest Radiology, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Breast Imaging, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Neuroradiology, Nuclear Radiology, and Pediatric Radiology. The student will choose a rotation in one of the specialties where they will be working closely with faculty members.

Student rotation objectives are:

1. To gain an introductory understanding of the role of diagnostic imaging in the care of patients.

2. To gain an appreciation of the risks and benefits of radiological examinations.

3. To gain an understanding of the clinical indications and sequencing of imaging studies.

Students are required to schedule at theCME Office atStudent Affairs with Elizabeth Reeder. Requirements must be met accordingly. Maximum four third or fourth year students will be accepted per rotation.

Rotations will be from two weeks to a maximum of four weeks and will go from July of this year to June of the next year.

You may choose from the following rotations :

Noemi Brunner, MDChest Radiology
Luis Ramos, MD Neuroradiology
Melhem Ghaleb, MDVascular and Interventional Radiology
Shaked Laks, MDMusculoskeletal Radiology
Branko Plavsic MD, PhDAbdominal Radiology
Arvin E. Robinson MD, MPHPediatric Radiology
Annop Ayyappan, MDBreast imaging
Anthony Naylor, MDGeneral and Interventional Radiology

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Contact

Elizabeth Reeder Sylvia Duran

Phone: 915-545-6600 Phone: 915-545-6899

CME, Student Affairs Assistant Program Coordinator

School of Medicine Radiology Department, SOM

4800 Alberta Ave 4800 Alberta Ave

El Paso, TX 79905El Paso, TX 79905

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