The Department of Medical Imaging (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. The faculty fulfills multiple roles within the UArizona College of Medicine–Tucson and the Banner Health system, which include a variety of clinical, research, education, and leadership roles.
Clinical – Medical Imaging regularly impacts the decision making of physicians and care teams throughout Banner University Medicine. Our team provides vital diagnostic imaging aiding the diagnosis and treatment planning for the majority of patients receiving care.
Research – Medical Imaging researchers are involved in a continuous cycle of applied imaging science that brings together all stages of research from the most fundamental, discovery science to clinical therapeutics or diagnostics ready for translation into the clinic.
Education – Medical Imaging participates in medical training and education at all levels including medical students, radiology residents and fellows, undergraduate and graduate students from UArizona science disciplines, and in the continuing education of radiologists.
Leadership –Medical Imaging faculty members participate in national and international committees, many maintaining vital leadership positions.
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.
Committed to Diversity and Inclusion
The Department of Medical Imaging celebrates our University’s greatest asset of diversity and champions an inclusive climate. We understand that diversity in experiences and perspectives is vital to advance innovation, critical thinking and complex problem solving. We proudly collaborate with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.