• Resident workstations & conference room Weekly 5 hours of Didactics
    • Every Monday 12pm-1pm: PCH ZOOM-Pediatric Radiology content
    • Every Wednesday lecture block
      • 12pm-3pm (VA months)
      • 2pm-5pm (BUMCP months)
    • Thursdays 7:30am-8:30am Book Club & Quizzes (assigned reading material)
  • Monthly Didactics offered for participation:
    • UofA Radiology Grand Rounds
    • Banner Patient Safety & Quality Improvement noon session
    • Case conference
    • Tumor Board
    • Journal clubs/research articles
  • Full spectrum of interventional radiology curriculum
  • Library books and resources available
  • Dedicated month at the ACR Institute for Radiologic Pathology Rad-Path conference in Washington D.C. with expenses paid
  • Physics course paid for in Residency year 3
  • Comprehensive diagnostic radiology education spanning different age groups, pathologies and practice settings with unique exposure to cutting-edge nuclear medicine

Clinical Experience

Includes rotation descriptions, electives and procedural volume, as applicable.

  • Radiologists at work in the clinical spaceBusy level 1 trauma center.
  • Quaternary care center at primary site with top referrals in all of Arizona and neighboring states.
  • Certified in stroke thrombectomy and some other advanced neuro-interventional radiology interventions, such as spinal augmentation and nose-bleed embolization
  • Advanced pulmonary embolism, venous intervention and hepatobiliary interventions 
  • Electives in neuro ICU and liver transplant for supplementation of clinical experience
  • High volume of oncology interventions 
    • Perform more than 200 liver oncology cases per year at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix and the Phoenix VA Medical Center.

Sample schedule (PDF)