Clinician-Educator Track & Teaching

Clinician-Educator Track

The Department of Diagnostic & Interventional Imaging offers a Clinician-Educator Track (CET), which is a 4-year longitudinal program for radiology residents to learn and develop skills to become effective educators and, ultimately, academic radiologists. The CET curriculum includes dedicated workshops, numerous teaching opportunities with medical students and residents from other specialties, one-on-one mentorship with faculty with a strong track record in medical education, and delivery of a capstone project.


Francis Celii, MD – Clinician-Educator Track Chair

Safa Alkarawi, MD

Alexandra Janda, MD

William Kamp, MD

Ashley Notzon, MD

Aashini Patel, MD

Anastasiia Morozova, MD

Saagar Patel, MD

Niloofar Karbasian, MD

George Parker, MD

Scott Sandy, MD

Pejman Rabiei, MD

Mindy Wang, MD


Resident Graduates

Nathan Doyle, MD

Jeremiah Stringam, MD


Founding Team

Mindy Wang, MD

Peggy Hsieh, MEd, PhD

Latifa Sanhaji, MD

Emma Ferguson, MD


Jeremiah Stringham, MD graduating from the Clinician-Educator Track in 2022


Physician Educator Certificate Program

The Physician Educator Certificate Program (CPEP) is an 8-month program for residents who are interested in receiving more training in teaching effectiveness. This certificate program prepares trainees for their academic career, resulting in greater teaching confidence and job satisfaction. This course meets once a month for 8 months.