Welcome to Rutgers NJMS Radiology and thank you for your interest in our program!
The Rutgers NJMS Radiology Residency Program is now an enhanced joint program that combines all the benefits of the primary training site at University Hospital in Newark with supplemental rotations at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center in nearby Livingston, thus providing a comprehensive level of resident education in all aspects of diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology and nuclear medicine. This combined program capitalizes on the clinical strengths of each institution, permitting a more diverse training environment and incorporating the best teaching faculty from each location into the overall residency program.
Leadership for the radiology training program:
Pierre Maldjian MD, Program Director at NJMS Department of Radiology
Lyle Gesner, MD, Associate Program Director and Site Director at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center
Luke Partyka, MD, Associate Program Director and Site Director at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
Interested residency candidates should apply to the Rutgers Health New Jersey Medical School Radiology Residency Program using ERAS. For the 2023 ERAS cycle, our program will be collecting and reviewing data from applicants’ supplemental ERAS applications.
For information regarding the experience of current radiology residents at CBMC and NBIMC please see the following links:
Pierre Maldjian, MD
Program Director, Department of Radiology
Frequently asked questions (FAQ):
- Do you accept foreign medical students and what visas do you sponsor? Yes and we sponsor J1 visas.
- Does your program have other requirements? Yes - every applicant must complete a transitional year or preliminary year in medicine, surgery, or pediatrics before entering radiology.
- Do you have specific criteria for our program? You must pass USMLE Step I and II before entering our program.