Research by Clinical Division

Active research programs are supported by each of the subspecialty divisions in the Department of Radiology.

Division of Abdominal Imaging studies include the diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma, standardized reporting and the significance of incidental lesions. Learn more >>

Division of Breast Imaging studies include tomosynthesis and MRI for the diagnosis of breast cancer, preoperative ultrasound cancer staging and the assessment of neoadjuvant chemotherapy response. Learn more >>

Division of Cardiothoracic Imaging studies include pulmonary embolism, noninvasive cardiac imaging clinical trials and CT lung cancer screening. Learn more >>

Division of Emergency Radiology studies include structured reporting, the autopopulation of imaging reports and emergency imaging utilization. Learn more >>

Division of Musculoskeletal Imaging studies include methods for resident training, structured reporting and the perioperative imaging of spine surgery. Learn more >>

Division of Neuroradiology studies include the diagnosis and prognosis of traumatic brain injury, cognitive aging, hydrocephalus and the imaging of epilepsy. Learn more >>

Division of Nuclear Medicine studies include the imaging of pulmonary embolism, cardiac innervation imaging and multimodality diagnosis algorithms. Learn more >>

Division of Pediatric Imaging studies include radiation reduction, bedside/intensive care imaging applications and appendicitis. Learn more >>

Division of Ultrasound studies include applications of 3-D sonography, trainee education and transplant graft evaluation. Learn more >>

Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology studies include determining the efficacy of embolization procedures, catheter treatment of thromboembolism and the development of transcaval biopsy. Learn more >>