Past, Present, Future
ACVR Diplomate shares his story in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging
Embodying the mission of ACVR, Dr. William Blevins recounts the past, present and future of the ACVR through his eyes.LEARN MORE
Leading the Way
Artificial Intelligence in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Oncology
Artificial intelligence is quite a buzzword these days, with AI technology increasingly being applied to all aspects of information technology, affecting every corner of our day-to-day lives.Learn More
Who We Are
Veterinary Specialists Dedicated to Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Oncology
The American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) is a member-driven, non-profit organization consisting of over 600 accredited veterinary radiologists and radiation oncologists.Learn More
What We Do
The mission of the ACVR is to promote excellence in patient care by providing leadership, innovation, and education in veterinary diagnostic imaging and radiation oncology.Learn More
How We Do It
We lead the fields of veterinary radiology and radiation oncology
We work with veterinarians, veterinary students, and other scientists to provide consultation, education and innovative research.Learn More
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Who We Serve
Involvement of an ACVR radiologist and radiation oncologist in the diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy planning of your pet assures optimal care.
At its core, the mission of the American College of Veterinary Radiology is fulfilled by partnering with other veterinarians and working closely with veterinary technicians to provide comprehensive health care.
Residency Training Programs are available at universities or in private practice and are intended to lead to board certification by the ACVR in either Radiology or Radiation Oncology. Trainees must have a DVM, or equivalent degree. A one-year rotating internship or equivalent practice experience is generally required.