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Radiology and Imaging Sciences

Fostering education and professional growth for the next generation of radiologists

The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Indiana University 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, expert radiology teaching faculty are applying new imaging techniques and technologies as well as minimally invasive image-guided procedures to improve health care delivery with a strong focus on quality, safety and outcomes. 

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The department is actively searching for enthusiastic radiologists to join the ranks! Whether it's a position in  neuroradiology, breast radiology, abdominal radiology, chest radiology, musculoskeletal radiology or emergency radiology—discover a position in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine.

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Training

The department offers some of the most advanced and comprehensive residency and fellowship programs in the country.
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Research

In 2021, the department ranked #17 as one of the most highly funded departments in the country by the NIH, bringing in more than $9 million in research focused on radiology advancements.
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Initiatives

Staying engaged with colleagues and the Indianapolis community is just as vital to the growth and fulfillment of faculty, staff and trainees in the department.
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Clinical Care

Using state-of-the-art radiology equipment and techniques, radiology and imaging experts work to provide diagnosis and treatment, enhancing clinical care for complex conditions.
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LGBTQ+ Radiology Interest Group
A group for LGBTQ+ individuals and allies within the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine.

Nine Irish Bros

DEIJ Monthly Huddle for Radiology and Imaging Sciences
A monthly huddle for the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Committee.

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56 current residents
$9,338,853 in NIH funding for 2021
170 radiology faculty
trainee and faculty spotlight

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice in Radiology

IU School of Medicine is dedicated to supporting an inclusive and diverse experience for all faculty, trainees and staff. The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences works to bring together individuals with different perspectives to provide an educational and training experience as unique as it is competitive. With the support of the department chair, the department’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Committee is committed to recruiting faculty, residents and fellows from varying backgrounds.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Committee

Women in Radiology

60518-Shaw, Yolanda

Yolanda Shaw, MD

Diagnostic Radiology, PGY 3

7131-Mosier, Kristine

Kristine Mosier, DMD, PhD

Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences

6744-Patel, Aashish

Aashish Patel, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology & Imaging Sciences

A graduate of Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Yolanda is currently in her third-year of residency. Not only is she actively involved in connecting and collaborating with fellow trainees, but she's also heavily involved in the department's Black Radiology Interest Group and has participated in several  conferences, including 2021 SNMA.

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Discover other residents

Not only is Kristine a tenured professor, but she's also division chief for Head and Neck Imaging and a nationally recognized lecturer. Recently, she was named Associate Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs, Professional Development and Wellness, where she actively works with and mentors faculty with supported academic time.

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Learn about Head and Neck Radiology

A graduate of IU School of Medicine and the department's residency program, Aashish thrives in patient care and is passionate in support the professional development of his colleagues. He also is the division chief for Abdominal Radiology, where he helps lead fellow radiologists in their clinical efforts at hospitals around Indianapolis.

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Remembering Jack

From being the first Black tenured professor at IU School of Medicine to being an active member of his community—John A. "Jack" Smith, MD was an influential member of the department. He contributed in small and large ways to all who knew him, and has become a legend to new trainees and faculty who continue to join the department and learn about his efforts and countless accomplishments. To commemorate his memory, the department recently organized the John Arthur "Jack" Smith Black Radiology Interest Group (BRIG), which provides a space for Black radiologists to collaborate and share their experiences both in and outside of work. 

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Precision Health

Advocating for those left behind in research

When it comes to academic research, credit for the effort nearly always goes to an MD, PhD or RN. However, rarely do stories or news releases bring to light the empowering work and contributions that staff and members of the community make within the world of research.

Sonder Collins  |  Aug 16, 2022

Research Updates

Understanding bias in medical imaging AI

Experts at Indiana University participated in a nationwide effort to develop artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can accurately identify self-reported race through medical images.

Sonder Collins  |  May 16, 2022