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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Dr. Reza Daugherty Featured on UVA Health’s ‘Healthy Balance’ Blog

Healthy Balance, the UVA Health blog, regularly interviews providers from all over the health system in their '7 Quick Questions' series. Dr. Reza Daugherty, Chief of Pediatric Radiology at UVA,…

UVA Interventional Radiology Residency Program Hosts Two Virtual Events for Medical Students This Fall

The UVA Interventional Radiology Residency program will host two free, virtual events this fall for medical students interested in learning more about IR and the UVA IR Residency program. On…

UVA’s Efforts to Protect Radiologists From COVID-19 Highlighted in ‘Diagnostic Imaging’

Arun Krishnaraj, UVA Radiology's vice chair of quality and safety and abdominal imaging section chief, shared details of how the department is taking steps to protect radiologists from COVID-19 with…

Dr. Juan Olazagasti Travels to Puerto Rico to Help Residents in the Wake of Devastating Earthquakes

Dr. Juan Olazagasti, Associate Professor of Radiology and Medical Imaging, recently traveled to Puerto Rico to assist World Central Kitchen in preparing meals for island residents left without water or…

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Meet one of our fantastic DR chief residents, Patty Ojeda @RadDocOjeda, who will be an MSK fellow @UVARadiology next year! We are lucky to have her as an advocate and representative of our residency. https://rad.washington.edu/radiology-personnel/pojeda/
#radres #womeninradiology

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Tomorrow is our final session of the Virtual Residency Trail! Prospective Residents can still register to join in this networking opportunity, so don't miss out!

ALL PROSPECTIVE RESIDENTS: Join this GME sponsored initiative "Residency in the Time of COVID" where we will discuss coronavirus innovations and treatments at UVA and its impact on residency training. AUG 13th at 6 pm
REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/gmevrt
@UVaGMEO @uvahcdi

The University of Virginia announced detailed plans for a safe return to Grounds -- including mandatory testing for students and expectations for behaviors that minimize the risk of the infection or spread of COVID-19. https://news.virginia.edu/content/uva-announces-details-plan-virus-prevention-detection-and-response?utm_source=UTwitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=news

We pulled the trigger and stopped "shielding" on all imaging tests as of July 1. Read below to find out why.
https://blog.radiology.virginia.edu/is-radiation-shielding-still-necessary-during-my-imaging-exam/

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