The curriculum follows a four year program of progressive learning and responsibility in the various areas of radiology. There are 40 months of training in areas of radiology as specified by the American College of Osteopathic radiology. There is an additional 7 months of selective time as approved by the program director and director of medical education. One month is spent at the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology.

The residency training program is 48 months in duration and includes training in the following areas:

  1. General diagnostic radiology-11 months
    • Chest - 3 months 
    • Gastrointestinal - 3 months 
    • Genitourinary - 2 months 
    • Musculoskeletal - 3 months
  2. Mammography- 3 months 
  3. Nuclear radiology- 4 months 
  4. Pediatric radiology- 3 months 
  5. Cardiovascular/ interventional- 3 months 
  6. Neuroradiology- 4 months 
  7. Diagnostic ultrasound- 3 months 
  8. Computed tomography- 3 months 
  9. Magnetic resonance imaging- 3 months 
  10. Emergency radiology- 2 months 
  11. Cardiac radiology- 1 month 
  12. American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) - 1 month 
  13. Selective 7 months as approved by the program director and the GME

Lectures are provided on a regular basis by members by staff members and upper level residents as well as through the American College of Radiology. Additional activities include weekly oncology conferences, monthly Journal club and AOA distance learning lectures.