Saint Louis University

Master of Science Degree in Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics- (MIT)

Saint Louis University's Master of Science in Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics program is for students with a background in radiologic or therapeutic science who want to pursue a new area of study for educational and research purposes.

Area of Focus: Radiation Therapy

Area of Focus: Nuclear Medicine

Area of Focus: Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Clinical Sites
Specific to the MIT program, Washington University School of Medicine is the only site. To see the sites where MIT students will be attending the clinical portion of their hands-on training, they will need to visit the undergraduate program website for their second modality of training.

+ Radiation Therapy
+ Nuclear Medicine Technology
+ Magnetic Resonance Imaging


Welcome from the Program's Administrative Faculty

Program Director, Debra Hewing

Our program is a unique graduate offering in the field of radiologic sciences that presents multi-modality training along with clinical trials preparation. We are excited about our novel graduate program and the opportunities available in the St. Louis metropolitan area.


Medhat M. Osman, MD, PhD, Program Director, 
Debra Hewing, MBA, CNMT, RT(N), NCT, CCRP, Program Coordinator

Admission Requirements for Health Sciences B.S.


Careers in Health Science


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