Michigan Radiology Interest Group

MRIG - Ultrasound Boot Camp
Second year medical student practicing ultrasound guided paracentesis in Simulation Center.

The Michigan Radiology Interest Group (MRIG) is designed to support U-M medical students interested in learning more about the fields of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology. We provide regular informative meetings, social gatherings, a mentoring program, career counseling, and a positive atmosphere! Even if you aren't certain which specialty will be the right fit for you, MRIG can help you decide whether Radiology might be in your future. We can answer all of your resume-related questions, hook you up with a research advisor, and provide some insight into all the various subfields of our specialty. 

Doctors who pursue a career in Radiology comprise a wide array of interests, ranging across numerous subspecialties, including:

  • Musculoskeletal imaging
  • Breast imaging
  • Vascular/interventional radiology
  • Abdominal imaging
  • Cardiothoracic imaging
  • Neuroradiology
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Emergency radiology
  • Neurointervention
  • Pediatric radiology 

Many radiologists in most subspecialties both interpret images and perform image-guided procedures. Radiologists provide outstanding patient-centered care that includes detection, characterization, diagnosis, and treatment of countless diseases, disorders, and derangements. 

If you would like to learn more, please contact us! MRIG is designed for you!