Brigham and Women’s Hospital Radiology Education

Welcome from the Vice Chair of Radiology Education

Harvard Medical School Clerkship, Diagnostic Radiology The Brigham and Women’s Hospital has a long tradition and deep commitment to radiology education including a Harvard Medical School Clerkship, Diagnostic Radiology Residency, Nuclear Medicine Residency, the new IR/DR Residency and eleven Radiology Fellowships. In addition, the Brigham and Women’s Radiology department offers subspecialty observerships to practicing physicians and Continuing Medical Education courses in many subspecialty areas of radiology. The department also serves as a clinical internship site for radiology technologists.

William Mayo-Smith, MD, FACR, Vice-Chair, Radiology Education

William W. Mayo-Smith, MD, FACR
Vice-Chair, Radiology Education

Welcome from the Program Director

Welcome to the Brigham Radiology Residency website! I hope this site will help give you a sense of our training programs and what makes us unique.  

At BWH, you will be welcomed into the Brigham family where you will train with bright, enthusiastic colleagues in a friendly and supportive environment. The Brigham family includes residents with varied backgrounds and diverse interests who value academic and clinical excellence, intellectual curiosity, leadership potential, collegiality and kindness. Our residency family includes not only your fellow residents, but around 120 expert faculty members who are deeply committed to providing you with world-class training to deliver excellent, high-quality patient care and to developing future leaders in the field of radiology. Our wealth of resources includes a wide breadth of pathology at our home institution and at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Institute, cutting-edge research opportunities, advanced imaging informatics, opportunities at the Center for Evidence Based Imaging, the STRATUS simulation center, and teaching opportunities through neighboring Harvard Medical School. Our conference curriculum is well organized, includes innovative teaching methods and curricula, and is aimed at preparing residents for the Core exam. Overall, our BWH residency programs will allow you to grow, succeed and emerge from your residency training as the very best radiologist you can be – ready to lead and impact our specialty in whatever area you ultimately practice.  

I am so proud to lead the Diagnostic Radiology Residency program and am excited for you to consider training with us! 

Sara Durfee, MD
Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology

Welcome from 2021-2022 Chiefs

Thank you for your interest in the BWH Radiology Residency Programs!

As you navigate our website, we hope that you will get a sense for the tremendous opportunities that our program has to offer – including research, teaching, leadership and wellness initiatives (to name a few). These various opportunities, paired with world-class clinical training, are some of the reasons why we chose to train at BWH.

Our program fosters a culture of intellectual curiosity, collegiality, and kindness. Each resident receives individualized career and research mentoring. We also value the camaraderie and support we receive from our co-residents, faculty, and other colleagues across Mass GeneralBrigham. The fabric of our community is made even more vibrant by the diverse backgrounds and unique experiences of our residents. If you join our program, you will be integrated into our“Brigham family” and will be part of a dynamic department striving to advance the field of radiology.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us directly with any questions – we are always happy to provide more information!

Best,

Khushboo Jhala (DR) – kjhala@bwh.harvard.edu
Anne-Sophie Loonis (DR) – aloonis@bwh.harvard.edu
Colette Glaser (IR/DR) – cglaser@bwh.harvard.edu