• Radiology Research

    Research is a core focus of the Department of Radiology at Cincinnati Children’s. We are a national leader in peer-reviewed publications, funding and faculty size. Our activities are divided into two, often overlapping, parts: the Imaging Research Center (IRC) and clinical radiology research, which is performed by clinical pediatric radiologists.

    Clinical radiology research is organized into two groups: quality improvement and research in imaging (QuIRI). The QuIRI group leaders are responsible for fostering and executing quality improvement and research efforts in their respective areas. The group leaders include a clinical radiologist and, when appropriate, an imaging physicist. The groups cover the full spectrum of medical imaging fields and topics and present updates and featured projects twice a year to clinical radiology faculty, IRC faculty and trainees. Pediatric radiology trainees are involved in many of the clinical research projects, and each QuIRI conference includes a review of at least two journal club articles that refer to the topic being presented.

  • Radiology
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    Row 1: E Crotty, R Fleck, D Babcock, B Coley, J Woods, R Giaquinto, S Holland

    Row 2: H Kim, J Tkach, T Laor, B Koch, K Strauss, A Trout, G Lee

    Row 3: J Leach, M Gelfand, C Dumoulin, J Racadio, R Nachabe, K Cecil, D Podberesky, A Brody

  • Division Data Summary

    Research and Training Details
    Joint Appointment Faculty2
    Research Fellows1
    Research Students11
    Support Personnel71
    Direct Annual Grant Support$3,101,261
    Direct Annual Industry Support$43,564
    Peer Reviewed Publications114
    Clinical Activities and Training
    Clinical Staff216
    Clinical Fellows13
    Other Students40
    Inpatient Encounters52,601
    Outpatient Encounters152,271
  • Research & Simulation Lab

    The Interventional Radiology Translational Research & Simulation Lab (IR-TRSL) at Cincinnati Children's is an interdisciplinary research facility with state-of-the-art multimodality imaging to provide high-resolution 3-D anatomic detail and minimally invasive image-guided procedural assistance. Visit the IR-TRSL website to learn more.