The Body Imaging Division at the University of Arizona (UA) is dedicated to clinical, educational, and research excellence to more effectively diagnose and treat diseases of chest, abdomen and pelvis, including cardiovascular diseases.
We provide our clinical services to the University of Arizona Health Network (UAHN), which includes The Banner University Medical Center (BUMC), University Campus (the sole Level 1 Trauma Center in southern Arizona), the Diamond Children's Medical Center, the University of Arizona Cancer Center, the South Campus Hospital, University Medical Imaging, and community sites throughout Arizona.
Our division is driven by advanced imaging diagnostics, with state-of-the-art MRI, CT and ultrasound imaging systems. Our practice is founded upon translational research and education, covering a full array of disease processes. We are interdisciplinary with active conferencing with other key specialties, including transplantation and oncology. The clinical case load serves as an excellent resource for our training programs, which include a Diagnostic Radiology residency and a fellowship training program in advanced Body Imaging. The Department of Medical Imaging has a strong tradition of imaging research, with a large research faculty holding cross-appointments in Biomedical Imaging, Optical Sciences, Biochemistry, Medical Physics, Psychology, Public Health, Telemedicine, and Chemistry.