The goal of the SIR RFS Resident Clinic Committee is to promote the clinical model of Interventional Radiology practice, at the resident and fellow level, in accordance the SIR RFS mission, by supporting trainees becoming disease experts and focusing on longitudinal patient care.
Comprehensive knowledge of the disease process, evaluation of the patient and follow up management are critical components of becoming a clinical disease based interventional radiologist. The IR clinic setting is the most relevant, germane and opportune setting to build a repertoire of clinical skills during Diagnostic Radiology residency.
If you are interested in developing a resident IR clinic at your institution or would like some more information please contact us. In addition to numerous resources, we have firsthand knowledge of the clinic development process and pitfalls as many of us have developed clinics at our programs.
Please contact one of the committee members below if you have any questions or you would like to get involved.
SIR RFS Resident Clinic Committee
Justin Muhlenberg, MD
University of Texas at San Antonio
Paul Rotolo, MD
University of Maine
Rob Jajko, MD
University of Illinois
Scott Fujimoto, MD
University of California, Irvine
Adam Bauer, MD
University of Arizona