The Department of Radiology actively participates in the tripartite missions of the New Jersey Medical School. The faculty includes 18 clinicians and 6 research scientists who maintain a commitment to advance patient care, education and research.
The Diagnostic Radiology component incorporates all the major divisions of contemporary imaging. The members of our attending staff are all fellowship trained board certified radiologists who provide instruction and perform clinical work in gastrointestinal and genitourinary imaging, chest, breast, bone and pediatric radiology as well as in nuclear medicine, neuroimaging, interventional radiology and neurointerventional radiology. The department is responsible for diagnostic imaging at University Hospital, the Doctors Office Center (DOC) and at our separate on-campus imaging facility (ADMC Building 5), which houses our PET/CT unit. At our various sites we utilize the full panoply of diagnostic imaging devices in all modalities including a newly introduced biplane angiography room, and state-of-the-art breast imaging equipment.