Radiology and Imaging Sciences

Emergency Radiology

The Division of Emergency Radiology provides adult and pediatric emergency radiology expertise to multiple hospitals and health care systems throughout Indiana. With unparalleled regional experience in emergency radiology, this team of physicians staffs three of Indiana’s four level one-trauma centers. In total, Indiana University School of Medicine emergency radiologists support 15 IU Health-affiliated hospital emergency departments across the state. This support encompasses all major imaging modalities utilized in emergency settings, including computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound and X-ray, as well as nuclear medicine and fluoroscopy. Emergency radiology faculty of IU School of Medicine are board-certified in diagnostic radiology and active in multiple national radiology organizations, including the American Society of Emergency Radiology, the Radiological Society of North America and the American Roentgen Ray Society. These faculty physicians support the educational and research missions of IU School of Medicine and are active in the training of radiology residents as well as fellows and medical students.

Research

Research

Members of the Emergency Radiology division participate in a variety of trauma-related multi-disciplinary research projects. Areas of active research focus on advanced CT imaging of polytrauma patients
Training

Training

Radiology residents are involved at all levels of care while rotating within the Emergency Radiology Division, including in-house call experience at IU Health hospitals in Indianapolis.
Clinical

Clinical

The Emergency Radiology Division consists of 19 radiologists, all certified by the American Board of Radiology (ABR), responsible for providing around the clock emergency room coverage at IU Health Methodist Hospital and after-hours coverage.
2
million dollars in funding from the Department of the Army
35
peer-reviewed publications
1
largest academic emergency radiology division in the United States