Teaching faculty

Dedicated program faculty members provide an educational experience that is centered on student success. The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program draws its faculty from the clinical, scientific and technical staffs of Mayo Clinic. Faculty members are chosen for their commitment to teaching, as well as clinical practice and research. Many have published and lectured extensively and are highly regarded in their fields.

Of the more than 100 nuclear medicine staff members at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, there are 70 certified nuclear medicine technologists, 13 physicians, three nurses, three physicists, two radiopharmacists, three radiochemists, and several support and administrative staff members.

Students have access to these individuals throughout the program, giving them the opportunity to learn directly from some of today's best nuclear medicine practitioners. The unique combination of time with program faculty members in the classroom and clinical settings delivers individualized mentoring to support student success.

Visiting professors and lecturers

A hallmark of higher education excellence is the breadth and depth of information and experience provided to students by the faculty and visiting experts. Many prominent professors visit Mayo Clinic to lecture on their areas of medical and scientific expertise each year.

Students at Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences are encouraged to learn from these valuable resources by attending all relevant conferences, lectures and seminars prepared for students, residents, fellows and consulting staff.

Nov. 08, 2017