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MCPHS faculty member David Gilmore
MCPHS Director and Associate Professor of Nuclear Medicine Technology David Gilmore spearheads the restructuring of the nuclear medicine technology curriculum for the country.
The remote, tele-operative ultrasound system being used on a patient.
The first-of-its-kind ultrasound technology would have key applications for imaging and diagnosis of COVID-19 and beyond.
DMS students using the new Carestream DRX Core Detector.
MCPHS radiography students work on brand new digital X-ray machines.
Words that describe addiction and helping with addiction.
The annual interprofessional education event saw close to 800 students participate virtually.
Josh Leitão, PharmD and Laurianne Murphy, Physician Assistant Studies.
Interprofessional education (IPE) is key to preparing future healthcare leaders. Hundreds of MCPHS students participated in a virtual IPE book club to discuss the importance of collaboration in care.
Mike Blum headshot

After working as a special education teacher for six years, Mike Plum decided it was time to dive in and make a career change.

Jocelyn Charest, NMT alumni.

As an experienced nuclear medicine technologist and medical imaging professional, Jocelyn Charest uses her comprehensive knowledge and passion for learning to help support the education of others.

Female medical imaging student pointing at x-ray while male student watches.

MCPHS offers medical imaging careers across five growing fields: diagnostic medical sonography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine technology, radiography, and magnetic resonance imaging. If you're considering a career in medical imaging but aren't sure where to begin, we're here to offer insight into which occupation or discipline might be the best fit for you.