Interventional radiology is a field that offers boundless opportunities and part of what makes this specialty one of the most exciting fields in medicine is the fact that it is constantly evolving.

Tara Utley has over 20 years of experience in the medical imaging industry between the clinical environment as an Interventional Technologist (MRT), and delivering education through her more recent experiences in product management.

With the introduction of the Royal College (RC) Subspecialty exam in Interventional Radiology (IR), practicing IRs across Canada are faced with a decision: Do I really need to take another Royal College exam? 

This segment will feature a unique pearl learned by a junior VIR staff during residency or fellowship to share with our community.

Dr. Woodley-Cook has been practicing diagnostic and interventional radiology in Scarborough since 2015, where he has honed his practice to emphasize on hemodialysis interventions and peripheral vascular disease.

Dr. Sinclair has a broad IR practice with a heavy emphasis on peripheral vascular and vascular malformations.

Recently, Dr. De Korompay was a part of a group in Kelowna who started performing endovascular therapy for acute ischemic stroke, building a program from the ground up.

An opening for a 2-year fellowship in Vascular & Interventional Radiology at the University of Toronto 2021-2023 has become available.

The Canadian Association for Interventional Radiology (CAIR) condemns the escalating violence and ongoing harassment directed at Asians and Asian Canadians and stands in solidarity and compassion with the diverse Asian community.

Are you passionate about IR and would like to influence positive change? Do you have a solid base of expertise and experience? Do you have fresh ideas and new perspectives?