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Paul L. Wasserman, D.O.
Program Director

Welcome to the University of Florida Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program in Jacksonville, Florida. We believe that radiology is one of the most diverse and interesting disciplines in medicine and our residency program reflects this belief. Our department offers a four-year ACGME-accredited training program in diagnostic radiology. We provide a complete learning experience with dedicated instruction in each subspecialty of radiology.

Our institution's diversity provides extensive clinical experience in all areas of radiology. Our residents are integrated into the workflow pattern so they have a primary position in delivering diagnostic and interventional radiology services, optimizing their learning. During the daily routine senior residents are actively involved in teaching junior residents, clinical residents and radiologic technology students. Additionally, we believe involvement in research is essential in fostering knowledge and strongly encourage resident participation in research and quality improvement projects.

Our education curriculum is comprised of a two-year rotating lecture series to ensure ample presentation of learning material. We have initiated an emergency radiology core teaching module that each first-year radiology resident completes prior to assuming call responsibilities.

Completion of our residency program provides graduates with the skills and experience necessary to continue into sub-specialty training or directly enter the private practice of radiology.

We thank you for your interest and encourage your exploration of our residency.

Paul L. Wasserman, D.O.
Associate Chair, Department of Radiology; Chief, Division of Musculoskeletal Radiology; Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency

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