Academic and Clinical Excellence

Excellence in research, a commitment to exceptional patient care and continued investment in state-of-the-art technology are the hallmarks of the Department of Radiology. Our residents and fellows collaborate with our world-class faculty to create a dynamic learning environment.


Residency Program

Our radiology residency accepts six candidates per year. Training at The University of Vermont Medical Center is supplemented by a two-month rotation in pediatric radiology at the Children's Hospital Boston and a four-week rotation at the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) in Washington, D.C.



Faculty members in the Department of Radiology contribute to the education of medical students, maintain a four-year residency program for diagnostic radiology, and offers three ACGME accredited fellowships, one in neuroradiology and two in vascular/interventional radiology.



The Department of Radiology is committed to bringing advanced imaging technology to the local community and beyond; utilizing cutting edge translational research to advance clinical care.

Recent News

UVM MRI Center part of Large-Scale NIH Study of the Adolescent Brain. Richard Watts, Ph.D., is the coinvestigator on this large multi-center study, with Hugh Garavan (Psychiatry) as the local project director. More than 10,000 children between the ages of 9 and 10 will be enrolled at a number of research institutions across the country – including more than 500 children at UVM – and followed for 10 years.

Fecal Microbiota Transplantation via Fluoroscopy-Guided Nasojejunal Catheter Placement: Indications, Technique,and the Role of Radiology has been accepted Radiological Society of North America 101st Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, November 29 - December 4, 2015, Chicago, Illinois. Congratulations to Dr. Robert D'Agostino and Dr. Julien Wonderlick.