Radiology News

Lecture: Engineered fluorescent and bioluminescence probes for cellular and tissue imaging

Engineered Fluorescent and Bioluminescence Probes for Cellular and Tissue Imaging Molecular Imaging and Biology Seminar Presenter: Huiwang Ai, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics, Department of Chemistry, Resident faculty member of the Center for Membr …

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UVA, Foundation Radiology Group Partner to Expand Access to Specialized Medical Imaging

Charlottesville, Va., Aug. 28, 2017 – To expand access throughout Virginia to specialized, high-quality medical imaging, University of Virginia Health System and Foundation Radiology Group have signed a radiology and medical imaging services partnership agreement. “There is no question that the rapi …

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A Day in the Life of an IR Resident

A Day in the Life of an IR Resident A day in the life of a fourth year Interventional Radiology (IR) resident looks a lot different from the first years of residency. During the first three years of residency, IR residents follow a path similar to their peers, just with more IR exposure (read about …

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Nathan Finch Receives Mulholland Award

Nathan Finch Receives Mulholland Award On June 14th, 2017, Neuroradiology Fellow Nathan Finch was blown away when he received the Mulholland Award for Teaching Excellence in Foundations of Medicine.   Each year, first and second year medical students vote on a pool of nominees to “honor them fo …

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Your UVA Residency Interview Day: A Med Student’s Perspective

Your UVA Residency Interview Day: A Med Student’s Perspective After four years of medical school, many students decide to pursue specialized training in the form of a residency program. Dhara Kinariwala completed medical school at UVA and decided to study radiology further. Here she describes what i …

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