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Giving to the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine helps maintain the highest quality of education and research.


Generous donors make it possible for the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at the Indiana University School of Medicine to offer some of the top training programs in the United States. Thanks to generous financial support, department faculty and staff have maintained an exceptional level of training for future radiologists.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Fund provides a variety of support to growing department initiatives. From creating pipelines toward radiology for students and trainees underrepresented in the field to establishing resources and processes that create better inclusion and representation for department colleagues and patients, this fund aims to make radiology more accessible and inclusive for all.

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Women in Radiology 

Gifts to the Women in Radiology Fund help make the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine one of the most diverse and supportive programs in the country. The Fund supports women radiologists and trainees through leadership development, outreach events and other opportunities for professional development in order to improve the demographic of the specialty.

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Radiologic Sciences Education Fund

The Radiologic Sciences Education Fund supports the ongoing efforts of the faculty and students in the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Program, including travel expenses for students who are selected for presentations at national conferences.

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Radiology Education Fund

Philanthropic support to this endowment allows the department to offer resident education experiences beyond the regular IU School of Medicine curriculum and is essential for paying educational materials, equipment and other needs of trainees. In addition, this fund allows residents to attend the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) course, a four-week intensive course in Washington, D.C.

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