The Radiology Interest Group is a student-run organization at the University of Colorado School of Medicine that fosters the personal development of medical students interested in radiologic science. The group provides a bridge between students interested in radiology and radiology faculty members at the University. Meetings focus on information and activities that introduce students to radiology as a specialty choice, including lecture presentations by radiology faculty, hands-on experience with radiologic equipment, and social-networking events.
Past on-campus events:
Introduction to Interventional Radiology Common Chest Pathologies Pediatric Neuroimaging, Nick Stence, MD Case Based Series: Pediatric Radiology, Kari Hayes, MD Case Based Introduction to Nuclear Medicine, Jennifer Kwak, MD Eponyms in Imaging Women’s Imaging Lung Cancer Screening, Peter Sachs, MD Stroke Imaging, Thomas Borges, MD Genitourinary Radiology OB Ultrasound, Elizabeth Stamm, MD A Brief Overview of Endocrine Imagining GI CT and Fluoroscopy Studies Reading Xrays Epilepsy and Imaging, Thomas Borges, MD Rural Radiology: tour of Glenwood Springs' Valley View Hospital Q&A with 4th year medical students that matched in Radiology Ultrasound workshop, a hands-on experience Residency Q&A with Department of Radiology Residents Abdomen and Pelvis Imaging, Nayana Patel, MD Stroke Imaging, David Rubenstein, MD.