An accredited diagnostic imaging residency training center since 1972
Our diagnostic imaging residency program is a 39-month American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) accredited residency that provides training and preparation for the certification examination of the ACVR. Beginning in July, it is a non-degree graduate program that leads to an official University of Georgia certificate of residency.
What can I expect as a resident?
Advanced training is provided in the interpretation and operation of the following modalities:
- computed tomography
- magnetic resonance imaging
- nuclear medicine
- radioiodine treatment of hyperthyroidism in cats.
UGA diagnostic imaging boasts the latest in diagnostic imaging technology. Residents perform and interpret tests under the direction of ACVR diplomats as part of a weekly rotating schedule.
Currently five residents are enrolled in the program. Upon completion, residents are eligible to take the ACVR board examination, and when successful, obtain Diplomate certification.