Annual Stipends 2014-2015
PGY 1 = $50,930
PGY 2 = $52,956
PGY 3 = $55,341
PGY 4 = $57,833
PGY 5 = $59,542
PGY 6 = $62,220
PGY 7 = $65,021
Radiology Learning Center
The two-level learning center is available 24 hours/day for all trainees. The lower level houses the library and a small kitchen. The upper level includes a lounge where residents can meet and relax, as well as a computer lab with access to all necessary institutional computer programs. The program also provides access to StatDX and the e-Anatomy website.
Mallinckrodt has a library of radiology textbooks located in the Radiology Learning Center that are reserved specifically for the use of trainees in the program. Fellows can check these out for self-study for their rotations, board review, etc.
Fellows also have access to Washington University School of Medicine’s Becker Medical Library.
Books are available for purchase from Matthews Medical Books at a discount. Fellows do not pay sales tax when ordered through the Radiology Learning Center.
Professional liability insurance is provided for claims arising from services performed while acting as a fellow.
A Missouri State license to practice medicine (permanent) is essential before beginning training. Fees associated with a temporary Missouri license and appropriate narcotics permits are paid by the department.
Fellows receive three weeks of scheduled vacation per academic year (July 1 through June 30).
Book and Travel Stipend
Fellows have $2,500 available each year to purchase books and supplies for their training as well as attend one or more national meetings.
Two lab coats and digital pagers are provided at no cost.
Free parking is available in a gated parking garage approximately two blocks from the medical center. Shuttle service is provided.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
A licensed professional counselor provides confidential assistance. Help with stress, financial, and legal problems, and other personal challenges is available at no cost.
Residents receive free software that enables access to Mallinckrodt’s computer network from home, using a high-speed Internet connection.
The Washington University/Barnes-Jewish Hospital Graduate Medical Education Consortium may offer other benefits and policies.