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  • 1. DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY RESIDENCY DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER OMAHA, NEBRASKA Program: This fully accredited residency program in Diagnostic Radiology is designed to train physicians in all facets of diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine. We offer a four-year residency in diagnostic radiology. Five (5) PGY II Diagnostic Radiology Residency positions are offered annually through the National Residency Matching Program. The program is approved for a total of 20 residents. Training is subspecialty oriented with resident rotations in gastrointestinal, genitourinary, musculoskeletal, pediatric and chest radiology, mammography, computed tomography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, neuroradiology, cardiovascular and interventional radiology. Each week, about seven hour-long conferences are held with a careful blend of didactic teaching and case conferences. Graduate courses are offered in Radiation Biology and Radiation Physics. All conferences are held in the radiology department conference facility and all residents are required to attend. Faculty at the University Hospital and the Omaha Veterans Administration Hospital provide coverage for the clinical services during conferences. Residents are involved in medical student teaching and are encouraged to participate in research projects. There is an active visiting professor program with numerous national authorities in radiology participating. All residents attend a six-week course in radiologic-pathologic correlation at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, in Washington, D.C., during their residency. The Department of Radiology maintains a two-bedroom apartment in Washington, D.C., for the residents' use while at this course. Facilities: The University of Nebraska Medical Center is located on a 45 acre campus in Omaha and serves as a modern clinical teaching center for the College of Medicine, College of Pharmacy, School of Nursing and other educational programs in the health sciences. With 398 inpatient beds and extensive outpatient facilities, the Medical Center is a compact, efficient referral hospital serving patients throughout the State and region. UNMC provides a full range of patient care including liver, pancreas and bone marrow transplantation. Almost every area of the Medical Center is engaged in clinical or basic science investigation. The Library of Medicine has over 200,000 books and 3,000 journals. It is headquarters for the Mid-Continental Regional Library covering seven states and is affiliated with the National Library of Medicine. The Department of Radiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center encompasses approximately 50,000 square feet and utilizes state-of-the-art equipment in diagnostic radiology, angiography, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and nuclear medicine. The Omaha Veterans Administration Hospital is an affiliate 408 bed hospital located one-half mile from the University of Nebraska Medical Center campus. The Radiology Department is a modern facility with excellent angiography, computed tomography, ultrasound and fluoroscopic equipment. Residents spend a total of nine months at the Veterans Administration Hospital during their four year residency. The total procedure volume for both institutions is over 135,000 examinations per year with excellent experience in all subspecialty areas of radiology. In 1990, a one-month rotation in pediatric radiology was established at Children's Hospital. This rotation compliments the pediatric radiology experience at the University Hospital.
  • 2. The faculty at the University of Nebraska Medical Center is totally integrated between the University Hospital and Outpatient Care Center and the Omaha Veterans Administration Hospital. All faculty are certified by the American Board of Radiology or the American Board of Nuclear Medicine. A list of our faculty is attached. The University of Nebraska Medical Center has merged with Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital. A connector extends between the 1st floors of both institutions. The merger agreement called for a unified group of radiologist and a single radiology department. This has resulted in an increase of approximately five staff radiologists and 50,000 exams. Community: Metropolitan Omaha has approximately 600,000 people, excellent schools, numerous universities and colleges, live theater, opera, a symphony orchestra and ample sports activities. All are accessible at modest cost. The Joslyn Art Museum and the New Cultural Center for the Performing Arts are outstanding. Ethnic restaurants are abundant. Omaha is strategically located within a day's drive or an hour's flight to Denver, Minneapolis, or Chicago. Appointments: There are 20 resident positions in diagnostic radiology and fellowship positions are offered in musculoskeletal radiology, body imaging, and vascular/interventional radiology. Graduate programs for M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are also available. All residents receive four weeks paid vacation per year, malpractice insurance, laboratory coats, and $625/year for books, journals and meetings. Comprehensive group health insurance