Interventional Radiology Residency

The Duke University Department of Diagnostic Radiology and the Division of Interventional Radiology have long provided world-class training for physicians pursuing careers in diagnostic medical imaging and intervention. The Integrated IR Residency at Duke now brings together the clinical and academic strengths of the Radiology faculty in a 5-year curriculum that prepares the trainee for practice in both DR and IR, culminating in a dual-certificate in both DR and IR. In addition to the Integrated IR residency for medical students, we also have a 1 or 2-year accredited independent IR residency for DR residents as well as the Early Specialization in IR (ESIR) program for Duke DR residents. Strengths of the program include excellent classroom and bedside teaching, funded research opportunities, and state-of-the-art image-guided procedural training.

Duke IR Residency

Clinical rotations during the first three years of the integrated residency focus on diagnostic imaging interpretive skills, with experience in Cardiothoracic Imaging, Neuroradiology, Abdominal Imaging, Mammography, Pediatric Radiology, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Interventional Radiology and Nuclear Medicine.

Training in the fourth year of integrated residency (as well as ESIR and concentrates on developing the Interventional skills of the IR resident. The resident spends five months performing interventional cases on inpatients and outpatients. Residents round on their inpatients each morning and see outpatients pre/post procedurally in the IR outpatient clinic. The resident spends one month in the Surgical ICU, one month on the Surgical Oncology service, and one month performing IR research. The four remaining months are spent completing Diagnostic Radiology rotations.

The fifth-year of residency fully immerses the resident into the field of IR, providing 12 months of IR case experience, daily inpatient rounding and seeing patients weekly in the outpatient clinic.

The IR division staff is made up of 9 attending physicians, 3 advanced practice providers (PA/NP), 15 IR technologists, and 14 IR nurses. Approximately 680 procedures are performed each month at the University and the VA hospitals, with referrals from the surrounding southeastern states.

For more information about the IR residencies, please visit the links below for information on specific topics. For more information about the IR division, please visit the IR division webpage. Click here

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Our IR Faculty

Dr. Brendan Cline. Interventional radiology.

Shawn Rocco/Duke Health

shawn.rocco@duke.edu
office: 919-668-0994
cell: 919-812-8291

Our IR Residents

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IR Clinical Rotations

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IR Resident Conferences

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IR Resident Call Schedules

Dr. Charles Kim, an assistant professor of radiology, in the Medical Science Research Building at Duke University.

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IR Resident Research

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IR Resident Benefits

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IR in Durham and the Research Triangle

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IR Resident Social Life

Application process

IR Application Process

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IR Contact Information