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The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine continues to strengthen the education, research and clinical programs it offers while fortifying the alignment between the IU School of Medicine and IU Health/IU Health Physicians. The department is expanding research infrastructure, training the next generation of health care providers, and recruiting new talent to improve population health in Indiana and beyond.

As part of the department’s core areas of focus, the radiology teaching faculty are applying new imaging techniques and technologies as well as minimally invasive image-guided procedures to improve healthcare delivery with a strong focus on quality, safety and outcomes.

Education

Education

The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences offers MD coursework as well as residency and fellowship programs for specialized training.
Research

Research

Research involving radiology is being conducted in almost every field of medicine, and IU School of Medicine Department of Radiology faculty and students are deeply involved with work to improve clinical diagnostics and patient care.
Clinical Care

Clinical Care

Using advanced radiology equipment and techniques, recognized specialists in this area of medicine work collaboratively to provide diagnosis and treatment. This is particularly valuable for patients with complex conditions that have defied diagnosis or not responded to traditional treatment.
13
Open Residency Positions Each Year
17
Open Fellowship Positions Each Year
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Radiology Teaching Faculty
Scott D. Steenburg, MD

Scott D. Steenburg, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences
Through a studious process of discovery and refinement, Dr. Steenburg found his calling in Emergency Radiology. He hopes to help inspire our trainees to find the subspecialty that is right for them.
Juan G. Tejada, MD

Juan G. Tejada, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology & Imaging Sciences
With a special interest in the vascular part of an elective neurosurgery rotation in his senior year of medical school, Dr. Tejada decided to switch his future specialty from neurosurgery to interventional neuroradiology.

Train with World-Renowned Experts

The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences is home to physicians who are respected throughout the world, including Kumar Sandrasegaran, who works on the forefront of liver and pancreas research; Dean D.T. Maglinte, a lifetime of knowledge and decades of experience in fluoroscopy and enteroclysis; Matthew Johnson, who is focused on exploring the boundaries of interventional radiology and liver cancer treatment; Richard Gunderman, a prolific writer and leader in the field of education and professional ethics; and Boaz Karmazyn, a leading pediatric radiology researcher at Riley Hospital for Children, highly respected in his field.

Graduate Medical Education Programs

The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences offers residency and fellowship programs in a wide range of subspecialty areas, including neuroradiology, breast radiology, abdominal radiology, chest radiology, musculoskeletal radiology, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and pediatric radiology.

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