Episode 7: Interview with an Interventional Radiology Resident

In this episode we interview Dr. John Moon, an Integrated Interventional Radiology Resident at Emory University and Founder & CEO of BioFlow Medical Devices. Dr. Moon gives an overview of the field of IR, the different IR training pathways, the intern year options for IR residency, and the typical day of an IR resident. He also provides advice for medical students applying to IR residency and selecting away rotations. The discussion also covers medical innovation where Dr. Moon talks about his novel catheter device company.

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John Moon, M.D.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/johntmoon
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johntmoon/
Dr. Moon SIR Panel Discussion on Away Rotations: https://youtu.be/ioWC2sPyuZoCurrent

Current Position

Integrated Interventional Radiology Resident, Emory University School of Medicine
Founder and CEO, BioFlow Medical Devices

Education

Transitional Year Internship, Emory University School of Medicine
M.D., Albany Medical College
B.A., Vassar College

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