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.

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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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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Bon Secours is First in Virginia to Use A.I. to Help Detect Early Signs of Stroke, Reports Dr. David Loy

According to Dr. David Loy, MD, PhD, neuroradiologist, Assistant Professor of Radiology and Medical Imaging at UVA, and Co-Medical director of the Comprehensive Stroke Center at Bon Secours St. Mary's…

Dr. Ziv Haskal Debuts New VR Video of Benign Thyroid Nodule Ablation

Last weekend, Dr. Ziv Haskal debuted a new virtual reality educational video featuring Dr. Auh Wan Park treating benign thyroid nodules with ablation to around 200 physicians wearing VR headsets…

Photos from 2019 Tegtmeyer Lecture – Dr. Daniel Picus, M.D.

On Thursday, October 3, Dr. Daniel Picus, M.D., Professor and Vice Chair of Radiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, delivered the 11th annual Tegtmeyer Lecture at…

Theresa Harris Receives First-Ever RAD-ICAL Award

The RAD-ICAL¬†Award is given quarterly to a UVA Radiology and Medical Imaging team member who goes above and beyond in caring for patients and families. On September 6, the first…

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Thank you to everyone who joined us for our 2019 IR Symposium this past weekend! We were thrilled by the turnout and the enthusiasm of the attendees. The future of IR is bright.

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Happy #RadTechWeek from our pancake flipping radiology managers! We're celebrating this whole week with fun events, food, and a ton of appreciation for our techs.

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Last Friday we held our 2nd Annual #Ladyologist Day where we celebrated our female faculty and trainees and their contributions to our department. We're thankful for our alumni society, The Keats Society, and our Diversity and Inclusion Program for sponsoring. #RadXX

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We'd like to say a huge "thank you" to Dr. Daniel Picus from
@WUSTLmed for speaking at our 11th Annual Tegtmeyer Lecture about complications of laparoscopic cholecystectomy and the role of #IRads.

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Live VR thyroid ablation in an unmatched #VirtualReality first, at #CIO2019. See it: in headsets with hundreds of attendees; in 8k on screen; or live-cast in 360. It'll *all* be there at CIO. And Thyroid is your next ablation frontier. @JVIRmedia See the Promo, below. https://t.co/sPGcEZhv3A

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