Diversity in the doctors in IR means more understanding in the diversity of our patients and providing an overall more inclusive place for our patients to come to for their health concerns. It matters greatly when there are cultural or language barriers to getting treatment, and having a specialty with many physicians from all walks of life can help alleviate some of those barriers.

Dalhousie University Department of Radiology and Nova Scotia Health’s QEII Health Sciences Center Department of Diagnostic Imaging is offering a full-time faculty position for an Interventional Radiologist.

Dr. King is currently the lead for the Department of Interventional Radiology at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre.

Mike Remo is an industry professional with almost 20 years of experience beginning his career in Pharmaceuticals and quickly transitioned to Medical Devices.

Over the years Jason’s practice has evolved to include complex endovascular cases and heavy interventional oncology, specifically Jason enjoys liver intervention, getting his kicks with TACE, TARE and TIPS.

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?

Woman. Interventional radiologist. You rarely heard those terms together in Manitoba until Dr. Alessandra Cassano-Bailey entered the field of interventional radiology in 2012.