University of Wisconsin–Madison

About the Department of Radiology

Solid and Secure

  • 102 Faculty, 21 Fellows, 32 Residents
  • A clinical program built on a stable financial base and an endowment developed to help fund our research programs
  • Acquisition of a new building to house the University of Wisconsin Radiology Research and Education Institute and affiliated research and product development programs
  • A warm, open, and friendly work environment with strong faculty governance
  • Faculty with a desire to work with residents and fellows to continually improve the learning experience and to further develop their teaching skills

Unique Departmental Resources

  • Strong Medical Physics collaboration and a close development relationship with major equipment vendors
  • State-of-the-art technology in CT, MR, angiography, ultrasound, PACS, and soft-copy interpretation
  • Extensive research infrastructure, including grant writing support, media specialists, research nurses, research technologists, and data managers
  • New imaging sciences research: A 50,000 sq ft image science center, equipped with 2 MRIs, 2 CTs, CT/PET, cyclotron, ultrasound, magnetoencephalography, patient care resources, and all small animal imaging.

University of Wisconsin Resources

University Hospital

  • 500 bed tertiary care facility
  • Consistently named one of the 10 top-performing academic medical centers in the United States by the University HealthSystem Consortium
  • Ranked among the top 50 of the nation’s hospitals in ten medical specialties, U.S. News & World Report, “America’s Best Hospitals 2014”
  • Named one of the nation’s top five leaders in health care quality by University HealthSystem Consortium, earning their 2015 Ambulatory Care Quality and Accountability Leadership Award

American Family Children’s Hospital

  • 87 bed complete children’s medical and surgical center
  • Warm, family-centered environment that provides everything from preventive healthcare to highly specialized programs that include a pediatric intensive care unit, an internationally recognized transplant surgery program, a children’s cancer center, a pediatric asthma center, and many others
  • State-of-the-art Pediatric Radiology unit with low-dose imaging
  • Ranked 2nd in the nation by KLAS in U.S. Children’s Hospitals use of Electronic Health Records
  • Ranked among the top 50 children’s hospitals in five medical and surgical specialties in the annual U.S. News and World Report Best Children’s Hospitals rankings for 2015-2016.