Diagnostic Residency

At MIR, you’ll train alongside globally recognized radiologists who are dedicated to clinical care, education and your personal success. And that’s just one reason why our diagnostic radiology residency is a national standout.

Martin N. Reis, MD

Our 1-to-1 faculty to resident ratio provides unmatched clinical training in interpreting imaging studies and performing image-guided procedures. Face-to-face readout is used on all services, so residents get personal feedback on all reviewed cases. And with an average class size of 16, residents have flexibility with vacation time, rotations and on-call scheduling.

We provide hands-on training to build graduated competence. Residents rotate through three hospitals during training: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, training alongside attending radiologists.

Daily Noon Conference

The noon-hour conference, given by a subspecialty-trained faculty radiologist, is designed specifically for resident education. Each conference is recorded and available for review by trainees. Audience response is increasingly used by lecturers to enhance the learning experience.

Teaching Conference

Often case-based, a daily teaching conference is given on nearly every rotation, providing residents with additional didactic teaching and the opportunity to practice taking cases in an unknown format. Residents in all years participate. For example, a first-year might identify the findings in a case, followed by a more senior resident synthesizing those findings into a differential diagnosis. A faculty member rounds out the discussion with additional findings, diagnoses and teaching points.

Review Conferences

MIR prepares residents for the American Board of Radiology Core Examination and independent practice by hosting its own internal core exam review conference series.

MIR offers countless opportunities to participate in mentored radiology research that results in national meeting presentations and publications in major journals. First and second year residents are reimbursed for one meeting each academic year, up to a maximum of $1,750. MIR will reimburse third and fourth year residents for more than one meeting each academic year, up to a maximum of $2,500.

Residents who obtain full Missouri medical licensure and are ACLS certified are eligible to participate in moonlighting opportunities within the Department of Radiology by providing physician coverage of contrast injections at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Moonlighting opportunities may be performed by residents in good standing with program director approval beginning their R2 year. (All liscensure costs incurred are paid by the resident; the department will not reimburse these expenses.)

Diagnostic Radiology Residency NRMP Matching Number: 1353420A0

Diagnostic Residents, 2024

John A. Carico, MD
Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

Chad H. Coffman, MD
Wayne State University School of Medicine

Deven J. Durigan, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Jacqueline M. Hampton, MD
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Austin Hannemann, MD
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Nicholas E. Henlon, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Samantha E. Lincoln, MD
Drexel University College of Medicine

Brian Lue, MD
UT Southwestern Medical School

Kushanth S. Mallikarjun, MD
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Kevin S. Naceanceno, MD
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Itamar Naveh-Benjamin, MD
University of Virginia School of Medicine

Maryam Rahmani, MD
Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences

Ramanan Sivakumar, MD
University of Kansas School of Medicine – Kansas City

Ryan D. Stoffel, MD
Indiana University School of Medicine

Ashley L. Terry, MD
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Tyler Valdez, MD, MPH
University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine

Zachary M. Wargel, MD
University of Missouri School of Medicine

Jeffrey Wu, MD
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Learn more about our new class of residents.

  • Applicants must have graduated from a medical school in the United States or Canada, accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) or graduation from a college of osteopathic medicine in the United States, accredited by the American Osteopathic Association Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (AOACOCA) or graduation from a medical school outside of the United States or Canada, and meeting one of the following additional qualifications:
  • Graduates of medical schools outside the United States must hold a valid Educational Commission for Foreign Graduates (ECFMG) certificate and provide documentation for one year of clinical experience before training begins. Clinical experience must occur in a program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), AOA-approved residency programs, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) or the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC).
  • MIR strictly adheres to rules and regulations of the NRMP program.
  • Students must file applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®). Contact your Dean’s Office for further information or go online at ERAS.

Supplemental ERAS application

For the 2023 ERAS cycle, our program will be collecting and reviewing data from applicants’ supplemental ERAS applications. Completion of the standard MyERAS application is a requirement; completion of the supplemental ERAS application is optional.

In its second year of use, the supplemental ERAS application is designed to help applicants share more information about themselves and assist our program in finding applicants that fit our program’s setting and mission. There is no cost to applicants and participation is optional.

The supplemental ERAS application provides:

  • geographic preferences (by division and by urban or rural setting); 
  • information about an applicant’s most meaningful experiences and other impactful life events, if applicable; and
  • program signals.

The supplemental ERAS application will be delivered on a survey platform that is separate from the MyERAS application and must be completed between August 1 and September 16, 2022.

Learn more about the AAMC supplemental ERAS application.

Specialized Tracks

Explore the three internal training pathways to subspecialty training while completing your residency at MIR.

Our Residents

They come to us from across the country and around the globe. Together they are on their way to becoming the future leaders in diagnostic radiology.

Program Director

With a breadth of experience in radiology education, Martin Reis, MD, knows what makes for a successful radiology residency.

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