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St. Louis
Gateway to the West
“Cancer Goggles” story nets Emmy.
“Cancer Goggles” story nets Emmy.
New Imaging Agent
New Imaging Agent
Nanoparticle targets dangerous arterial plaque
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Mummies Day Out
Mummies Day Out
Three mummies make a secret trip to MIR Read More
Physicians
Physicians
World-class care for children
Researchers
Researchers
Developing tomorrow's treatments
Beautiful St. Louis
Beautiful St. Louis
Missouri Botanical Garden
Educators
Educators
Your experience -- from those who train the nation's best
Physicians
Physicians
Latest procedures available here first
Historical St. Louis
Historical St. Louis
A city since 1764, MIR since 1931
Educators
Educators
Instruction from radiology leaders
Downtown St. Louis
Downtown St. Louis
Looking west from atop the Gateway Arch

Patient Care

As the patient, you are the most important part of the health care team. When it’s your health on the line, trust the imaging specialists who will get the right results the first time.

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Education

Our training programs – among the highest-rated in the nation – offer a comprehensive learning experience based on diverse clinical investigation and strong biomedical research.

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Research

Translational research – the effort to bring the latest scientific advances to clinical care – is the hallmark of Mallinckrodt's outstanding laboratories and facilities.

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Relief from cancer pain

Interventional musculoskeletal radiology offers therapeutic interventions that can relieve the debilitating pain experienced by people with metastatic bone disease.

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Why Choose MIR for Residency?

Faculty describe what distinguishes the MIR residency program and why they like teaching here in this new video. Barbara Monsees, MD, (above) was one of the radiologists featured.

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In the News

Professor of radiology Fernando Gutierrez, MD, was recently featured on Mike Bush's  "Making a Difference" segment on KSDK-TV following a medical symposium he helped organize in Cuba. This was Gutierrez's first trip back to his homeland in 55 years.

Samuel Achilefu, PhD, was installed as the inaugural holder of the Michel M. Ter-Pogossian Professorship in Radiology. An inventor holding 56 U.S. patents, Achilefu has been published in more than 300 scientific papers. Among other titles and duties, he serves as chief of optical radiology and director of the new Center for Multiple Myeloma Nanotherapy.

Michael Friedman, MD, an assistant professor of radiology at MIR, has been named a Loeb Teaching Fellow. The program was initiated with a gift from Carol and Jerome Loeb and also is supported by The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.Friedman plans to use his fellowship to establish an integrated radiology curriculum. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Serving the Bi-State Area at Multiple Locations

Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology expert physicians care for patients at a variety of locations.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH) - North Campus Barnes-Jewish Hospital Center for Outpatient Health The Highlands Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH) - South Campus
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital - Medical Office Building 1 Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital - Medical Office Building 2 Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital - Medical Office Building 3
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital - 969 Building Siteman Cancer Center South County Siteman Cancer Center (Washington University Medical Center) St. Louis Children's Hospital
St. Louis Children's Hospital - Specialty Care Center Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM) Mammography Van Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine (COSM)
Barnes-Jewish St. Peter's Hospital Progress West Hospital O'Fallon Convenient Care Habif Health & Wellness Center at Washington University (for Danforth Campus Students ONLY)
Grace Hill Soulard-Benton Health Center