MU Radiology: Providing Advanced Subspecialty Services, Building the Future of Medicine
The University of Missouri School of Medicine Department of Radiology is here to serve patients, provide diagnostic support for clinical specialties, train new radiologists, and support research.
Subspecialty-trained radiologists are present in every division of radiology. Our radiologists lead an ACGME –accredited diagnostic radiology residency program which trains expert radiologists. Our graduates have had 100% pass rate on the boards, and excellent placement in fellowships and jobs. The primary clinical institution and training site is University of Missouri Health Care, which includes Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, Missouri Orthopaedic Institute, and Women’s & Children’s Hospital but residents also rotate through Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital. In addition department provides clinical services at the new university of Missouri imaging center equipped with state of the art radiology facilities.
The department is fortunate to have excellent technical capabilities. MRI scanners include a new 3T and 4 1.5T scanners. Breast imaging includes tomosynthesis, breast density measurements, whole-breast ultrasound and breast MRI. The CT, Nuclear Medicine (including PET/CT, SPECT/CT), ultrasound and angiography equipment are state of the art. Biopsies and therapeutic interventions are performed utilizing all imaging modalities.
The department has an outstanding basic and translational research program utilizing 3 and 7T MRI, nano and molecular medicine. The department is internationally known for fundamental basic radio-pharmaceutical research and past discoveries of Tc-99m HMPAO (Ceretec) for brain imaging and Sm-153 EDTMP (Quadramet) for therapy of metastatic bone cancer.
Fellowships are offered in mammography, musculoskeletal radiology, neuroradiology, and pediatric radiology. The department also has an ACGME accredited nuclear medicine residency program for providing advanced training for radiology residents and qualified applicants for training in nuclear medicine. The training includes on-site training in all aspects of nuclear medicine including cardiac nuclear medicine (nuclear cardiology), PET/CT, SPECT/CT and extensive experience in radionuclide therapies of thyroid disorders,thyroid cancer, NHL, prostate cancer and metastatic bone cancer.
Amolak Singh, MD
Professor and Interim Chair
Department of Radiology
University of Missouri School of Medicine
One Hospital Drive, DC069.10, M292
Columbia MO, 65212
Phone: (573) 884-8299
Fax: (573) 884-3052