Course Overview & Electives

McGovern Medical School offers several interactive and instructional courses for medical students in Radiology. Radiology electives emphasize imaging in general anatomy and pathophysiology of disease processes. Dedicated focused electives also offer students an in-depth view of various subspecialties, and some are listed below. The global radiology elective will be through the RAD 3030 or RAD 4001 course, offered in the 3rd. and the 4th year respectively. This elective is designed to introduce basic imaging and practical concepts for the future physician in any specialty. Students in this course will rotate through Memorial Hermann Health System, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital, gaining exposure to a wide range of pathology and interventions.

Please click into the Radiology section under the elective catalog for more information.