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The VCU Department of Radiology is at the forefront of academic radiology departments. Faculty members offer clinical, technological, educational and research initiatives that train the next generation of radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians. We are dedicated to our Image of Excellence through the fulfillment of our Mission & Vision.
VCU Department of Radiology faculty and full-time research scientists uphold the tradition of innovative discoveries and excellence in research.
Our research portfolio extends from basic activities to clinical trials, including:
Innovative Procedures, Cutting-Edge Technologies
The field of radiology encompasses a wide range of special procedures and the VCU Department of Radiology, through a series of strategic expansions, offers several innovative procedures, including cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), breast MRI, fetal MRI, venous ablation, uterine fibroid embolization radioimmunotherapy and virtual colonography.Learn About Our Special Procedures
Each year the radiology residents recognize faculty members for their unyielding dedication to teaching the next generations of radiologists in a series of Excellence Awards. The recipients of the 2021 awards include:
Each year radiology residents and fellows are recognized for their academic excellence and intellectual curiosity. The 2021 resident and fellow recipients include:
The sheer volume of overdoses makes the need for a program like this unprecedented. “We’re witnessing a pandemic within a pandemic.”
The governor’s tour featured stops inside several classroom and laboratory spaces, where he met with students, faculty and leaders from the university and health system.
The results of the study, published this month, show several areas of significantly lower vaccination coverage, including predominantly rural localities.
A study by researchers, including Dr. Bassam Dahman from VCU School of Medicine, found that vaccination provided patients with cirrhosis 100% protection against hospitalization and death from COVID-19 28 days after their first dose.
It is spreading rapidly across the United States and is more infectious than the original strain of the virus.
VCU Health infectious disease expert Michael Stevens explains what we know so far.
July 15 is the deadline to provide your COVID-19 vaccine documentation or submit an exemption request to University Student Health Services.
Daniel Conway’s study of tissue and organ cell function, funded by the National Institutes of Health, may provide clues into the development and progression of cancer and other diseases.
As members of the VCU Department of Radiology in the VCU School of Medicine we have a responsibility to condemn racism and all forms of discrimination. We will continue to own our history with transparency and humility, learning from the mistakes of the past and building on strengths of the present to create a more just and equitable future. We are committed to fostering open dialogue with the community to inform meaningful actions and long-term, ongoing engagement.Visit VCU Diversity, Equity and Inclusion