Nuclear Medicine Technology

The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program at the University of Findlay provides the field of nuclear medicine with technologists who are highly skilled, knowledgeable, conscientious, and competent providers of high-quality patient care in the medical community.

What is nuclear medicine technology?
Nuclear medicine technology is concerned with the safe and effective use of radioactive materials for the diagnosis of various pathological diseases and for the treatment of some specific disorders. Learn more about nuclear medicine technology.
The Nuclear Medicine Institute (NMI) at the University of Findlay is known worldwide as one of the best and most established programs with a history of graduating more than 1750 nuclear medicine technologists over the years. Started in 1966 in Cleveland, Ohio, NMI moved to the campus of then-Findlay College in 1984. NMI is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine (JRCNMT).
We are proud to have scholarships and awards available for our nuclear medicine students. Learn more about our scholarships.

This degree program is eligible for Choose Ohio First scholarship funding.

NMI graduates work in a variety of settings including:

Medical Centers
Community Hospitals
University Teaching Hospitals
Imaging Centers
Private Industry
Government Institutions

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