Radiologic Sciences

Gary Mlady, M.D., St. Louis University School of Medicine, Chair
Associate Professor
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Department of Radiology
MSC10 5530
1 University of New Mexico 87131-0001
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 272-0011, FAX (505) 272-5821

Elizabeth Greer, M.Ed., R.T., (R) (QM)
Director and Program Advisor, Radiologic Sciences
Department of Radiology
MSC09 5260
1 University of New Mexico 87131-0001
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 272-5254

Lynnette Trujillo, M.S., CNMT, R.T., (N)
Program Director, Nuclear Medicine
Nuclear Medicine Imaging Program
MSC09 5260
1 University of New Mexico 87131-0001
(505) 272-5254, FAX (505) 272-8079

Lecturers III
Rebecca Blankley, M.F.A., R.T., (R) (M) (CT) (MR)
Chandra Gerrard, B.S., R.T., (R) (CT) (MR) (QM)
Patrick Nye, B.S., CNMT, PET


Four options are listed for students seeking certification and/or a degree in Radiologic Sciences in either Nuclear Medicine or Medical Imaging.

  1. Nuclear Medicine Imaging Certificate Program
  2. Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences–Concentration in Nuclear Medicine
  3. Medical Imaging Certificate Programs
  4. Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences–Concentration in Medical Imaging

Tuition and Fees

Books, uniforms and fees (for those students attending clinical) are determined upon acceptance into our clinical programs. Tuition is determined by the Board of Regents each year for the following school year, beginning in fall.

To verify current tuition, visit the Bursar's Office Web site.

For financial aid information, please visit the Financial Aid Office Web site.

For program information, please visit the Radiologic Sciences Program Web site.

Please note, tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

Associated Programs

Nuclear Medicine

Medical Imaging


NUCM 315. Radiation Safety. (2)

NUCM 320. Clinical Nuclear Technology I. (4)

NUCM 354. Clinical Radiopharmacy. (3)

NUCM 360. Imaging Instrumentation I. (3)

NUCM 365. Clinical Nuclear Technology II. (4)

NUCM 375. Nuclear Physics and Instrumentation. (3)

NUCM 380. Nuclear Medicine Cross Sectional Anatomy. (2)

NUCM 385. Imaging Instrumentation II. (3)

NUCM 390. In Vitro Nuclear Medicine. (2)

NUCM 392. Pathology Seminar. (4)

NUCM 396. Essentials of Nuclear Medicine Imaging I. (3)

NUCM 400. Clinical Nuclear Technology III. (4)

NUCM 412. Nuclear Radiation Biology. (2)

NUCM 415. Essentials of Nuclear Medicine Imaging II. (2)

RADS 330. Patient Care. (2)

RADS 331. Patient Care Lab. (1)

RADS 378. Current Problems I. (3)

RADS 381. Medical Language Systems Review. (1)

RADS 398. Current Problems II. (3)

RADS 405. Medical Imaging Theory II. (3)

RADS 406. Medical Imaging Theory III. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)

RADS 410. Physics of Computed Tomography. (3)

RADS 411. Physics of Computed Tomography II. (3)

RADS 412. Computed Tomography Physics Review. (1)

RADS 420. Computed Tomography Clinical I. (3)

RADS 421. Computed Tomography Clinical II. (3)

RADS 422. Computed Tomography Clinical III. (3)

RADS 450. Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging I. (3)

RADS 451. Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging II. (3)

RADS 452. MRI Physics Review. (1)

RADS 460. MRI Clinical I. (3)

RADS 461. MRI Clinical II. (3)

RADS 462. MRI Clinical III. (3)

RADS *480. Human Cross Sectional Anatomy. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)

RADS 481. Medical Imaging Pathology. (3)

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1 University of New Mexico
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