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, led by Dr. Karen Horton, chair of the department of radiology and radiological science, focus on combining the latest in radiological technology with specialized expertise to diagnose and treat patients. 

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  • Exams and Procedures

    Learn what types of exams our experts provide and how to prepare for your appointment.

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  • Locations

    See our convenient locations in suburban Baltimore and Washington, D.C. area with weekday, weekend and evening appointment hours.

    Green Spring Station, Lutherville Pavilion III
  • Our Experts

    Meet our specialists in the Department of Radiology and Radiological Science.


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.

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Edmond and Mary Regina Lynch Scholarship in the Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging

Applications are now open for the Edmond and Mary Regina Lynch Scholarship in the Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging. Applications are due by Friday, May 31st, 2024. This scholarship is a special opportunity to provide professional growth and financial assistance to applicants. The award will pay the student’s tuition directly to the School of Medical Imaging in four equal payments throughout the 18-month program period. The ideal candidate will demonstrate academic ability and achievement, financial need, persistence and a desire to help others.

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.

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Appropriate Use Criteria for Advanced Imaging

On January 1, 2020, Congress imposed new requirements for ordering advanced imaging services (MRI, CT, PET and Nuclear Medicine services) for Medicare beneficiaries.

Our Tripartite Mission

  • Clinical

    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.

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  • Education

    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.

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  • Research

    Research advances and innovations happening in our laboratories foster the development of new medical imaging techniques, disease treatments and interventional procedures.

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Faculty Kudos

Darcy Wolfman

Recognized with Best Consulting Physician award in the 2024 Johns Hopkins Medicine Clinical Awards for Physicians and Care Teams. She was selected by her peers for her commitment to providing excellent patient care.

Ethel Ngen

 Invited by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to serve as a standing member of the Radiation Therapeutics and Biology Study Section (RTB), for a four-year term. She is program director of the RISE lab.

Laurence Carroll

Presented at the 266th American Chemical Society Meeting in New Orleans, speaking on “Investigating the Mechanism of Aluminum Fluoride Chelation”. The work has also been accepted for journal publication.