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The Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine (JPNM) is a collaborative effort among a core of Harvard Medical School-affiliated teaching hospitals. Program members are dedicated to the advancement of nuclear medicine as a clinical specialty and the improvement in the quality of its practice and delivery to patients.
The JPNM's accredited clinical residency training program provides an opportunity for qualified physicians to gain the knowledge and experience needed to practice nuclear medicine at the highest level and to meet the eligibility requirements for board certification.
The Department of Radiologic Sciences at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers an innovative program that allows a student to earn a baccalaureate degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology in less than three years. Learn more about their Radiologic Sciences Program in Nuclear Medicine Technology.
Harvey Cantor, MD, DirectorThe training faculty for this two-year program is comprised of leading investigators from Dana-Farber and Harvard affiliates with expertise in virology, immunology, etc. U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply. Potential candidates may forward their CV to Alison Angel at email@example.com. Final candidate review and selection is conducted by the Director and a subcommittee of the training faculty.
Harvey Cantor, MD, DirectorThe training faculty for this two-year program is comprised of leading investigators in basic, translational and clinical immunology from Dana-Farber and Harvard affiliates.
U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply. Potential candidates may forward their CV to Alison Angel at firstname.lastname@example.org. Final candidate review and selection is conducted by the Director and a subcommittee of the training faculty.
Harvard Medical School's Scholars in Clinical Science Program (SCSP) is a two-year post-graduate training program in clinical investigation. Funded by a Clinical Research Curriculum Award from the National Institutes of Health, the SCSP consists of formal didactic coursework, a longitudinal seminar series, and a mentored clinical research project.
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