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Generous donors make it possible for the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at the Indiana University School of Medicine to continue to offer one of the top training programs in the United States. Thanks to your gifts generous financial support, the faculty and staff of this department have maintained an exceptional level of training for future radiologists. These highly skilled individuals will one day join other IU School of Medicine-trained radiologists as among the best in their field. Philanthropic support allows the department to offer experiences that go beyond the required curriculum of the School of Medicine and is essential to pay for educational materials, equipment and other training needs.

IU-Kenya AMPATH Radiology Program

The mission of this fund is to build a partnership between the IU Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences and the Moi University School of Medicine in Eldoret, Kenya, in order to provide enhanced care to people of western Kenya, to further IU’s mission, and to encourage others to give to IU.

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Radiologic Sciences Education Fund

The Radiologic Sciences Education Fund allows the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Programs to expand learning and professional growth opportunities for students. We have been able to send students to present their research at national meetings and to participate in leadership development programs through the national societies. As a result, a number of these students have gone on to hold leadership positions in the profession and publish their research.

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Radiology Education Fund

Philanthropic support allows us to offer experiences beyond the regular curriculum of the School of Medicine and is essential to pay for educational materials, equipment and other needs of our trainees. Expenditures may include but are not limited to, support of education research electives, radiology residency education experiences, Armed Forces institute of Pathology (AFIP) schooling, visiting professors, and other expenses which may best serve special education opportunities within the department.

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