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The Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science is committed to providing the highest quality medical care. Our world-renowned physicians and staff members, led by Karen Horton, M.D., focus on combining the latest in radiological technology with specialized expertise to diagnose and treat patients.
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Our Tripartite Mission
The world-renowned physicians and staff of the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Sciences combine the latest in treatment and medical imaging with the highest level of patient care.
We impart the highest quality education through a combination of theoretical training and practical hands-on clinical experience that prepares its students to become leaders in their chosen fields of specialty.
Research advances and innovations happening in our laboratories foster the development of new medical imaging techniques, disease treatments and interventional procedures.
Department Awards and Announcements
February's Faculty of the Week
Dr. Atif Zaheer, Dr. Clifford Weiss, Dr. Stefan Zimmerman, Dr. Emily Ambinder and Dr. Ulrike Hamper
Dr. Cahid Civelek, Professor.
Dr. Civelek is an internationally recognized expert and educator in nuclear cardiology and nuclear oncology. His scholarship in these areas has been achieved through peer-reviewed publications and numerous presentations in international settings.
Dr. Jiadi Xu, Associate Professor
Dr. Xu's recent focus has been on science, especially the technical development and applications of chemical exchange saturation transfer MRI for monitoring tissue metabolism and arterial spin labeling MRI techniques for mapping vasculature. These technologies are now being applied to ischemia, cancer, and neurodegeneration
Radiology Research Ranked #6
Johns Hopkins Department of Radiology has ranked at #6 in national NIH funding received by Radiology Departments in the U.S. Four Johns Hopkins Radiology PIs ranked among the top 50 Radiology PIs receiving NIH funds.