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NTV Research Intern
Equipped with the resources of the world-renowned NYU Department of Radiology, the VIR Research Program uses state-of-the-art clinical and research technology to support its endeavors. An established research infrastructure with advanced statistical support ensures participants in the VIR Research Program produce timely, impactful research insights.
We are seeking Non-Traditional Volunteer (NTV) Research Interns who will conduct existing interventional radiology projects and initiate new ones through close collaboration with clinical and non-clinical researchers.
NTV Research Interns are expected to write a quarterly progress report, participate in data collection, write manuscripts, and present abstracts at national meetings. The goal is to introduce interns to research methodology in the context of VIR and encourage the pursuit a career in academic radiology/interventional radiology.
In addition to research, Interns participate in weekly didactic educational conferences, where they learn about the latest interventional radiology techniques and have access to world-renowned interventional radiologists in various specialties. The program also organizes monthly research meetings.
The position is unpaid, and Interns are accepted through the Non-Traditional Research Program (NTV) at NYU Langone Health. This position is not a post-graduate training position and interns will not receive a post-graduation training certificate from the School of Medicine upon completion of their assignments. Accepted candidates will be required to complete all application and onboarding requirements. Prior to any involvement in human subjects research, interns must complete all applicable trainings, including but not limited to on-line training in human subjects protection and HIPAA. Interns must be on NYU Langone Health premises at all times when engaging in their assignment.
Ideal candidates are medical students, medical school graduates, or residents with an interest in or research experience in medical imaging and interventional radiology techniques. Commitment for at least 3 months is required. Applications are accepted throughout the year. The selection process will include a personal or phone interview.
If you are interested in applying, please email the required documents to:
Bedros Taslakian, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology
Director, VIR Research Program