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The School of Medical Imaging and Radiological Sciences

About us 

Since 1895 Roentgen discovered that X-ray beams had the capabilities for imaging human bodies in non-invasive imaging methods and provided physicians with the information for direct diagnostic judgment. This concept is then developed into different imaging techniques, such as X-ray imaging, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, positron computed tomography, etc. In current clinical medicine, these modalities are used as the basis for medical diagnosis. 

Radiation beams can be used as diagnosis tools in medical imaging. In addition, we can also take advantage of higher-energetic radiation beams or radionuclides to treat neoplastic diseases (radiation treatment). As an old saying goes, "The water that bears the boat is the same that swallows it.", in medicine, radiation can provide clinical diagnostic imaging and treatment; on the other hand, it is necessary to provide and maintain radiation safety of working environment. All these factors are making medical imaging an increasingly booming area.

Personnel training at home and abroad

The passing rate of national examinations and graduate employment rate are all over ninety percent.

overseas internship and employment

Alumni cohesion

In both academia and industry, our graduate have a good reputation as being serious and responsible. The rate of employer satisfaction is over 90 percent.

Our alumni are frequently in touch and have strong cohesion.