The Radiology Interest Group (RIG) & Interventional Radiology Interest Group (IRIG) meet regularly to educate medical students about the field of radiology: elective rotation scheduling, residency applications, interviews, identify mentors and potential projects
Welcome to the UAMS Department of Radiology. Our Radiologists provide the most modern diagnostic imaging and interventional therapeutic services with the stated mission to improve health and patient care throughout Arkansas. We support inpatients in 3 major hospitals, extensive outpatient services, and Arkansas’ only adult and pediatric Level 1 Trauma Centers.
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Dr. Terry Angtuaco was inducted into the inaugural Fellowship class of the American Association for Women Radiologists (AAWR) at RSNA 2017. The AAWR was founded in 1981 to provide a forum for issues unique to women in radiology and related professions. AAWR sponsors programs that promote opportunities for women, facilitate networking, and provide mentorship for the next generation of women radiologists. While the need for gender diversity in radiology is a current topic of discussion nationally, at UAMS we are fortunate to recruit outstanding women to our training programs each year, and women lead more than half of our divisions and sections. This is in significant measure due to the role model of excellence in clinical care, education, and scholarship Dr. Angtuaco has provided through the years.
Dr. Sally Klein, who was the Diagnostic Radiology Program Director from 1993-2006, was also a charter member of AAWR.
We are currently taking applications for a 2018-19 Body MRI Fellowship position
If you are interested in applying for our fellowship program, please visit Fellowship Application Process.
Congratulations to all the R4s for passing the boards!!!
Dr. Charles Glasier has received the 2016 Editor’s Recognition Award with Distinction in recognition of his outstanding efforts as a reviewer for RADIOLOGY. This recognition is given to the top 10% of journal reviewers.
Radiology residents host Appreciation Lunch for radiology technologists
Dr. Aliza Brown develops the mobile training application
We Train 911
LITTLE ROCK — A mobile training application developed by a Dr. Aliza Brown aims to reduce mortality rates during emergency situations by helping dispatchers provide improved, more in-depth information to paramedics. Read more…
Dr. and Mrs. W.C. Culp Student Research Grant
The Dr. and Mrs. W.C. Culp Student Research Grant is designed to foster an interest in research by funding a summer research project conducted by a medical student in an area identified by the Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation as important to the advancement of interventional radiology and patient care. Guidelines, Apply Now