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.
Our training programs – among the highest-rated in the nation – offer a comprehensive learning experience based on diverse clinical investigation and strong biomedical research.
Translational research – the effort to bring the latest scientific advances to clinical care – is the hallmark of Mallinckrodt's outstanding laboratories and facilities.
Two hands are definitely better than one — as researcher Nico U. Dosenbach, MD, learned while mimicking a physical effect often found in his pediatric stroke patients.
MIR faculty member Constantine Raptis, MD, offered St. Louis community members a window into the world of radiology at a recent session of Washington University School of Medicine's Mini-Medical School.
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MIR researchers participated in a study that can predict autism in high-risk babies before symptoms occur.
Sam Achilefu, PhD, has been elected as a fellow to the Royal Society of Chemistry and to The Optical Society.
Marcus Raichle, MD, was identified as one of the most influential brain scientists of the modern era by a computer program.
Akash Kansagra, MD, MS, was interviewed by FOX2 regarding stroke symptom recognition.
The lung cancer screening program recently launched by David Gierada, MD,and his team has been designated as an American College of Radiology (ACR) Lung Cancer Screening Center. The program/center is a collaborative effort between MIR, Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Siteman Cancer Center.
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology expert physicians care for patients at a variety of locations.