Novel method for clinical advancement in interventional radiology trainees

American Journal of Interventional Radiology | April 23, 2020 Letter to the Editor Novel method for clinical advancement in interventional radiology trainees Bradley M. White1, George Vatakencherry2, Logan J. Burstiner3 1Department of Radiology, Larkin Community Hospital, Miami, 3Department of Radiology, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Bradenton, 5000 Lakewood Ranch Read more…

Interventional Neuroradiology: Present and Future Training Paradigms

Despite an increasing number of medical students and residents pursuing careers in interventional radiology, there remains confusion regarding the training pathways for those who want to further specialize in interventional neuroradiology. Interventional neuroradiology (INR), or endovascular surgical neuroradiology, focuses on treating diseases of the brain, neck and spine using minimally-invasive, Read more…

The MD/MBA

Since making the decision to enroll in a dual degree program, I have often received the question “Why an MD/MBA?” While the answer to this question varies widely amongst those choosing to pursue the secondary degree, the MBA dual degree path has become an increasingly popular choice for medical trainees. Read more…

RFS Chair Initiatives for 2018-2019

It’s a great time to be an active member of the Interventional Radiology community. A remarkable level of enthusiasm, innovation and comradery was on full display at the recent Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Scientific Meeting in Los Angeles. This meeting also highlighted the important role trainees play in the initiatives that impact the Read more…