Interventional Radiology Program
IR Residency Leadership
Sun Ho Ahn, MD, FSIR
Associate Professor of Diagnostic Imaging
IR Residency Program Director
IR Fellowship Program Director
Co-Director of Medical Student Education
Dr. Ahn graduated from Brown University and Alpert Medical School of Brown University as part of the PLME program. He completed his internship in internal medicine, radiology residency, and IR fellowship at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He is the Director of IR residency and IR fellowship.
Martha B Mainiero, MD
Professor of Diagnostic Imaging
IR Residency Associate Program Director
Dr. Mainiero graduated from Tufts University School of Medicine and completed residency training in diagnostic radiology at Yale University. After fellowship at Yale in breast and thoracic Imaging, Dr. Mainiero joined the faculty of Brown. She is Director of the Residency Program in Diagnostic Imaging at Brown and is Director of Breast Imaging at the Anne C. Pappas Center for Breast Imaging at Rhode Island Hospital.
Welcome to the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University's Interventional Radiology Residency website. In April of 2016, our program became one of the first in the country to become ACGME-accredited in the United States. Brown University has a long and rich history in Interventional Radiology education and training. With approval of two integrated positions, AMS of Brown University will continue to lead in the education of future interventional radiologists.
The IR residency is a 5-year program that combines comprehensive and state-of-the-art training in both diagnostic and interventional radiology. With more than 50 sub-specialty trained faculty including 11 IR and 3 NIR faculty, the AMS of Brown University IR residency provides excellent training in all apsects of modern radiology.
Interventional Radiology Residency Goals
AMS IR residency aims to provide well rounded education in both body and neuro interventions and DR.
Inpatient consultation service, admitting privileges, and outpatient consultation and longitudinal care allow the program to provide optimal clinical care for the IR patient.
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Residency Program Coordinator
Jill Raczelowski: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Cronan, MD
Chair, Department of Diagnostic Imaging
Department of Diagnostic Imaging
Rhode Island Hospital
593 Eddy Street
Providence, RI 02903