IR Residency Leadership

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 moden radiology.

Interventional Radiology Residency Goals

 

Comprehensive Training

AMS IR residency aims to provide well rounded education in both body and neuro interventions and DR.

 

Clinical Care

Inpatient consultation service, admitting privileges, and outpatient consultation and longitudinal care allow the program to provide optimal clinical care for the IR patient.

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