Educational Travel

  • Each resident spends four weeks at the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology Radiology-Pathologic Correlation Course, with time and expenses covered by the department.
  • Each resident is alotted one national meeting or course per year, with time and expenses covered by the department. 
  • In addition to this, residents can attend all conferences at which their scientific work has been accepted for presentation, with time and expenses covered. 

Other nearby resources of the University, such as the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, the outstanding computer and engineering programs, informatics, and medical imaging laboratories provide additional support for your clinical and research activities. For example, the Carol Baldwin Breast Center provides cutting edge care services such as computer assisted detection mammography, digital whole breast mammography, whole breast ultrasound, breast MR, and stereotactic core biopsy. Research at the Carol Baldwin Breast Center includes investigation of experimental techniques. Two of the current research areas include dynamic contrast enhancement methods for detection of breast carcinoma and the use of dynamic infrared imaging for breast cancer detection. Within Stony Brook University's Incubator Park, the department created a leading developer and vendor of virtual colonoscopy systems.

Eric van Staalduinen (Class of 2020) presenting at RSNA 2017. 

SB Radiology Resident delegation at RSNA 2017.