Radiology and Imaging Sciences

Emergency Radiology Research

Emergency Radiology at Indiana University School of Medicine conducts research in a variety of imaging modalities, including: imaging of bowel and mesenteric injuries; quality and dose reduction; use of advanced computed tomography (CT) techniques for soft tissue injury quantification; CT to quantify the magnitude of soft tissue injury and extravascular blood products in the setting of multi-system trauma; use of multi-phase CT for the quantification of active bleeding rate in the setting of blunt abdominopelvic trauma; and, imaging utilization in the setting of blunt neck injuries.

Residency

Residents work side-by-side with emergency radiology (ER) faculty at IU Health Methodist Hospital and have roles that are more autonomous at IU Health Riley Hospital for Children and Eskenazi Health. All residents within the Diagnostic Radiology residency rotate within and are staffed by the Emergency Radiology Division.

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Fellowship

The Emergency Radiology Fellowship Program at IU School of Medicine is a one-year, non-ACGME-accredited program that provides experience and training for those interested in furthering their careers as emergency radiologists. Training takes place primarily at IU Health Methodist Hospital, where fellows interpret hundreds of exams and explore unique modalities concentrating on radiography and computed tomography.

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