Radiology and Medical Imaging

The Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging offers two residency programs: a four-year ACCGME accredited program in Diagnostic Radiology, and a six-year integrated program in Interventional Radiology. Admission is highly competitive as our programs are two of the best in the country.

With nine subspecialties, those pursuing fellowships have the opportunity to pursue any aspect of diagnostic imaging and image-guided, minimally invasive, interventional and diagnostic techniques. Additionally, our Department is a leader in Imaging Research, consistently ranking as one of the top-funded departments within the SOM.

Spencer Sonali and student doctors

Global Health Leadership Track

The Spencer B. Gay Radiology Resident International Education Program and Global Health Leadership Track is designed for residents interested in the impact of imaging and image-guided interventions in global communities with limited resources.
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The de Lange Residency program: UVA residents in front of welcome sign

Residency Diversity and Inclusion Fund

The de Lange Residency Diversity and Inclusion Fund encourages applicants interested in enhancing diversity and inclusion in Radiology to come to UVA and join the efforts of the Department in this area during their residency.
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Keats Alumni Society

As a social and scientific reunion, the Society meets biennially to support and encourage the current trainees.
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UVA Radiology Trainee Recruitment Video

As recruitment for new residents must be done entirely online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we've created a video to give potential trainees a glimpse into our program, people and culture. Hear from current residents and our Department Chair about what makes UVA Radiology special while moving through the department's world-class facilities.

A Day In the Life of UVA Radiology Resident Xavier Mohammed, M.D. – COVID-19 Edition

New and prospective residents are often curious about what their daily life will be like at UVA Radiology. And in this time defined by COVID-19, how does the virus¬†impact that…

Radiology Nurse Martha Taylor Reflects on 34 Years at UVA Health, 14 Years in Radiology

In September 2020, Martha Taylor, a Radiology nurse, retired after 34 years at UVA Health. Before spending 14 years in the RADU, Martha was a nurse in the neonatal ICU…

UVA Radiology’s CT Team Rises to Challenges Brought by COVID-19

Like many in healthcare across the country, the UVA Radiology CT team has had to adapt to our radically different, COVID-19 world. As a critical, front-line component of care at…

Resident Andrew Renaldo Gives Back Through Big Brothers Big Sisters

Residency is usually a demanding time for doctors. Besides training at an increasingly complex and detailed level in their chosen specialty, residents are also taking on more responsibility and independence…


Recruitment looks very different this year and we've had to adapt to a "virtual" visit for our potential new trainees. Check out what we've created to give a glimpse into our program, people, and culture. #Cville #GoHoos #RadRes @SIRRFS @ACRRFS

What an incredible honor! So proud of all of our @UVAHealthnews team members for their hard work and dedication in providing the best possible care to our patients.

Join us for the second talk in our Keynote Lecture Series featuring Dr. Eric J. Keller (@Stanford) in an interactive, case study based discussion of "Applied Ethics in Radiology" Visit: for more info and to join the WebEx at 8:00pm EST on October 14th.

Thrilled to announce the opening of our new @UVAHealthnews Comprehensive Breast Care Center, which will provide patients with outstanding care in one centralized location. Thank you to everyone who helped make this dream a reality!


Register now for our 17th Annual Breast Care Conference Webinar: Following a Patient's Journey with Breast Cancer. For more info and to register visit:

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