• 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.

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  • Division Data Summary

    Research and Training Details

    Number of Faculty49
    Number of Joint Appointment Faculty23
    Number of Research Fellows1
    Number of Research Students13
    Number of Support Personnel58
    Direct Annual Grant Support$3,051,779
    Direct Annual Industry Support$8,730
    Peer Reviewed Publications137

    Clinical Activities and Training

    Number of Clinical Staff236
    Number of Clinical Fellows12
    Number of Other Students63
    Inpatient Encounters51,752
    Outpatient Encounters149.478
  • 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.