Mollie Meek, M.D.
Dr. Meek serves as the Division Director for Interventional Radiology and the Program Director for both the Interventional Residency and VIR Fellowship. She received her medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2004. She completed a surgery internship and one year of Neurosurgery residency before completing her diagnostic radiology residency at UAMS in 2010. She also completed a vascular interventional radiology fellowship at UAMS from 2008-2009. Dr. Meek received her Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology in 2011.

Dr. Meek’s areas of interest include HHT, vascular malformations and women’s health.

James Meek, D.O.
Dr. Meek earned his medical degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in 2007. Dr. Meek completed a diagnostic radiology residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2012 and a vascular interventional radiology fellowship in 2013. Dr. Meek received his Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology in 2014.

Dr. Meek specializes in interventional oncology, complex biliary work and portal hypertension.

Diane Bricco, M.D.
Dr. Bricco graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1999. She then completed a diagnostic radiology residency at St. Lukes/Roosevelt Hospital in New York and a cardiovascular and interventional radiology fellowship at New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell College of Medicine in 2005. Before coming to UAMS in 2016, Dr. Bricco spent eleven years working at Southern California Permanente Medical Group in San Diego, CA. Dr. Bricco received her Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology in 2008.

Dr. Bricco’s primary focus includes peripheral vascular disease and hemodialysis access.

Ruizong Li, M.D.
After completing medical school and radiology residency in China, Dr. Li worked as a Staff Radiologist for 4 years in an academic practice in his native country. He completed fellowship training at the University of Melbourne, Australia, the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria, Louisiana State University (LSU) Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, and the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. Dr. Li received his Certificate of Added Qualifications in 2014.

Dr. Li practices general interventional radiology.

Bill Culp, M.D.
Dr. Culp graduated from the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine with his medical degree in 1967. He then completed a diagnostic radiology residency at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Dr. Culp is the Vice-Chair of Research for the department and was recently invested as the first recipient of the Jonathan S. Fitch Distinguished Chair in Stroke and Neurocritical Care. For nearly two decades, he practiced general radiology in Ft. Smith. Then, at age 52, he left private practice to enroll in a VIR fellowship at the University of Nebraska. Post-fellowship, he held academic appointments at the University of Florida and the University of Nebraska, and then joined the UAMS College of Medicine in 2001. Since his mid-life career change, Bill has published 70 peer-reviewed papers, most often as first author, and has received approximately $4,000,000 in grant funding. The largest award was in excess of $2 million from NIH/NHLBI. Dr. Culp is patron co-founder of the UAMS Fund to Cure Stroke, which supports diverse stroke-related research. He also facilitates high-quality studies in many areas, including his primary focus of stroke and new approaches to stroke treatment. He holds two patents involving innovative stroke therapies, and a third patent is pending. Dr. Culp received his Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology in 1998.

Michael Beheshti, M.D.
Dr. Beheshti currently serves as the Chief of Radiology at CAVHS. He earned his medical degree from the University of Utah College of Medicine in 1984. He did his diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology training at Yale University School of Medicine in Connecticut. He also served as a Lt. Colonel in the United States Air Force from 1984-1997. Dr. Beheshti received his Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology in 2010.

Hyong Chung, M.D.
Dr. Chung received his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in 2003. He then completed a diagnostic radiology residency at UAMS in 2008 and a VIR fellowship at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in 2009. Dr. Chung works primarily at CAVHS. Dr. Chung received his Certificate of Added Qualifications in Vascular and Interventional Radiology in 2012.