Overview

Radiology Research Services

The VCU Department of Radiology collaborates with various departments on patient diagnosis and treatment by providing ancillary services for research projects. From chest radiographs (x-rays) to bone scans, from computed tomography (CT) to single-photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) scanning and everything in between, we’re here to provide these valuable services.

Radiology services and fees vary and they are determined on a case-by-case basis. Successful implementation of research protocols is dependent on involving the VCU Department of Radiology early in the planning process.  We assist researchers needing use of our facilities, technology and professional expertise. Our department will also provide logistical planning and protocol set up for the radiology services.

Getting Started

REDcap Application

Submit a Request for VCU Health System Clinical, Nursing, and Ancillary Support Form, located in the REDcap application. For radiology services, select "Radiology" from the list of Ancillary Services.

Upload the Trial Protocol, Laboratory Specimen Processing Manual (if applicable) and Western Institutional Review Board/Institutional Review Board (WIRB/IRB) Approval (if available) that are part of your project.

Once the request has been submitted in the application, an email will be generated and sent to the research team automatically. A Pricing Proposal will be sent to you via e-mail.

The Principal Investigator (or her/his designee) should sign and return the Pricing Proposal to the VCU Department of Radiology via the REDcap application.

Access the Ancillary Request Form

Image Resource Center

The VCU Department of Radiology Image Resource Center (IRC) fulfills research imaging and anonymization requests.

For in-house requests, please contact S. Kathleen Lewis at sarah.lewis@vcuhealth.org or fax (804) 828-5427 to obtain an in-house radiology request form.

Completed forms may be forwarded via fax (804) 828-5427. Processing time depends on the number of requested patient records.

Questions About Radiology Research Services

If you are interested in working with our outstanding team of radiologists and technologists, please contact us: