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UVA Radiology Keynote Lecture Series: “State-of-the-Art Cross-Sectional Imaging After Trans-Arterial Therapies Especially TARE of Hepatic Malignancies

Frank Miller, MD; Rachita Khot, MD; A.J. Pesch, MD Moderated by Ziv Haskal, MD Wednesday, May 25th, 8:00-9:00pm Zoom Link Learning Objectives Discuss unique aspects of interpretation of transarterial radioembolization…

Reflections From Our 2022 Graduating Radiology Residents

To celebrate and honor our residents graduating in 2022, we asked each of them to share some reflections on their time at UVA as well as their plans for next…

Photos from the 2022 Keats Society Homecoming Weekend

View photos from the 2022 Keats Society Homecoming Weekend, a biennial gathering of the alumni society of the UVA Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging. After a three year break…

Dr. Arun Krishnaraj Profiled in ACR’s Imaging 3.0 ‘Changemakers’ Series

The American College of Radiology (ACR)'s Imaging 3.0 initiative is working to ensure that radiologists play a key role in evolving health care delivery and and payment models. It provides…

2022 Theodore E. Keats Endowed Lecture: “Why Health Equity Is In Radiology’s Lane” By Dr. Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR

  Friday, April 29th, 5:00 - 6:15pm WebEx Link Please join us for “Why Health Equity is in Radiology’s Lane,” the 2022 Theodore E. Keats Endowed Lecture with Dr. Geraldine…

Robert Growden, Jr. Selected as November 2021 Uteam Member of the Month

Interventional Radiology Supervising Imaging Tech Robert Growden, Jr. was selected as the Medical Center's UTeam Member of the Month for November 2021.

Dr. Carrie Rochman Among Investigators for New Focused Ultrasound Immunotherapy Clinical Trial for Breast Cancer

Dr. Carrie Rochman, breast imager and Associate Professor of Radiology and Medical Imaging, is among the investigators for a new clinical trial at the University of Virginia exploring focused ultrasound-induced…

Doll-Sized MRI Machine Helps Kids Overcome Exam Anxiety

Loud noises, a tunnel, strangers, and an unfamiliar place. It sounds like the beginning of a scary story! It's no wonder kids get scared when they come for an MRI.…

Imaging Reveals Secrets of Medieval Manuscript

UVA diagnostic technologist Gordon Songer and CT technologist Brandie Powell are experts at positioning and imaging patients, creating high-quality medical images that radiologists and other physicians can then interpret to…

UVA MRI Thrives in Complex and Changing Conditions

This article is one in a series of articles highlighting different modality teams at UVA Radiology. We've previously gotten to know teams and people in mammography, radiology nursing, diagnostic radiology,…