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Careers at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Charité is one of the largest employers in Berlin. With a history spanning over 300 years, and a long tradition of medical excellence, Charité offers a wide range of training and career opportunities across a diverse spectrum of professions.

This page provides information on vacancies within the Department of Nuclear Medicine of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Please feel free to browse our current vacancies. Why not apply today? We are looking forward to welcoming you!

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Vacancies at Charité

With their extensive experience, skills and expertise, and the enthusiasm they bring to their work, our staff are our greatest resource. Comprising approximately 100 departments and institutes, and spanning four campuses, Charité offers stimulating challenges, a cooperative working atmosphere, and interesting career development opportunities.

Residency in Radiology

Residents in the Department of Radiology are encouraged to attend our regular departmental conferences (including case presentations, morbidity and mortality conferences, presentations of scientific projects and results, safety briefings, strategic discussions) and are offered a weekly didactic lecture series (45 min) with rotating presenters.

First held in 2003, these educational sessions have since evolved into a structured curriculum that encompasses all aspects of radiology relevant for the board exam. The curriculum consists of 99 sessions grouped by topic and was introduced in 2013. Residents thus can attend each session at least twice in the course of their residency training and before taking the board exam. 

The resident-specific sessions are usually taught by staff radiologists and senior physicians with expertise in the respective subarea. Many radiologists in our department are renowned speakers and highly sought-after presenters of refresher courses at national and international congresses. 
Our structured teaching curriculum provides comprehensive instruction for radiology residents, and the sessions are now available at all three campuses of the Charité.