News & Events

Department of Radiology faculty alumnus, James William (Bill) Osborne, PhD, passed away on December 5, 2015

Regina Etteldorf Lectureship in Breast Imaging Visiting Professor Presents Phoebe Freer, MD

Phoebe Freer, MD, Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Utah / Huntsman Cancer Institute, will present three lectures March 10-11, 2016, as part of the Regina Etteldorf Lectureship in ...

Tony Franken, Jr., MD, to speak at the UI History of Medicine Society

Annual Alumni Reception to be Held at RSNA

Please join us for this year's Department of Radiology Annual Alumni Reception, held in conjunction with RSNA, for good friends, good food and great conversation! 

Save the Date! Iowa Radiology Society 2015 Annual Meeting

Join us for the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Iowa Radiological Society meeting, held this year at the hotelVetro in Iowa City, IA on Saturday, November 7, 2015. Topics include:

Faculty Focus: Eve Clark, MD

Marc S. Levine, MD, to present three lectures as part of the Barloon Abdominal Imaging Lectureship

Dr. Colin Derdeyn named Chair and DEO of Radiology

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Colin P. Derdeyn, MD, as the new Chair and Departmental Executive Officer of the Department of Radiology, effective Dec. 31, 2015. Dr. Derdeyn has been wo...

Faculty Focus: Meet Assistant Professor, Jessica Sieren, PhD

Richard E. Peterson Memorial Nuclear Medicine Lecturer to present on September 28th

Department of Radiology Welcomes New Faculty

The Department of Radiology recently welcomed five new faculty members to its ranks.

7 Tesla MRI Scanner Installed

A 7 Tesla Whole Body Scanner, one of only about 20 in the entire United States, was installed in the basement of the new Pappajohn Biomedical Discovery Building and will be used by researchers to meas...

IowaNow Reports on New 7 Tesla Scanner to be installed in Radiology

This fall, the University of Iowa will get a powerful imaging device, allowing researchers to scan anywhere in the human body without so much as a prick or a poke. The UI community and the public can ...