We extend our heartfelt thanks to the dedicated and hard-working teams of diagnostic and interventional technologists at Banner-University Medical Center Tucson, Banner-University Medical Center North, Banner-University Medicine Advanced Imaging and Banner-University Medical Center South.
In this issue: Welcome new faculty, promoting breast cancer awareness, celebrating Nuclear Medicine week, Innovation Stories: Pediatric Imaging highlights the new Fetal Imaging Program, and more!
Star Wars being the predominant theme, a fun time was had by all who attended our MI Halloween Potluck event.
We are very excited to begin the Diagnostic and Interventional Residency Program Interviews!
In this issue: Congratulations Professor Emeritus Karellas, Nuclear Medicine Division updates, the Resident Spotlight featuring our 2023-2024 Chief Residents, Congratulations to Dr. Rubin, and more!
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, Banner University Medicine Advanced Imaging is holding special Saturday hours for Mammograms. Saturday appointmens are available October 7, 21 & 28. Call (520) 694-4034, option 1, to schedule an appointment.
Former University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson Professor of Radiology, Gerald (Jerry) Pond, MD, passed away on Sunday, August 27, at the age of 76.
Meet our new Cardiothoracic Imaging and Pediatric Imaging Faculty, plus our new Research Assistant - a COM-T alum! Read about three new grants, Resident news, photos and more!
Beginning Monday, August 14, Medical Imaging Faculty, Residents, Fellows and Staff have a NEW (temporary) home in the Health Sciences Innovation Building (HSIB) Basement - room 71.
Meet our newest faculty, residents, fellows and staff for the month of July. Plus, find event photos and more news for Medical Imaging this month.
The inaugural Spurring Success for Women in Medicine and Science (SSWIMS) Fellowship is underway with twelve COM-T faculty participants.
The 2023 graduation issue has launched. See all the news for this month and find more photos from the June 16th event.
Congratulations to the 2023 graduating Residents and Fellows. We wish all of the graduates continued success in their future endeavors.
Congratulations to our Rad-3 Residents for matching into the following programs for Academic Year 2024-2025
Ted Trouard, PhD, professor emeritus of biomedical engineering and professor of medical imaging, is pictured with the university's current MRI instrument. The new 3Tesla instrument will have advanced hardware that can produce clearer and more comprehensive images of the brain with greater speed.
See all the news and our newest feature: Innovation Stories. This segment highlights the ways MI divisions synthesize novel techniques and applications to improve the value of their service. Read about how Interventional Radiology is leading the way to aiding patients with pelvic tumors.
Sam Rogers, MD, assistant professor of medical imaging, and Aubrey Frazzitta, MD, fourth-year resident, presented 3 oral national podium presentations and 1 educational exhibit at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR)
Congratulations to Interventional Radiology for their trailblazing work. Aiming to help patients with pelvic tumors, the IR team has begun to successfully treat patients with a procedure called Pudendal Nerve Cryoneurolysis. This new treatment involves cryoablation for pain management and is being pioneered by Interventional Radiology.