Congratulations to Our 2020 Resident and Fellow Graduates

The Department of Radiology celebrated its graduating residents and fellows with a virtual ceremony this year. You can view a recording of the ceremony here.


  • Andrew Evelsizer, MD, Pediatric Radiology Fellowship at Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, Northwestern University
  • Nauroze Faizi, MBBS, Body Fellowship at University of Minnesota
  • Luke Krystosek, MD, Nuclear Fellowship at University of Minnesota
  • Mark Lee, DO, MSK Fellowship at University of Minnesota
  • Ryan Murphy, MD, MSK Fellowship at University of Minnesota
  • John Robinson, MD, MSK at University of Alabama - Birmingham
  • Ali Salavati, MD, PhD, Body MRI and Nuclear Medicine at Johns Hopkins
  • Xiao Wang, MD, PhD, Neuroradiology Fellowship at University of Minnesota



  • Masters Richards, MD, Southwest Medical Imaging, Ltd. - Scottsdale, AZ
  • Patrick Self, MD, Gundersen Health System - LaCrosse, WI
  • Sandeep Sharma, MBBS, Interventional Radiology Fellowship at Western University London, Ontario


  • Matt Frank, MD, Avera Health - Sioux Fall, SD


  • Yasemin Koksel, MD, Advanced Neuroradiology Fellowship at University of Minnesota
  • Kerem Ozturk, MD, Thorco abdominal Imaging Fellowship at University of Minnesota

Nuclear Radiology

  • Alessandro Gasparetto, MD, Pediatric Interventional Radiology Fellowship at Boston Children's Hospital


  • Jeff Ames, MD, Pediatric Radiology Fellowship at University of Minnesota
  • Can Ozutemiz, MD, Neuroradiology Staff at University of Minnesota

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