Welcome to Duke Nuclear Medicine and Radiotheranostics fellowship training program.

Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging have undergone a tremendous number of changes in the recent years, making our field an irreplaceable part of personalized medicine. New advancements in radiochemistry, theranostics and instrumentation allow an innovative approach towards making a diagnosis or offering novel treatment.

In our program, we train future Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging leaders who bring their talent and expertise to the field of science and clinical practice.

We offer a comprehensive approach to our trainees’ professional and personal development, assuring their optimal educational experience, clinical skills development and overall well-being. Trainees are instructed in the areas of patient care, education and research. Education in basic sciences, instrumentation, Nuclear Medicine and Radiotheranostics imaging and therapeutics is incorporated into the curriculum.

Program inquiries may be addressed to:

Olga James, M.D.
Program Director, Nuclear Medicine and Nuclear Radiology Residency Training Programs
Box 3949
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, North Carolina 27710
olga.g.james@.duke.edu
(919) 684-1560

Application inquiries should be made to:

Gloria Irving
Program Coordinator, Nuclear Medicine and Nuclear Radiology Residency Training Programs
Box 3949
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, North Carolina 27710
gloria.irving@dm.duke.edu
(919) 684-7245 (office)
(919) 684-7135 (fax)