Video Library

Residency Recruitment Welcome Messages

Introduction to UF Radiology Diagnostic Residency Program

Get an in depth look at the Diagnostic Radiology residency program from associate program director, Dr. Priya Sharma.

Doctor Priya Giresh Sharma

Welcome Message from the Chair

Meet Dr. Anthony Mancuso, chair of the UF Department of Radiology.

Doctor Anthony Mancuso

Welcome Message from the Program Director

Meet Dr. Nupur Verma, program director of the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program.

Doctor Nupur Verma

Diagnostic Residency Program Highlights

A brief overview of the Diagnostic Radiology Residency program with associate program director, Dr. Abdullah Malkawi.

Doctor Abdullah Malkawi

Welcome Message from the Chief Residents

Meet our chief residents, Drs. Deepak Vallabhaneni and Simon Ho and learn more about the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program.

Chief residents Doctors Deepak Vallabhaneni and Simon Ho

Department of Radiology Video Tour

Join us on a walking tour of UF Radiology!

Shands Hospital

Introduction to the Divisions

Abdominal Imaging

Introduction to Abdominal Imaging with section chief, Dr. Joseph Grajo.

Doctor Joseph Grajo

Breast Imaging

Introduction to Breast Imaging Division with section chief, Dr. Mariam Hanna.

Doctor Mariam Hanna

MSK Imaging

Introduction to the Musculoskeletal Imaging Division with section chief, Dr. Troy Storey.

Doctor Troy Storey

Neuroradiology

Introduction to the Neuroradiology Division with section chief, Dr. Reordan DeJesus.

Doctor Reordan DeJesus

Pediatric Radiology

Introduction to Pediatric Radiology Division with section chief, Dr. Dhanashree Rajderkar.

Doctor Dhanashree Rajderkar

Thoracic Imaging

Introduction to Thoracic Imaging Division with assistant professor, Dr. Pratik Patel.

Doctor Pratik Patel

Vascular & Interventional Radiology

Introduction to Vascular and Interventional Radiology Division with assistant professor, Dr. Evans Heithaus.

Doctor Evans Heithaus

Special Interests

ESIR

Introduction to ESIR with associate program director, Dr. Hugh Davis.

Doctor Hugh Davis

Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physics Residency

Learn about the Medical Physics residency program from program director, Dr. Lynn Rill.

Doctor Lynn Rill

Women in Radiology

Learn more about the UF Women in Radiology group from resident leader, Dr. Anne Lopez.

Doctor Anne Lopez

RAD-AID

Learn more about our outreach efforts from UF RAD-AID vice president, Dr. Simon Ho.

Doctor Simon Ho

WIDI SIM

Learn more about the pre-call WIDI SIMulation from Dr. Ivan Davis. This SIM is given to residency programs across the country (including UF) each year.

Doctor Ivan Davis

Fellowship Programs

MSK Fellowship Program

Learn more about the Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship Program from program director, Dr. Cooper Dean.

Doctor Cooper Dean

Neuroradiology Fellowship Program

Learn about the Neuroradiology Fellowship Program from program director, Dr. Tara Massini.

Doctor Tara Massini

Most Missed SIM Cases

Suppurative Adenitis

This case was missed by 92% of residents. Follow along with Dr. Mancuso as he reviews this case.

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Invasive Fungal Sinusitis

This case was missed by 73% of residents. Follow along with Dr. Mancuso as he reviews this case.

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Calcaneal Fracture

This case was missed by 82% of residents. Follow along with Dr. Davis as he reviews this case.

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Pancreatic Laceration

This case was missed by 83% of residents. Follow along with Dr. LaRue as he reviews this case.

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Basilar Artery Thrombosis

This case was missed by 90% of residents. Follow along with the Dr. Bidari as he reviews this case.

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