Department of Diagnostic Imaging

Welcome!

With nearly 60 faculty members, the Department of Diagnostic Imaging at Brown Unversity's Alpert Medical School provides services at four Brown-affiliated hospitals with more than 500,000 imaging examinations performed annually. Faculty members have subspecialty training and engage in a wide range of research programs, including multicenter trials and work done through Brown University's MRI Research Facility. ACGME-accredited post-graduate training programs are offered in several diagnostic radiology subspecialties, including interventional radiology.

 

The department's radiology residency program currently enrolls twenty-eight residents, graduating seven residents per year. Our one-year fellowship in vascular and interventional radiology offers three positions each year. Our one-year fellowship in breast imaging offers two positions each year. Finally, our body imaging fellowship offers one position per year.

 

We welcome you to learn more about our department.

 

John J Cronan, MD

Chair, Department of Diagnostic Imaging

Newsfeed

MAY 27, 2016: Click here to read a recent article in Brown Medicine Magazine on our department's 3D imaging lab. 

 

APRIL 7, 2016: Congratulations to program director Martha Mainiero, MD, who was just named president-elect of the Association of University Radiologists! 

 

MARCH 18, 2016: Congratulations to our seven newly-matched diagnostic radiology residents! See you in 2017!

  

NOVEMBER 24, 2015: Click here for a finalized list of Brown Radiology's contribution's to the 2015 RSNA Annual Meeting!

 

OCTOBER 1, 2015: Welcome prospective residency applicants! We invite you to learn more about our program and look forward to meeting you. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us directly. 

Contact Us

Leadership

Mailing Address

General Inquiries

(401) 444-5184

John Cronan, MD

Chair, Department of Diagnostic Imaging

Department of Diagnostic Imaging

Rhode Island Hospital

593 Eddy Street

Providence, RI 02903