VUMC Radiology Match 2024: Diagnostic and Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency Program

The Department of Radiology is excited to share results of the 2024 Residency Match!


MATCH 2024

Patrick Doyle (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine) - Interventional
A Brentwood, Tennessee native, Patrick enjoys wade fishing and golfing. He is an avid supporter of the Nashville Predators and likes to do various types of camping, including car camping, backpacking, and even canoe-camping! Patrick took a year off from his medical school training to perform interventional oncology research under the supervision of Dr. Dan Brown. He also worked to reduce the environmental and economic impact of waste disposal in our IR angiography rooms.  Patrick received his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern University.

Tori Risner (University of North Carolina School of Medicine)
 - Interventional

Tori comes to VUMC from Durham, North Carolina. She describes herself as a spatial and visual thinker, growing this ability through various hobbies and D.I.Y. projects. Tori is a self-taught knitter and woodworker and is hoping to expand her skills this year to the art of crocheting. She has a diverse research background including DEI initiatives, creation of cervical spine phantoms, and management of pelvic varices. Tori received her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology from Emory University.

John Vandevender (University of Illinois College of Medicine) - Interventional
John comes to Nashville from Naperville, Illinois. A professional bass fisher in high school, John went on to be a brand ambassador who photographed team-sponsored products that were featured by the University of Wisconsin Fishing Team's social media. John has a broad research background including the application of virtual reality for surgical planning, IR-guided urinary lithotripsy, and fluoroscopic-guided enteric tube placement. John received his undergraduate degree in Microbiology from the University of Wisconsin.

Jeffery Anderson (Louisiana State University School of Medicine New Orleans) - Diagnostic
Joining us from his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana, Jeffery is an avid golf player who hopes to get his second-ever hole-in-one during his residency at VUMC! He's a pizza aficionado and enjoys hosting pizza parties. He has a similar love for home-brewed coffee and hopes to upgrade his espresso game soon. Jeffery received his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College.

Zoey Duncan (University of Alabama at Birmingham Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine) - Diagnostic
An Athens, Alabama native, Zoey also has a love for coffee and espresso: she's been trying to perfect her own cup by taking barista classes and touring coffee shops in every city she visits! She also loves baking breads and sweets—and hosting themed events and dinners! Zoey received her undergraduate in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Danielle Hanuschak (Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine) - Diagnostic
Danielle joins us from her hometown of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She enjoys spending time outdoors in a variety of ways: camping, hiking, horseback riding, snow skiing, ATV riding and white-water rafting! She loves exploring national parks. She's visited multiple, but her favorite so far has been Glacier National Park in Montana. Danielle received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology from Florida State University.

Lauren Hatcher (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine) - Diagnostic
Lauren's hometown is right here, Nashville, Tennessee! Her interests meet at the intersection of business, technological innovation and global health. At VUMC, she hopes to grow both as a clinician and as an innovator. Lauren received her undergraduate degree in Medicine, Health and Society & Spanish from Vanderbilt University.

Emma Neal (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine) - Diagnostic
Emma's hometown is Cookeville, TN, about 80 miles from VUMC. She's a big fan of gardening and crocheting. She's also a huge houseplant enthusiast! Emma received her undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.

Ben Park (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine) - Diagnostic
Ben made his way to Nashville for medical school, but is originally from Johns Creek, Georgia. He enjoys learning about a wide-range of subject matter, such as disaster management and healthy policy, vaccine production, and microfluidics in space. Previously, he worked as a research coordinator at the Rizzoli Orthopedic Institute in Bologna, Italy. Ben received his undergraduate degree in Microbiology & Psychology from the University of Georgia.