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Find information on the Diagnostic Radiology Residency in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine.

Diagnostic Radiology Residency

The Radiology Residency program at Indiana University School of Medicine is an ACGME-accredited, four-year program that provides crucial training for trainees to develop expertise in all areas of diagnostic and interventional radiology. The passion for education of the 120 subspecialty expert and community radiologists contributes to the collaborative, resident-centric excellence of this program. The IU School of Medicine Radiology Residency also leverages the considerable resources available through the school’s partnership with one of the leading hospital systems in the country, IU Health. Program residents are well-equipped to serve as leaders, consultative experts and patient advocates in whatever practice environment they choose after graduation.

Application Process

Discover application requirements, position availability, program progression and other unique facts to learn how the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at IU School of Medicine is one of the best programs in the country. 

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Clinical Experience

From Level-1 trauma centers to the state’s epicenter of academic tertiary and quaternary referrals, learn about the diverse clinical training the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program offers trainees. 

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Hear from current residents why they chose the Diagnostic Radiology Program for their training and Indianapolis as their new home.

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Radiology Residency in Indianapolis

Medical students who are considering a Diagnostic Radiology Residency in Indianapolis can call either (317) 944-1816 or (317) 948-2449 to speak with an educational coordinator. Prospective residents can also learn more about IU School of Medicine’s Graduate Medical Education program, including details on stipends, benefits, policies and more.

Leadership in Radiology Education

The IU School of Medicine Radiology Residency is nationally recognized as a leader in the cultivation of radiology education experts. Residents take advantage of opportunities to exercise their educational aptitudes by teaching medical students and radiology technologist students, through their leadership in multidisciplinary conferences, and in a variety of peer-teaching sessions. Exemplary faculty educational role-models provide feedback to bolster these essential, generalizable teaching skills in residents. Students and residents in the department benefit from regular opportunities to collaborate with faculty on educational research publication and national meeting presentations.

Program Leadership


6565-Agarwal, Atul

Atul Agarwal, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology & Imaging Sciences

Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency

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26743-Donatelli, John

John M. Donatelli, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology & Imaging Sciences

Associate Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency

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Residency coordinators
40962-Davis, Korbin

Korbin M. Davis, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology & Imaging Sciences

Associate Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency

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8793-Harry, Lauren

Lauren M. Harry, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology & Imaging Sciences

Associate Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency

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Wade Chatmon, MBA

Clinical Education Leader and Program Manager

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Dorothy Brown-Johnson

Residency Coordinator

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Christa Stubbs

Clinical Education Coordinator

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Career Development Opportunities

In addition to the substantial clinical and educational Radiology Faculty out to lunchgrowth during residency, the department's family of residents enjoys a substantial number of high-quality opportunities to grow in “extracurricular” areas of radiology. The department offers a dedicated Leadership Conference Series organized and facilitated by nationally recognized leader in radiology, Richard Gunderman, MD, PhD. The department's Women in Radiology Group is comprised of trainees and faculty that meet regularly for guest speaker events, mentoring and volunteer opportunities.

The department's residency Academic Research Track (ART) equips trainees in the finer points of research through a dedicated conference series. Residents whose projects are accepted through the ART also receive a bonus 10 percent dedicated research time longitudinally while on their clinical rotations throughout the academic year. These highlights and numerous additional career development opportunities exist and are regularly created by the department's talented group of residents.

Fellowship Training Opportunities

The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine provides comprehensive fellowship opportunities. Fellowship positions are available in all subspecialty areas, and many of the department's resident graduates choose to benefit from the continuity of training with the expert faculty who serve as mentors and close colleagues to residents. Many other residents enjoy the benefit of IU School of Medicine’s excellent reputation by matching at some of the most prestigious radiology subspecialty fellowships in the country.

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