Interested candidates are required to submit their CV, three letters of reference (from staff), and a letter of intent summarizing the candidate’s background, achievements, interests and reasons for applying to the UBC nuclear medicine residency program. Short-listed candidates will be invited for a personal interview. Interviews will be conducted via videoconference with a selection committee.
UBC nuclear medicine does not currently participate in the CaRMS match, preferring candidates who are currently enrolled in, or have finished a Royal College Specialty relevant to nuclear medicine. Residents who have completed training in diagnostic radiology require a further 2 years of nuclear medicine training. Residents who have completed training in other relevant specialties require 3.5 years of training (3 years of nuclear medicine and 6 months of cross sectional diagnostic radiology).
Sept. 30th, 2021 – Application deadline
October 2021 – Interview Process
October 31st – Notification of results sent to applicants
Further information Please contact the residency program director:
George P. Sexsmith, MD FRCPC
Department of Nuclear Medicine, St. Paul’s Hospital