- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
Cohort size for each incoming nuclear medicine technology class is relatively small –10-12 students in each incoming class. The Junior year in the nuclear medicine technology program is mostly didactic. Instruction is delivered via lecture, recitation, and laboratory sections. The Senior year in the nuclear medicine technology program is mostly clinical in nature with a small didactic component. The Senior NMT student will spend four days a week in an active nuclear medicine clinic applying the didactic knowledge that was obtained during the Junior year. The Senior NMT student will also be on campus one day a week for didactic instruction that is delivered via lecture.
About Our Facilities
The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program utilizes the following sites for clinical training experience:
- Buffalo Medical Group
- CRS Nuclear
- Erie County Medical Center
- Kaleida Health's Buffalo General Medical Center
- Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital
- Kenmore Mercy Hospital
- Mercy Hospital
- Mount Saint Mary's Hospital
- Roswell Park Cancer Institute
- St. Joseph Hospital
- Sisters of Charity Hospital
- Strong Memorial Hospital/Rochester, NY
- Trinity Medical Cardiology
- VA Western New York Healthcare System
- Windsong Radiology, PC
About Our Faculty
The faculty of the Department of Nuclear Medicine and the NMT Program come from diverse backgrounds. The faculty includes physicists, chemists, pharmacists, radiopharmacists, physicians, computer scientists and technologists.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences department website for additional information about our faculty.