The Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is committed to the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions continued mission of setting the world standard in patient care, medical education and research. Upon joining our radiology residency program, you become part of not only a premiere radiology department, but also the broader national and international Johns Hopkins Medicine family. We aim to train the radiology leaders of tomorrow across the spectrum of clinical and academic practice.
Please visit [About Johns Hopkins] [Slideshow] to find out more about the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, including our new hospital, which opened in the spring of 2012. [The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center] compose the new 1 billion dollar clinical building, fully equipped with brand new diagnostic and interventional radiology facilities, as well as enhanced imaging capabilities including intraoperative and emergency department MRI.
Please visit [New East Baltimore] to find out more about the Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins and the ongoing expansion and development of East Baltimore.
Russell H. Morgan, a native of London, Ontario, completed his medical training at the University of Western Ontario. His work included the development of the automatic x-ray timer as well as major advancements in fluoroscopic screen intensification.
He arrived at Johns Hopkins in 1946 as the inaugural chairman of our department, subsequently serving as the dean of the School of Medicine from 1971-1975.
The Johns Hopkins e-Radiology comprehensive, interactive video lecture series seeks to set the national and international standard in radiology education. [e-Radiology]