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Resident Resources

David Acosta
Residency Program Coordinator

Sarah Hartman
Residency Program Coordinator
(913) 588-1847

Online Resources provided by the Department

A.R. Dykes Library
at the University of Kansas Medical Center

interactive atlas of human anatomy

#FOAMrad Resources
Free Open Access "Meducation" - Radiology, are online radiology learning resources.

educational platform with modules featuring case studies, reference images, and diagnosis solutions.

expert-written diagnoses, searchable images, anatomy modules, patient cases and procedures

The KUMC Graduate Medical Education (GME) Office website has important information about GME policies and procedures, resident stipends and benefits.

The American Board of Radiology (ABR) website maintains resident and physician certification records and standardized testing, such as the physics exam, Core exam, registration and records.

The American College of Radiology (ACR) website provides many resources for resident professional development.

MedHub is KUMC's portal for tracking competency-based evaluations, duty hours, procedures, announcements, required readings and resident electronic portfolios.

Radiology Online Cases (ROCChalk) is a database fueled by the residents and fellows of the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at KUMC. Each case includes clinical history, imaging, self-quiz questions, and an explanation. Content is reviewed by faculty members prior to posting.

Residents are required to log the number of cases they have interpreted each year with the ACGME Resident Case Log System.

Resident Life


Resident wellness is an important part of our program. In addition to vacation days, residents are eligible for up to 2 wellness days or 4 half-days per year to be scheduled in advance per approval of the Chief Resident and clinical service.  Explore resident wellness resources on the Graduate Medical Education site.

Learn more about Kirmayer Fitness Center, the on-site campus recreation, health and wellness facility.

Women in Radiology

The Women in Radiology group was established to provide camaraderie, networking and mentorship to female faculty, fellows, and residents within the Department of Radiology. With the support of the Department, we host several events throughout the year, including a welcome event at the beginning of the academic year, informal after-work social events, and end of the academic year celebration.

Social Media

Please follow us on Twitter @kuradiology and Instagram @kuradres

KU Diagnostic Radiology Residents
KU School of Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center
Mail Stop 4032
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160