Radiology Fellowship Program: Training Future Radiologists
Cincinnati Children’s Department of Radiology offers one of the largest training programs for pediatric radiologists in the country.
Myth Busters: Nuclear Medicine
What is nuclear medicine? We debunk the most common myths.
Imaging for Children with Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Learn why CT and MR imaging are important in your child’s evaluation for sensorineural hearing loss.
Meet the Team: Dr. Michael Nasser
Meet Dr. Michael Nasser, one of the pediatric radiologist who covers the overnight shift at Cincinnati Children's.
Meet the Team: Fallon Cook
Meet Fallon Cook, a reading room assistant at Cincinnati Children's.
Patient Experience: Owen
Over the last 18 months, radiology technologist Megan Little's son has battled leukemia. Read about her experience and why she's grateful for Children's.
Keeping Radiation Doses As Low As Possible for Your Child
Learn how we make every effort to reduce the amount of radiation your child receives during his or her imaging study at Cincinnati Children's.
Meet the Team: Rose Martin
Meet Rose Martin, a member of our informatics team, and learn how we handle all the information that passes through the Radiology Department everyday.
Dr. Jason Woods Takes Huge Strides in Imaging Lungs
Learn how Cincinnati Children's own Dr. Jason Woods is a pioneer in the field of imaging lung structure and function.
Leaders in the care of children with chILD
We've learned a great deal over the last few years about how to care for children with chILD, or childhood interstitial lung disease.
Cardiac Imaging Supports Diagnosis of a Heart Condition or Defect
Learn how many departments at Cincinnati Children's come together to diagnose heart conditions and defects.
Doctors Collaborating for Your Child’s Health
Learn about the team working behind the scenes to help your child during his or her visit to the Cincinnati Children's Radiology Department.
Changes to Liberty Campus That Benefit Your Child
Changes are being made every day to accommodate the growing needs of patients and families within the medical center. One of those changes that we are excited to announce is
What’s the difference between an MRI and CT?
When I started experiencing shoulder dislocations due to a fall, the first test that was ordered was an MRI and then later a pre-surgical CT. I started wondering: What’s the
Meet the Team: Dr. Jonathan Dillman
My name is Jonathan Dillman and I am a pediatric radiologist. It is difficult to put into words how exciting it is to be a new member of the Cincinnati
What is a Radiology Resident?
A radiology resident is a doctor who has been on a long journey of learning. After completing college and graduating from medical school, these doctors have worked in various clinical