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The American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) Virtual Symposium on COVID-19 is January 22, 2021 and features VCU Department of Radiology Mark S. Parker, MD, symposium course director, and Shaimma Fadl, MD. Follow the link to learn more and to register.ARRS Virtual Symposium on COVID-19
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.
Our Department includes more than 45 faculty members who are nationally and internationally known for their expertise and innovative procedures.
We are internationally recognized in a full range of radiology and nuclear medicine expertise.
We offer diagnostic radiology residency and subspecialty fellowship programs.
Click on each accordion to learn more about the Division of Diagnostic Radiology special radiology sections.
The Division of Diagnostic Radiology includes several specialty sections. Follow each link to learn more about the specialty, faculty, and procedures:
Special Radiology Procedures
Click on the cards to learn more about our special radiology procedures.
Mamma Mia is a self-guided program and, if proven effective, may be a low-cost, sustainable option to help prevent or cope with depressive symptoms.
Oct. 24 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, an event to raise awareness of prescription misuse and abuse and provide a safe way to dispose of unused or expired medications.
A VCU researcher is working on building a targeted portfolio of in-demand medications that includes antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin.
What motivates VCU students to put on their masks every day?
VCU’s Robert Winn has identified a variation in the “ACE” gene — one that provides “a strong argument” for using blood pressure and heart failure drugs to manage severe symptoms of the coronavirus.
Asymptomatic prevalence testing is quick, easy and free — and it helps our community stay safe.
The social media platform’s 2019 policy to curb vaccine misinformation has led to an increase in the presence of verified medical sources, but a reduction in content visibility.
States that reopened sooner, such as Texas, Arizona and Florida, experienced summer surges, report says.
The VCU Department of Radiology offers diagnostic and interventional services at multiple locations throughout the VCU Health System. Explore our locations to learn more about where we work:
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.