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    Medical training and education for the next generation of radiology leaders

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    Medical Imaging celebrates Women in Medicine Month

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    Superior clinical care provided by our subspecialty trained radiologists

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    Advanced nuclear medicine procedures detect and treat diseases

  • Residents and Fellows

    Interventional and Diagnostic Radiology Residency programs

  • Breast Imaging and Screening

    State-of-the-art breast screening and diagnostic testing

  • Research

    Cutting-edge research in imaging science

  • Peds

    Comprehensive and compassionate care for all pediatric patients

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Department Chair & Professor

Welcome to the Department of Medical Imaging (DMI) at the University of Arizona.  DMI is a vital part of the College of Medicine-Tucson. We are fortunate to work with Banner University Medicine with a level-one trauma center and with many University of Arizona collaborative research facilities. Our team is comprised of subspecialty trained Radiologists and PhD scientists, many of whom are nationally recognized experts in their field.  

Together, our team is building upon the excellence of the past and propelling the Department of Medical Imaging toward a future of distinction with a continued commitment to serve our patients, referrers, and the broader community.

Department Chair
UArizona Department of Medical Imaging

Department News

Breast Imager Dr. Chiang featured in Tucson.com

Dr. Chiang, Breast Imaging Specialist, was featured in a recent Tucson.com article featuring Tucsonans who have been promoted or appointed in 2021

Women in Radiology Dinner

Our #WomenInRadiology group had a chance to meet and share ideas and accomplishments! In attendance were 14 DMI faculty members and Residents. Thanks go out to event organizers, Anjali Taneja, DO, Aubrey Frazzitta, MD, and Jennifer Kramer, MD.

New Chief of Nuclear Medicine Division

Medical Imaging is pleased to announce the upcoming arrival of Dr. Bital Savir-Baruch, new Chief of Nuclear Radiology.

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