RAD 7110

Radiology Research


Tracy Daye-Groves
Course Coordinator

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    Catalog Description:  Ideally, an interested student will have rotated through the radiology clerkship (RAD 7101) prior to the research rotation, but this is not required.  After consultation with staff, the student will perform a defined, radiology related research project appropriate for the student's level of experience and interest.

    The radiologists listed below frequently work with medical students. As the rotation is short, we must make efficient use of time.  Interested students should seek out a mentor based on their interests PRIOR TO REGISTRATION FOR THE ROTATION and should confirm that the dates for the rotation will work for both the mentor and the student.  Additionally, IRB form preparation should begin prior to the start of the rotation so that a student may begin working on a project on the first day of the rotation.

    Elective interest for research faculty

    Students should complete CITI research training (if they have not already done so) prior to the start of the rotation. (https://research.umn.edu/units/irb/education-training/citi-training)

    To register for the research rotation, the student should communicate to the coordinator:
    1. The name of the mentor
    2. The mentor-confirmed dates of the rotation 
    3. Either CITI training confirmation or a plan to complete CITi training before the start of the rotation

    Sites:  UMN: University of Minnesota Medical Center, 500 Harvard St. SE, Minneapolis, MN

    Required session attendance:

    Typical weekly schedule/Delivery Mode:  M-F, 8:00am-4:00pm

    Direct patient care:  No

    Consent Requirement: Arranged

    Course Objectives:  This course will initiate or extend the student's experience in medical research projects in radiologic related areas by:

    • providing the student with background and knowledge of radiology research.
    • providing in-depth study of some aspect of radiology.

    Graded Components: Grade will be assessed by the research preceptor based on whether project goals were achieved.

    Grading Scale:  H/E/S/N


    Allow repetition of course: Repetition allowed up to 2 times

    Limited to Student Type:  No

    Course equivalency:  N/A

    Related curricular experience:

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    Course evaluation:  MedHub