and other medical benefits are provided at reduced rates. All residents attend Nebraska Radiological Society Meetings at which residents hear national authorities in diagnostic radiology. Application: Applications are accepted thru the Electronic Residency Application Service. Appointments begin on July 1st. Craig W. Walker, M.D. Jud W. Gurney, M.D. Howard B. Hunt Centennial Professor & Chairman Professor Department of Radiology Residency Program Director 981045 Nebraska Medical Center Department of Radiology Omaha, NE 68198-1045 981045 Nebraska Medical Center Phone: (402) 559-1010 Omaha, NE 68198-1045 Fax: (402) 559-1011 Phone: (402) 559-1018 E-mail: cwwalker@unmc.edu Fax: (402) 559-1011 E-mail: judgurney@mac.com Mary Kay Drake, M.D. Tina Clifton Assistant Professor Residency Coordinator Associate Program Director Department of Radiology 981045 Nebraska Medical Center 981045 Nebraska Medical Center Omaha, NE 68198-1045 Omaha, NE 68198-1045 Phone: (402) 559-1018 Phone: (402) 559-1018 Fax: (402) 559-1011 Fax: (402) 559-1011 E-mail: mdrake@unmc.edu E-mail: tclifton@unmc.edu
  • 3. Faculty: Craig W. Walker, M.D., Professor and Chairman of Radiology, Musculoskeletal Radiology Joseph C. Anderson, M.D., Professor and Vice Chairman of Radiology, Body Imaging Anthony B. Adelson, M.D., Assistant Professor, Interventional Radiology Sandra Alberry, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Children’s Hospital, Pediatric Radiology Michael D. Boska, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Radiology, Radiation Physics Udaya Chintalapudi, M.D., Assistant Professor, Special Procedures Glenn V. Dalrymple, M.D., Clinical Professor of Radiology, Nuclear Medicine Mary Kay Drake, M.D., Assistant Professor, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Associate Program Director Annabel Galva, M.D., Assistant Professor, Body Imaging Candace G. Grier, M.D., Assistant Professor of Radiology, Body Imaging Jud W. Gurney, M.D., Professor of Radiology, Chest Radiology Francis J. Hahn, M.D., Professor of Radiology, Neuroradiology Jordan H. Hankins, M.D., Professor of Radiology, Nuclear Medicine Katherine Holdeman, M.D., Assistant Professor, Nuclear Medicine Anne Hubbard, M.D., Associate Professor, Pediatric Radiology Thomas J. Imray, M.D., Professor of Radiology, Genitourinary Radiology, Thoracic Radiology Sushama Kunnathil, M.D., Assistant Professor, Interventional Radiology Debra M. Lyddon, M.D., Assistant Professor of Radiology, Body Imaging Timothy E. Moore, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.A.C.R., Professor of Radiology, Musculoskeletal Radiology Charles H. Morris, M.D., Associate Professor of Radiology, General Radiology Donald F. Orton, M.D., Associate Professor of Radiology, Service Chief of OVAMC, General Radiology Marcie H. Peterson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Radiology, Body Imaging David P. Poage, M.D., Assistant Professor of Radiology, Body Imaging, Neuroradiology Subbaraya Ramaprasad, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Radiology, Radiation Physics Jean A. Saigh, M.D., Associate Professor of Radiology, General Radiology Bruce A. Schroeder, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Children's Hospital, Pediatric Radiology Dick Slater, M.D., Associate Professor of Radiology, Interventional Radiology Michaela L. Tilgner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Radiology, General Radiology Matt White, M.D., Assistant Professor, Neuroradiology Cheryl A. Williams, M.D., Associate Professor of Radiology, Mammography RESIDENTS: NAME YEAR MEDICAL SCHOOL Robert Berg, M.D. 4 University of Minnesota Medical School Lisa Niebergall, M.D. 4 Creighton University School of Medicine Jennifer Oliveto, M.D. 4 Creighton University School of Medicine Jeana Petree, M.D. 4 University of Nebraska Medical Center Kristofer Vanderzwaag, M.D. 4 University of Iowa College of Medicine Jon Anderson, M.D. 3 University of Texas Medical School at Houston Will Eidsness, M.D. * 3 University of South Dakota School of Medicine Christopher Roach, M.D. * 3 Ohio State University College of Medicine Temple Rucker, M.D. 3 University of Nebraska Medical Center Eric Vanderwoude, M.D. 3 University of Nebraska Medical Center Matt Devries, M.D. 2 University of Nebraska Medical Center Lucy Muinov, M.D. 2 University of Nebraska Medical Center Doug Niemann, M.D. 2 University of Nebraska Medical Center Lisa Wheelock, M.D. 2 Creighton University School of Medicine Dan Zelen, M.D. 2 North Dakota School of Medicine Melissa Bischoff, M.D. 1 St. Louis University Health Sciences Center David Knight, M.D. 1 St. Louis University Health Sciences Center George Knight, M.D. 1 University of Washington School of Medicine David Penn, M.D. 1 University of Nebraska Medical Center Hugh Smith, M.D. 1 University of North Dakota School of Medicine *Co-Chief Residents
  • 4. NUCLEAR MEDICINE Shrinivas Bishu, M.D. 3 University of Nebraska Medical Center Terri Love, M.D. 2 University of Nebraska Medical Center FELLOWS Nicholas Moore, M.D. 5 University of Vermont Travis Petree, M.D. 5 University of Nebraska Medical Center Fareed Quraishi, M.D. 5 University of Texas Medical School in Galveston Return to UNMC Residency Programs List For more information, contact Graduate Medical Education at (402) 559-7426 or e-mail rnelson@unmc.edu or vhamm@unmc.edu.