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Radiology and Imaging Sciences

Pioneering innovation one image at a time

Pioneering innovation, one image at a time

For more than 75 years, the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Indiana University School of Medicine has strengthened education, research and clinical service throughout Indiana. Each corner of the department not only fortifies its alignment with the IU School of Medicine and IU Health but also ensures its strength as a national leader in radiology.

Whether in diagnostic sonography or pediatric neuroradiology — expert radiology teaching faculty are uncovering new imaging techniques to improve health care delivery with a strong focus on quality and safety. Each year, the department is expanding research infrastructure, training the next generation of health care providers and recruiting new talent to improve the health of individuals throughout Indiana and beyond.

Faculty News

A new era for radiology at IU

A new era began for the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Indiana University School of Medicine this fall with the arrival of new department chair, Jason Allen, MD, PhD, FACR.

Sonder Collins  |  Nov 10, 2023

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Each year, the department grows in size and continues to build on its reputation of being one of the leading groups in radiology and imaging sciences in the United States.



The department offers some of the most advanced and comprehensive training programs in the country, providing exceptional experience help create the next generation of radiologists.
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From Alzheimer's disease to COVID-19, the department ranks among the highest in NIH funding in the nation, with more than $9 million in funding for 2022.
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Staying engaged with colleagues and the Indianapolis community is just as vital to the growth and fulfillment of faculty, staff and trainees in the department.
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Clinical Care

Using state-of-the-art radiology equipment and techniques, radiology and imaging experts work to provide diagnosis and treatment, enhancing clinical care for complex conditions.
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56 current residents
over $21 million in NIH funding for 2023
170 radiology faculty
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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice in Radiology

IU School of Medicine is dedicated to supporting an inclusive and diverse experience for all faculty, trainees and staff. The Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences works to bring together individuals with different perspectives to provide an educational and training experience as unique as it is competitive. With the support of the department chair, the department’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Committee is committed to recruiting faculty, residents and fellows from varying backgrounds.

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IU School of Medicine names new chair to lead Department of Radiology

Indiana University School of Medicine has named a transformative leader as the new chair of the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences. Jason W. Allen, MD, PhD, FACR will assume the role of department chair effective October 1 and will have oversight and responsibility for the program’s clinical, educational and research programs. 

IU School of Medicine  |  Jun 27, 2023

IU neuroscientists lead new study laying groundwork for Alzheimer’s disease precision medicine

Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine are co-leading a 5-year, $41 million study to better understand the biological pathways underlying Alzheimer’s disease and ultimately create more personalized patient care.

IU School of Medicine  |  Mar 28, 2023