Find key information on clinical care for the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Clinical Care in Radiology

Clinical care is vital to medical training and education at Indiana University School of Medicine, and radiology experts and trainees play a crucial role to the care of patients throughout the state of Indiana and beyond. From patients examined in Tipton with complex conditions to children admitted at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis whose illness defies diagnosis, each clinical case represents a unique opportunity for radiology faculty and trainees to learn and help those who walk in each clinical site.

Subspecialty areas, or divisions, within the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine are defined by technical, anatomic and age considerations. Close coordination between the subspecialties is necessary in consulting and managing individual patient problems. Using advanced radiology equipment and techniques, recognized specialists in different areas of medicine combine their talents to provide diagnosis and treatment, making major contributions to the discoveries and techniques that will save lives tomorrow.

Schedule a Radiology Exam

To schedule an appointment with an IU School of Medicine radiologist, contact Indiana University Health at 888-484-3258 or online using the Find a Doctor portal.

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One-of-a-kind patient treatment

At the downtown Academic Health Center, which encompasses University, Riley and Methodist Hospitals, the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences offers treatments that may not be found elsewhere in the state of Indiana. For example, the newest radionuclide therapy for the treatment of metastatic prostate cancer, 177Lu-PSMA, also known as Pluvicto™, is now offered at University Hospital.  The department also performs other peptide receptor radionuclide therapies (PRRT) in patients with thyroid cancer (131-Iodine) and metastatic neuroendocrine tumors (177Lu-DOTATATE, Lutathera™). Offering these treatments gives patients more options in their fight against cancer. In addition, patients may have the opportunity to participate in clinical trials and other research studies.

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Explore radiology divisions

From neuroradiology and pediatrics to nuclear medicine and abdominal radiology— discover the 12 subspecialty areas within the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at IU School of Medicine.

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Clinical sites throughout the Hoosier state

Eskenazi Health

With services ranging from ultrasounds to computed tomography, IU School of Medicine faculty support Eskenazi Health’s radiology services.
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Riley Hospital for Children

Riley is a national leader in children's health, consistently receiving high rankings for the quality of care in cancer, cardiology, diabetes and neurology.
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