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Our Integrated Interventional Radiology residency program offers a combination of diagnostic training and the technical skills to apply that knowledge to minimally invasive interventions.

The program is supported within the department by nationally and internationally recognized leaders in radiology with expertise in cardiac, thoracic, musculoskeletal, trauma imaging, vascular, neuro-vascular, cross-sectional interventional techniques, quality assessment, and information technologies.

The foundation of the comprehensive interventional radiology program is deeply rooted in the diagnostic radiology learning. Trainees develop excellent clinical and procedural experience along with abundant academic instruction appropriate for a career in a private or academic practice.

The University of Maryland Medical Center is a busy tertiary care hospital, a designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, and a Level 1 trauma center which houses world renowned Shock Trauma. With a busy transplant center and a large referral area, trainees gain tremendous experience in interventional oncology (ablation, TACE, TARE, IRE, etc.), transplant interventions (TIPS, BRTO, portal vein recanalization), gastrointestinal, genitourinary, dialysis, arteriography, women’s health, men’s health, venous intervention, IVC filter interventions, pulmonary embolism, musculoskeletal interventions, lymphangiography, pediatric interventions, and the breadth of vascular and interventional procedures.

Research by residents is strongly encouraged and supported by the department.  Research opportunities within the Vascular and Interventional Radiology Division, including novel projects or participation in ongoing prospective single- and multi-center trials are readily available to residents.

Contact

For questions related to our residency program please contact our Program Coordinator, Elyse Koterwas at 410-328-8162 or email elyse.koterwas@umm.edu.

For more information about the Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, or to contact one of our radiologists, call the University Physicians Consultation and Referral Service at 1-800-492-5538 (patients) or 1-800-373-4111 (physicians).