Diagnostic Radiology: CT, MRI, Ultrasound

Diagnostic Radiology Section Chiefs

Javad Raymond Azadi MD

  • Ultrasound Section Chief
  • Assistant Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science

Computed Tomography (CT) Division

We offer state-of-the-art patient services in thoracic, abdominal and pelvic computed tomography (CT scan) and serve as a leading resource for education and research based on world-class CT imaging.

The Division of Magnetic Resonance Imaging

The Division of Magnetic Resonance Imaging is committed to upholding the tripartite mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine, which is to offer its patients the highest-quality patient care, research and education available. The department’s world-renowned faculty focuses on blending the latest in magnetic resonance technology with the highest possible standard of patient care.

We have a team of highly specified experts in all aspects of body MRI, including hepatobiliary, pancreatic, cardiac, MR angiography, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, female pelvis and prostate MR. We provide multidisciplinary collaboration with other services, including internal medicine, cardiology, hepatology, urology, oncology and surgery, including transplantation. Referrals are welcome from physicians who do not have privileges at Johns Hopkins, as well as Johns Hopkins medical staff.

Ultrasound Division

We offer state-of-the-art patient services in ultrasound and serve as a leading resource for education and research based on ultrasound imaging.

Residencies & Fellowships

Diagnostic Radiology Residency
Training at Johns Hopkins Medicine is a truly unique experience. As a world-renowned referral center with over a thousand beds, the breadth and volume of pathology are simply unmatched. Our philosophy is to allow residents to increasingly build responsibility and decision-making capabilities from learning the very basics in the first year to becoming the radiology point person during overnight call.

Body MRI Fellowship
The dedicated Body MRI fellowship is an intensive 12-month clinical fellowship in Body MRI including chest, cardiac, vascular, abdomen, hepatobiliary, pelvis, prostate and musculoskeletal MRI studies.

Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship
The Cardiothoracic Imaging fellowship program will accept one fellow each year and will be fully integrated with Johns Hopkins Hospital. The fellow will rotate through both hospitals to take advantage of the unique and complementary educational opportunities as well as the exceptional resources that are available across the Hopkins Health System.

Cross-Sectional Body Imaging Fellowship
The primary mission of the fellowship is to provide superior clinical training in advanced CT, ultrasound and MR imaging of the body. This mission is accomplished by the dedication of faculty members who are deeply committed to resident and fellow education.

Our Clinical and Research Experts

Stefan Zimmerman MD

  • Division Director, Diagnostic Imaging
  • Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science