Neuroradiologist Edward Quigley, MD, PhD, and the ANVIL team are creating virtual and physical models to help educate patients and physicians about complex surgical situations.... Read MoreRadiology
Department of Radiology
Serving people from across the state and Mountain West, the Department of Radiology at University of Utah Health offers every clinical imaging subspecialty and provides the most advanced, state-of-the-art technology available to diagnose and treat disease. Our highly skilled team of radiologists, nurses, and technologists perform and read over 250,000 exams each year.
Our department boasts over 40 board certified sub-specialist radiologists that have expertise in body, neuro, musculoskeletal, chest, cardiac, breast and women’s imaging, and more. Patients can feel assured that when they visit our world-renowned department they are being attended to by some of the most skilled radiologists anywhere.
Fourteen emerging investigators in the field of imaging sciences met in Salt Lake City to present at the Imaging Elevated Symposium and convene a lively, open-ended discussion with University of Utah faculty about future directions in the field.... Read MoreRadiology
In summer 2017, Wylie Foss became the first medical student to receive a Perseon scholarship for an immersive 4-week program with the interventional radiology program at U of U Health.... Read MoreRadiology
One of just 17 entities qualified as a PLE nationwide, U Health now puts expert physicians in the driver’s seat for determining what studies should be used for which patients.... Read MoreRadiology
Inventing the N-Localizer for Stereotactic Neurosurgery: the Story of a Young Researcher in Radiology and Imaging Sciences
Russ Brown, MD, PhD, is a University of Utah School of Medicine graduate who invented the N-localizer used for stereotactic neurosurgery as a young third-year medical student.... Read MoreRadiology
Darla Rogers’ stage IV colon cancer was an unwelcome surprise, but thanks in part to the interventional radiology technique of radioembolization using Y-90 microspheres, she is still fighting the cancer and feeling great, three years later.... Read MoreRadiology