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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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Relieving Pain

The subspecialty of interventional musculoskeletal radiology offers several therapeutic interventions that can relieve the debilitating pain experienced by people with metastatic bone disease.

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Why Choose MIR for Residency?

Whitney is one of the MIR residents who volunteered for a new residency video. Hear what this group of 2nd to 4th year residents say about their education, the faculty, their peers and life in St. Louis.

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Congratulations to Barbara Monsees, MD, who was featured as one the Top 25 Radiology Professors on the blog of  MedicalTechnologySchools.com . Monsees is the Ronald and Hanna Evens Professor of Women's Health, Radiology. 

Vamsi Narra, MD, was one of four physicians at the medical school to receive a Distinguished Clinician Award at the 2015 Faculty Recognition reception on February 18th. He is a professor of radiology and chief of abdominal imaging at Mallinckrodt.

The FDA has approved a new imaging agent that may identify artery-clogging plaque in people at risk for heart attacks and strokes. The nanoparticle-based imaging agent was jointly developed at Washington University and the University of California (Santa Barbara), in collaboration with Texas A&M University. MIR professor Pamela Woodard, MD, led the multi-university team effort.

MIR professor Samuel Achilefu, has been named as the recipient of the St. Louis Award for his work in creating goggles that enable surgeons to see cancer cells as they operate. Achilefu is the 87th resident of the metropolitan area to receive the annual award established by St. Louis philanthropist David P. Wohl in 1931.

Three ancient Egyptian mummies from the Saint Louis Art Museum were transported to the medical center in mid-October for CT scans by Mallinckrodt Institute radiologists. The aim was to provide the most up-to-date information on the preserved remains using 3D technology.  Details will appear in the next edition of Focal Spot.

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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
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