UAB Radiology physicians are often double certified in radiology and other specialties, such as neuropathology or vascular (vein) radiology. Many specialize in areas such as women’s health, abdominal, lung, brain, heart, kidneys, pancreas and bile ducts, tumors, bones, and muscles. Every sub-specialty of radiology is represented by the more than 75 radiology physicians.
On the Radiology team are five Fellows of the Society of Radiologist in Ultrasound (this is the second highest number of any institution in the world). UAB also trains fellows and physicians in radiology specialties and sub specialties.
Technologists who work with the machines in the diagnostic and fluoroscopic rooms are accredited by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT). Technologists working in CT and MRI have earned advanced certifications with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) in their specific technologies. Technologists working in PET-CT have earned advanced certifications in nuclear medicine and clinical nuclear medicine (CNMT).