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Human Imaging

From Radiological Sciences

Human Imaging Curriculum Ph.D. Plan

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A combined MD Residency/PhD program is offered through Radiological Sciences. Physicians may complete their residency in radiology, psychiatry or radiation oncology concomitant with completing requirements for a PhD degree in Radiation Biology that includes a training track in Human Imaging. Students in this program study and perform research within dedicated groups of medical physicists, biomedical imaging specialists and biomedical researchers from specialties using imaging as a research tool. The recommended curriculum for this program is given below. (Note: Human imaging students may request the Radiological Sciences COGS to grant waivers of specific courses in the first year based on previous medical school work.)

* Required for all students

Contents

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-YEAR 1- *

Human Imaging Ph.D. Training Plan
* Required for all RADSCI students
Fall Semester CU Spring Semester CU
INTD 5000 Fund. of Biomedical Sciences 8 RADI 6024 *Radiological Anatomy & Physiology 3
RADI 5090 *Seminars in Radiological Sciences 1 RADI 5090 *Seminars in Radiological Sciences 1
RADI 6097 *Research 3 RADI 6097 *Research 8
TOTAL 12 TOTAL 12

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-YEAR 2-

Human Imaging Ph.D. Training Plan
* Required for all RADSCI students
Fall Semester CU Spring Semester CU
RADI 5015 *Physics of Diagnostic Imaging I 3 HUMAN IMAGING ELECTIVE 3
MEDI 5070* Responsible Conduct of Research on Human Subjects 2 RADI 6071 Supervised Teaching 2
RADI 5090 *Seminars in Radiological Sciences 1 RADI 6097 *Research 2
RADI 6049 *Introduction to MRI 2 RADI 6012 *Physics of Nuclear Medicine 3
RADI 5025 *Molecular Oncology & Radiobiology 3 RADI 5007 *Statistics in Radiological Sciences 2
RADI 5001 *Basic Radiation Safety 1
TOTAL 12 TOTAL 12

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-YEAR 3-

Human Imaging Ph.D. Training Plan
* Required for all RADSCI students
Fall Semester CU Spring Semester CU
RADI 5090 *Seminars in Radiological Sciences 1 RADI 6097 *Research 12
RADI 6097 *Research 11
TOTAL 12 TOTAL 12

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-YEAR 4-

Human Imaging Ph.D. Training Plan
* Required for all RADSCI students
Fall Semester CU Spring Semester CU
RADI 7099 *Dissertation 12 RADI 7099 *Dissertation 12
TOTAL 12 TOTAL 12

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-YEAR 5-

Human Imaging Ph.D. Training Plan
* Required for all RADSCI students
Fall Semester CU Spring Semester CU
RADI 7099 *Dissertation 12 RADI 7099 *Dissertation 12
TOTAL 12 TOTAL 12

[edit] Radiation Biology and Biophysics Track Electives: minimum 6 hours

Available Courses (student should work with Supervising Professor to determine most appropriate courses)
MEDI 5071 Patient-Oriented Clinical Research Methods – 1
MEDI 6001 Introduction to Translational Science
RADI 6042 Non-Ionizing Radiation Biology and Biophysics
MEDI 5073 Integrating Molecular Biology with Patient-Oriented Clinical Research
RADI 6015 Physics of Diagnostic Imaging II
RADI 6019 Medical Image Processing
MEDI 5074 Data Management, Quality Control, and Regulatory Issues
RADI 6028 Advanced Molecular Biology
RADI 6050 Magnetic Resonance Imaging
RADI 6091 Current Topics in Radiological Sciences


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