Pediatric Radiology

Our specialized team at Johns Hopkins consists of pediatric radiologists, pediatric radiologic technologists, pediatric nurses, pediatric anesthesiologists and a child life specialist. We understand that children are not small adults and need care specifically designed just for them. We partner with your family to ensure your child’s care is delivered in a way that is precise, easy to understand and minimizes fear. We deliver world-class patient care by working closely with your child’s doctors to develop a comprehensive care plan.

Patient Care

child in mri

Our team is dedicated to providing a safe, comfortable and friendly environment for children and their families.

One way we help children prepare for radiology exams is by using a pretend MRI scanner to practice for the real exam. This looks and feels just like a real MRI machine and allows our child life specialist to help kids prepare for the exam. When it is time for the real exam, the experience feels familiar and less overwhelming.

Our team has developed pediatric-specific low-radiation techniques for children in computed tomography (CT), X-ray and fluoroscopy. Whenever possible, we use non-radiation imaging modalities like ultrasound and MRI.

Read Johns Hopkins Pediatric Radiology COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

 Our Clinical and Research Experts

About our Centers

Specialty Centers of Excellence

Our pediatric radiology experts are nationally and internationally recognized for excellence in specialized diagnostic imaging studies including:

The Johns Hopkins Children's Center

Our 205-bed building features:

A Child’s MRI without Anesthesia

Is your child about to have an MRI exam? Kids can learn from Fin the Fish everything they need to know about coming to Johns Hopkins for an MRI.

A Child's MRI with Anesthesia

Let Fin the Fish help teach your child everything they need to know about getting an MRI exam with anesthesia at Johns Hopkins


Our pediatric radiology researchers develop novel imaging, diagnostic and treatment techniques to advance pediatric imaging. Examples of our research interests include:

  • Advanced neuroimaging techniques
  • Fetal MRI
  • Fetal echocardiography
  • Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT)

  • Pediatric neuroradiology
  • Pediatric oncologic imaging
  • Pediatric uroradiology
  • Radiation dose reduction



The pediatric radiology fellowship at Johns Hopkins provides specialized experience after a radiology residency. Our pediatric radiology fellow works one-on-one with our pediatric radiology attendings. We collaborate closely with all the subspecialties in the Department of Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.