Stanford Independent Interventional Radiology
Residency Program

The Independent Interventional Radiology (IR) Residency Program is an ACGME accredited program that offers 1 or 2 years of dedicated IR training following completion of a diagnostic radiology (DR) residency. DR residents who successfully complete Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) may enter the Independent IR Residency in the second or final year of the program. After completing Independent IR Residency, graduates will qualify to obtain a dual IR-DR certificate from the American Board of Radiology.

The Stanford Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology is a tertiary and quaternary referral center that accepts complex cases from around the country and around the world, ensuring that our trainees are exposed to a broad and intriguing case mix. In addition to advanced specialty training at Stanford University Medical Center, the residency program integrates clinical training across multiple sites and disciplines including the Palo Alto VA Hospital, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, outpatient Interventional Radiology Clinics, multidisciplinary clinical electives and a dedicated Cardiovascular ICU rotation.

Stanford IR is renowned for its long history of outstanding patient care, world-renowned research, and an exceptional training experience. We offer a robust educational curriculum spanning the full spectrum of image-guided interventions and beyond, including cutting-edge protocols and treatments pioneered by Stanford Interventional Radiology. Our faculty are comprised of experts in the field dedicated to training the next generation of compassionate physicians, innovators and leaders in our specialty.

 

Application Instructions:

We are accepting applications to fill 3 Independent IR residency positions through the NRMP Match. The following materials should be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS):

  • •      Personal statement
  • •       Curriculum vitae
  • •       Three letters of recommendation
  • •      USMLE Step I, II, & III Scores
  • •      Color photograph

If enrolled in ESIR, the following ESIR verification documents are required when applying to the Stanford Independent Interventional Radiology Residency Program:

  • •      Letter from Program Director verifying acceptance into ESIR track
  • •      Block diagram of all IR and IR-related rotations during residency

Since the ESIR verification documents cannot be submitted through ERAS, they should be mailed or emailed directly from the Program Director on signed letterhead to:


Geri Anne Derendinger, Interventional Radiology
Stanford Healthcare
300 Pasteur Drive, H3630, MC: 5642
Stanford, CA 94305

Email: GDerendinger@stanfordhealthcare.org



All materials must be received by the December 15, 2018 deadline. Further inquiries may be directed to our program coordinator:


Geri Anne Derendinger

Residency and Fellowship Coordinator, Interventional Radiology
Stanford Health Care
300 Pasteur Drive, H3630 • Stanford, CA 94305
O: 650.498.6022   F: 650.725.0533
GDerendinger@stanfordhealthcare.org

William T. Kuo, MD, FSIR

Director, Independent IR
Residency Program

Residency Coordinator

Geri Anne Derendinger

Residency and Fellowship Coordinator, Interventional Radiology
Stanford Healthcare
300 Pasteur Drive, H3630
Stanford, CA 94305

Phone: (650) 498-6022
Fax: (650) 725-0533

Timeline

ERAS post-office opens: 
November 21, 2018

Application deadline: 
December 15, 2018

Interview season: 
December 15 - March 31, 2019

Rank Order List deadline:  
May 30, 2019

Match Day: 
June 13, 2019

The Independent IR Residency will be part of the ERAS ACGME/RCPSC/UCNS Fellowship – December cycle.

The Independent IR Residency will participate in the NRMP Radiology Fellowship Match.