Medical Student Council

Welcome to the Interventional Radiology Medical Student Council


The Interventional Radiology Medical Student Council (IRMSC) aims to advance IR as a clinically-focused, patient-centered specialty with a high degree of professional integrity. We recruit ambitious medical students that are interested in IR and promoting the field to their colleagues. Our committees work on a wide variety of projects from the creation of educational materials to the preparation of such resources as a mentor map to connect students and advisors. Click here to find out more about our current committees and projects.

MSC Chair: Kyle A. Wilson, University of Maryland School of Medicine

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Latest Medical Student Blog Posts

Is All Research Created Equal? Discussing Benefits of Non-IR Related Research

Posted on 19 Mar 2017
By Erica Emmons
Whether you are applying to residency or just beginning your medical career, the topic of research has likely arisen. There...

Using IR to Treat Obesity

Posted on 19 Mar 2017
By Arshan Dehbozorgi
Obesity is a health problem that has raised great concern in the last few decades, particularly due to its alarmingly...

Ethics in IR

Posted on 19 Mar 2017
By Saumya Gurbani
A 69-year-old male, with a history of recent atrial fibrillation and heart failure treated with an implanted defibrillator...

Navigating The Match

Posted on 03 Jan 2017
By Taylor Witt
Part 1: What is The Match? For 4th-year medical students, residency application application season is a time of competing...