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Interventional Radiology Residency Mission

The mission of the Integrated and Independent Interventional Radiology Residency Programs is to educate and train knowledgeable, skillful and innovative interventional radiologists. Residents receive excellent clinical training in diagnostic and interventional radiology and learn to provide compassionate patient care, while also participating in a variety of interventional radiology research opportunities that are available.

From the Program Director

Aaron Harman, MD UMMS Interventional Radiology Residency Program DirectorWelcome to UMass!

We are thrilled that you are interested in learning more about Interventional Radiology training at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, located in the historic city of Worcester.

All of our faculty are dedicated to the education of our residents, and are extremely proud of our program. My sincere hope is that our website gives you a flavor of what we are all about.

Aaron L. Harman, MD
UMMS Interventional Radiology Residency Program Director

Integrated IR Residency

You are a medical student or physician who has not completed a diagnostic radiology residency.

Five year program that combines comprehensive and state-of-the-art training in both diagnostic and interventional radiology. With more than 75 sub-specialty trained faculty including seven IR and four NIR faculty, the UMass Medical School integrated IR residency provides excellent training in all aspects of modern radiology.

Application Process

Independent IR Residency

You are a resident who has or will have completed a diagnostic radiology residency prior to starting IR residency.

One year program (if previously did ESIR) or two years of IR training after a Diagnostic Radiology residency.

Application Process

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