A Message from the Program Director
The Mallinckrodt name has always been synonymous with excellence and our graduates are no exception. Our residents and fellows come from all regions of the country and, in some cases, the world. Each brings unique talents and perspective to the MIR family, and we work to ensure that each can thrive. With more than 1,500 graduates since the 1930s, MIR graduates populate nearly every state and many countries around the world in both academics and private practice.
Residents and fellows work side-by-side with world-renowned faculty they know on a first-name basis. Learning from some of the leading minds in the country, trainees also have the opportunity to use those relationships to participate in clinical and bench research and other educational endeavors. These often lead to presentations at national meetings and publications in top radiology journals. Covering adult and pediatric hospitals that are ranked among the best in the nation every year, residents are exposed to a wide array of disease pathologies and cutting-edge techniques. Coupled with state-of-the-art imaging equipment, trainees have the opportunity to see things they wouldn't see many other places and contribute to the understanding of disease processes and imaging techniques.
St. Louis boasts a vast array of activities and areas of interest in a setting that has some of the most affordable housing for a major metropolitan area. Situated in the bustling Central West End on the edge of our jewel, Forest Park, Washington University Medical Center offers excellent opportunities for housing and leisure right outside its doors. For some, however, the allure of the surrounding suburbs draws them to the areas just a short drive from the medical center.
We are excited to have you learn more about our program and home. If you can’t find what you are looking for on our website, we encourage you to contact us to learn more about what we have to offer. We look forward to talking to you!
Jennifer Gould, MD
Residency Program Director