Medical Student Rotations - Clerkships

The Department of Radiology offers several elective clerkships designed to familiarize students with the interpretation of medical images and nuclear medicine studies, as well as to provide opportunities for observation and research in various subspecialty areas of radiology.

This includes (RAD 304A), the Pediatric Radiology Clerkship. Our clerkship is designed to give you an overview of the broad and very exciting field of pediatric radiology. The rotation includes a comprehensive curriculum including a wealth of didactic and clinical conferences, directed reading assignments, interactive online teaching modules, and image interpretation with outstanding pediatric radiology faculty. You will be exposed to all radiologic imaging modalities including MRI, CT, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, and plain radiography and will have the unique opportunity to participate in perinatal imaging including prenatal ultrasound and fetal MRI. Visiting students wishing to do this clerkship must receive prior approval from Roz Temple, the Clerkship Coordinator before applying. Roz can be reached at (650) 725-8018. She is located in Room S056, the Grant Building.

For more information about this clerkship and other Radiology clerkships, please review the Radiology Clerkships page, or go directly to the School of Medicine Catalog page to register.

Visiting Residents and Medical Students

All of our clerkships are open to Residents and Medical Students from other institutions, subject to approval of the Clerkship Coordinator prior to applying. Contact Roz Temple at (650) 725-8018 with any questions.

Stanford Residents from other programs

Stanford Residents enrolled in programs other than Radiology (such as Pediatrics, Medicine, etc.) are also welcome to rotate through our section. This is handled through the Stanford Graduate Medical Education office as an elective rotation. Stanford Residents should contact the GME office directly with questions.