The Society of Interventional Radiology's Residents Fellows Students Section (SIR RFS) is dedicated to creating resources to support IR trainees' professional development.

Under the drop-down menu at the top of the screen labeled "Professional Development" you will find resources and information related to starting an IR clinic, clinical rotation goals, political advocacy, upcoming conferences, international outreach, personal finance, and more.

For resources supporting clinical knowledge, check out the "Clinical Resources" drop-down menu instead.

The MD/MBA
June 20, 2018

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…Read more

RFS Chair Initiatives for 2018-2019
April 22, 2018

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…Read more

Investing 101
April 10, 2018

We all want to live a comfortable life.  While what you consider “comfortable” may differ based on your personal circumstances and your outlook on life, there is a good…Read more

Acute Stroke Intervention and the Interventional Radiology Trainee
March 27, 2018

Written By: Joseph Marion, MD; Jacob Fleming; David Bamshad; Muhammad Noor; Jesus Conteras, MD, and Erica Alexander, MD

With Guidance From: David Sacks, MD, Martin Radvany, MD, and Geogy Vatakencherry,…Read more

SIR Introduction to Research Online Program
December 12, 2017

By Jennifer Darnell, MS4, Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

Research is the driving force of modern medicine and its contributions to the field of interventional radiology has…Read more

HR. 1167 and What It Means To You?
December 12, 2017

By Karan Patel, MD/MPH, PGY5/R4, Wayne State University, SIR-RFS Advocacy Committee Chair

Interventional Radiology (IR) is modern medicine at its finest and is paving the way to the future of…Read more