The American College of Radiology (ACR) is a forward-thinking professional medical society, representing nearly 40,000 radiologists, radiation oncologists and medical physicists. Founded in 1923, ACR is a world leader in radiology economic and clinical research and a primary driver of health care’s evolution to value-based care. The mission of the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP), sponsored by the ACR, is to deliver unequalled training to radiology residents, fellows, and practicing radiologists from around the world.

The four-week Radiologic Pathology Correlation Course is designed to aid residents and fellows in their endeavors to achieve excellence in the technologically advancing specialty of radiology, by employing radiologic-pathologic correlation in the identification of disease. The course fulfills training requirements for more than 310 radiology residency programs. The Radiologic Pathology Correlation Course is a comprehensive review of radiologic imaging with pathologic correlation providing more than 150 hours of didactic instruction and case seminars.

Meet the Chief




Dr. Mark D. Murphey has been an academic radiologist over 25 years and has directed all of his scholarly activities to his subspecialty of musculoskeletal imaging.