Nuclear medicine technology is a health-related profession concerned with use of radioactive materials for diagnostic, therapeutic, and research purposes. The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program prepares students for entry-level positions as staff technologists.
The Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) Program offers a certificate program enabling nuclear medicine technologists to sit for the Computed Tomography (CT) certification exams offered by the ARRT and NMTCB.
Our CME programs offer physicians and allied health care professionals continuous improvement opportunities in patient health care via evidence-based educational activities focusing on advances in medicine, new medical technology, biomedical research and changes in the health care environment.
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