International: Training and Research in Radiology
The broad range of clinical specialties represented at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin provides an excellent basis for a solid and comprehensive residency training program at the Department of Radiology.
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Scientific activities in the Department of Radiology cover a wide spectrum of highly interesting research areas ranging from basic science and clinical trials to studies in molecular imaging and interventional radiology. We regularly publish our research results in high-ranking, peer-reviewed journals.
Opportunities for Physicians and Scientists
As an internationally renowned medical center, the Charité invites physicians and researchers from all over the world to join its faculty. The Department of Radiology provides residency training and support in pursuing specific research interests to international scientists and physicians.
Our most important criteria in selecting applicants are clinical and diagnostic skills as well as an interest in research or a record of prior scientific experience. Although all physicians and scientists in our department speak English, adequate German language skills are required to do clinical work. Fluent English will be sufficient for research projects. Residents have an opportunity to write a medical thesis during their training.
We thank all visiting physicians and researchers of our department for the fruitful and successful cooperation. It is a great honor for us that many international colleagues with an excellent academic background are interested in joining the Department of Radiology of the Charité as visiting scientists or clinicians with grant support from renowned organizations.
Furthermore, the Department of Radiology has an international research exchange program with the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston (USA). Visit www.berlinboston.com for more details.
Research Exchange Program with Yale School of Medicine
Biomedical Imaging at Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, USA - known as the “Rising Star” program - offers medical students a unique opportunity to become visiting researchers at the Yale Interventional Oncology Research Lab. The exchange program is supported by the Rolf W. Günther Foundation, providing grants for medical students interested in doing research at Yale University and writing a medical thesis at Charité after their return to Berlin.