Student in MCPHS Diagnostic Medical Sonography lab.

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

Medical imaging and therapeutics professionals use leading-edge technology either to image or treat disease in the human body.

Extending human vision. Improving patient outcomes.

Imaging professionals use technology to see inside the human body and help detect and diagnose disease—often catching a health challenge early in its progression. They also use leading-edge machines and techniques to treat specific diseases. Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) provides a wide range of sought-after undergraduate and advanced degrees in both diagnostic medical imaging and therapy. Here, students learn on the most advanced imaging technology available and collaborate with experienced practitioners at MCPHS and in premier healthcare institutions.

Leading-Edge Medical Imaging and Therapeutics Programs

All our programs are dedicated to educating qualified medical imaging and therapeutic professionals to assist in shaping the best practices of contemporary healthcare.

Leading-edge facilities

Students train on the latest technologies in their field. By performing high-quality diagnostic exams and therapeutic protocols within a multimodality framework, they are ready for real-world roles in the healthcare community.

Healthcare and biotech hub

Our campuses are located within reach of some of the most influential healthcare and biotech organizations in the world. MCPHS partners with many of these institutions to give students access to world-class medical and research facilities.

Professional experience

Degree programs at MCPHS provide valuable connections to alumni and clinical leaders who offer significant networking, mentoring, and career opportunities.

Stats and Facts

MCPHS adds up to be a strategic choice for a career in medical imaging and therapeutics.


job placement

for graduates of MCPHS Medical Imaging and Therapeutics programs


Earning Power

university in the U.S. for earning power (Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education)


return on investment

for return on investment (Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2019)

Seeing the Body’s Engine with Echocardiography

In the 13th episode of the MCPHS Bicentennial Podcast, The Secret to Living to 200, Jeffrey Hill explains the technology behind cardiac ultrasound and its critical diagnostic capabilities.
Jeffrey Hill

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Diagnostic Medical Sonography student in a clinical setting.

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MCPHS students looking at an x-ray.

Industry Leaders with a Passion for Teaching

At MCPHS, cutting-edge scholarship and professional affiliations go hand in hand with instruction and mentoring.

Frances Keech

Frances Keech

Dean of School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

Ebert, Kelly

Kelly Ebert

Program Director – Radiation Therapy

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics


Michael Farah

Program Director-Radiography

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

David Gilmore

David Gilmore

Program Director & Associate Professor, Nuclear Medicine Technology

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller

Program Director & Assistant Professor

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

Lori Nugent

Lori Nugent

Program Director & Assistant Professor, Magnetic Resonance Imaging

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

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