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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Meet our specialists in the Department of Radiology and Radiological Science.
2022-2023 U.S. News & World ReportRanked #1 in the Nation
Ranked #1 in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report's 2023 Best Research-Oriented Medical School rankings.
Johns Hopkins is hiring for technologists to join our team
Johns Hopkins is hiring for technologists to join our team of expert radiologists, technologists, nurses and patient care coordinators to deliver high-quality imaging and compassionate patient care. For those interested in pursuing advanced training in MRI, CT, interventional radiology, or mammography, we offer on-the-job training programs where you can maintain full-time salary and benefits while learning on state-of-the-art equipment plus eligibility for obtaining advanced certification. We strive to cultivate a strong learning environment to advance career growth wherever possible.Apply Today
Molecular Radiotherapy | Bob's Story
Robert “Bob” Charnley’s carcinoid syndrome symptoms forced him to be homebound and despite multiple surgeries, give up his favorite activities. After multiple opinions, Bob came to Johns Hopkins and was referred to the Department of Radiology for a novel cancer therapy using theranostics. Watch Bob’s journey as molecular radiotherapy allows him to return to his everyday life and make a long awaited dream trip come true. Please note parts of this video were filmed before the COVID-19 pandemic.Learn about the Center
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.
December Faculty Kudos
Compiled a special issue of WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology journal, entitled “Persian perspectives: Special issue on nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology in Iran:, with Dr. Ali Shakeri-Zadeh.
Selected as winner of AuntMinnie.com 2023 award for Best Educational Mobile App for CTisus Chest Atlas 3D CRT.
Named interim chief of MR, effective Nov. 1. His research interests include adult neuroradiology, physiologic imaging and functional MRI.
Selected as 2023 Minnie award winner for Scientific Paper of the Year for “Standalone AI for breast cancer detection at screening digital mammography and digital breast tomosynthesis: A systematic review and meta-analysis”.
Rohini “Ro” Nadgir
Promoted to associate professor of radiology. She serves as Director of Neuroradiology Residency Education and is a nationally recognized expert on remote teaching.
Research from her RISE lab, which she directs, was featured in the National Cancer Institute’s Childhood Cancer Data Initiative's monthly newsletter.
Compiled a special issue of WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology journal, entitled “Persian perspectives: Special issue on nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology in Iran”, with Jeff Bulte.
Promoted to professor of radiology. He is an internationally recognized expert in human brain anatomy.