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About the author:
Chief author Barry Julius, MD, attended the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, completed his diagnostic-radiology residency at Brown University’s Rhode Island Hospital, and completed his fellowship at the Harvard Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine. He is certified by the American Board of Radiology and the American Board of Nuclear Medicine.
Dr. Julius has been a radiologist at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey since 2006. Since 2009, he has served as associate program director for the Saint Barnabas Medical Center diagnostic-radiology residency, and he has been a partner at Imaging Consultants of Essex. He has been the editor in chief of radsresident.com since 2016.
Daniel Choe, DO, Leonard Morneau, MD, and Danny Nahl, MD, are associate authors. Together, the authors made it their mission to address the specific application, lifestyle, and career issues faced by radiology residents that fall outside the purview of typical medical training.
A Guidebook For The Radiology Applicant And Radiology Resident
Dr. Barry Julius
Dr Leonard Morneau, Dr. Daniel Choe, Dr. Danny Nahl
Information regarding the inherent opportunities and pitfalls of radiology residencies is surprisingly hard to come by. This comprehensive guide offers informal but logical advice to answer the wide range of questions that current or prospective residents may have.
Though mentors rarely explicitly address these concerns, this knowledge is crucial to make the best of a residency—and ensure a successful future. As an associate radiology resident program director, chief author Barry Julius, MD, has advised many medical students and residents. To reach other aspiring radiologists with similar issues, he established radsresident.com, a portal offering application, lifestyle, and career information. The website’s topics are organized in this guidebook, which is divided into three major sections: applicant advice, resident advice, and resident career advice.
These sections cover considerations such as finding and applying to a great residency, tips for foreign applicants, making a good impression as a resident, moonlighting and call issues, choosing a fellowship, and navigating future professional and market options.
In addition, to address the significant debt most residents will face, a series of appendices offer financial advice. Combined with an excellent medical education, Radsresident will prepare any radiology resident for a successful career.
- Publication Date:
- 1544907974 / 9781544907970
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Medical / Education & Training