Department of Radiology
It is a pleasure to welcome you (virtually) to our department.  Everyone feels they are unique, as does every department, but having worked around the world I can confidently say Radiology at Stony Brook is unique.

We are one of the very few departments that is co-located within an exceptional university. Stony Brook has arguably the finest physics and mathematics departments in the world, with biomedical engineering not far behind. Many of the most important advances in imaging including the inventions of MR, CT colonoscopy, and computer aided image diagnosis were made here.

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In the News

March 23, 2015   Mary Saltz, MD presented the virtues of Virtual Colonoscopy at the Stony Brook Oncology Cancer Center Grand Rounds as part of an interdisciplinary team discussing effective screening for colon cancer as part of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.

Dr. Mark Schweitzer to lecture at the International Conference of Radiology in September in Dubai.
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Dr. Mark Schweitzer to lecture on MR of the elbow at the AIRP on July 30, 2014.
Read More quotes Dr. Matt Barish about state of the art monitoring of lung nodules
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The Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at Stony Brook is a four-year training program that requires an internship year as a prerequisite to residency training. The program meets all requirements of the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Radiology and of the ACGME.
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