The Radiology Section of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences consists of 4 faculty members, six residents, six radiology technologists, and a registered diagnostic medical ultrasonographer. Our veterinary health care professionals provide state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy for large and small animals belonging to members of our local community and for client-owned animals referred by veterinarians throughout Ohio and the surrounding states of Indiana, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West Virginia and Michigan. Our faculty members are nationally and internationally recognized experts in their fields, which include diagnostic radiology, ultrasonography, nuclear medicine, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and radiation oncology. They educate and train our veterinary students and provide clinical training of interns and residents preparing for specialty practice or academic careers.

The faculty members of the radiology section provide leadership and expertise by teaching students, practicing veterinary medicine, and by participating in post-graduate professional education and outreach activities. These include consultations with veterinary practitioners, continuing education seminars for practicing veterinarians, and authorship of articles and textbooks in various disciplines of veterinary medicine. Our faculty pioneer breakthroughs in animal medicine by identifying new naturally-occurring diseases of large and small animals and applying novel diagnostic methods and treatments to existing and emerging diseases.