Dr. Jeremy Heit is an Associate Professor of Radiology and of Neurosurgery and the interim Chief of Neuroimaging and Neurointervention at Stanford University. He is a practicing diagnostic and interventional neuroradiologist who specializes in the diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. Dr. Heit’s research seeks to understand the pathophysiologic basis of cerebrovascular disease. In addition, his group is developing new minimally invasive, image-guided treatments for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. He has authored over 150 publications and is an investigator on multiple grants, including the CRISP 2 and DEFUSE 3 studies. He is the co-PI of the NIH-funded PRECISE basilar thrombectomy study.
Michael H Lev, MD, FAHA FACR, is Director of Emergency Radiology & Emergency Neuroradiology at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, and a Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School. He has been an attending radiologist at MGH since 1995 and is board certified in both Internal Medicine & Radiology, with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Neuroradiology. Dr. Lev is an elected Fellow of both the American Heart Association and the American College of Radiology. He served as Deputy Editor for neuroimaging of the journal Radiology from August 2007 through March 2009, for which he continues as Senior Consultant to the Editor, and has been on the editorial board of the American Journal of Neuroradiology since 2000. His research interests include acute stroke imaging with advanced CTA & CTP techniques, Dual Energy CT applications in emergency imaging, Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) for portable detection of brain injury, rapid automated CT diagnosis & characterization with Deep Learning, and ED Process Workflow Analysis. He has been a Principal or Co-Principal Investigator for several NIH, DOD, society, foundation, and industry sponsored grants.
Dr. Bash is the Medical Director of Neuroradiology at San Fernando Valley Interventional Radiology at RADNET. Prior to this she was on the faculty at UCLA as an Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology, after completing a 2 year Neuroradiology Fellowship at UCLA and Radiology Residency also at UCLA.
Dr. Bash’s passion and interests lie in Artificial Intelligence applications in advanced Neuroimaging, serving as a consultant to several AI companies, member of the Editorial Board in the AI section for Applied Radiology, and actively involved in AI clinical trials, peer-reviewed publications, and AI related educational webinars, as well as a recurring guest on TV, radio, and podcasts.
Dr. Katzen is a breast imager and the director of the breast imaging fellowship program at Weill Cornell Medicine/New York Presbyterian Hospital where she has practiced for over 10 years.
Dr. Jocelyn Rapelyea is the residency program director of Radiology and the Associate Director of breast imaging at the Medical Faculty associates of George Washington University. She has lectured nationally and internationally and is a fellow in the society of breast imaging. She has taught many courses on the basics of breast ultrasound and new screening techniques with 3D breast ultrasound.
Dr. Giovanni Lorenz completed his Diagnostic Radiology Residency at the San Antonio Military Health System (SAMHS) and advanced cardiac and thoracic imaging fellowships at the Cleveland Clinic, OH. He is the section head for thoracic imaging at SAMHS and lead cardiac imaging advisor for the Dept of the Air Force.
Erin Gomez completed her Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Body MRI subspecialty training at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. She is an Assistant Professor in the Diagnostic Imaging Division at Johns Hopkins, where she specializes in cross-sectional imaging of the female pelvis and medical student and resident education.
Completed Radiology Residency at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Neuroradiology Subspecialty at Hospital of University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Blitz earned an undergraduate degree in neuroscience from Brown University, where he earned his medical degree through Brown Medical School’s Program in Liberal Medical Education. A National Institutes of Health Howard Hughes Scholar, Dr. Blitz spent a year conducting neurophysiology research before completing an internal medicine internship at Harvard’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He then completed a radiology residency—including service as chief resident—and a neuroradiology fellowship at The Johns Hopkins Hospital before joining the Johns Hopkins faculty. He was recruited by University Hospitals/ Case Western Reserve Medical School in 2019 to serve as division chief of neuroradiology.
Mini Pathria completed her medical training in Hamilton and Montreal Canada and MSK fellowship at UCSD. She is currently Professor of Radiology and the Division Chief of MSK Imaging at UCSD, where she specializes in trauma and MR imaging.
Dr. Brixey is an Assistant Professor of Radiology in the Cardiothoracic Imaging section at Oregon Health and Science University. She obtained her medical degree from University of Chicago. Prior to radiology, she formally trained and practiced in pulmonary/critical care.
Dr. Edward Lee is an associate professor of radiology at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) and Harvard Medical School (HMS). Since Dr. Lee was appointed as the Chief of Thoracic Imaging Division in 2010 – 2021 and Director of MRI from 2012 – 2014, he has integrated imaging performance and interpretation across all modalities for congenital and acquired pediatric disorders at BCH. Dr. Lee has been an author on more than 250 peer-reviewed journal articles, 185 review articles or book chapters, and seven internationally widely used textbooks related to pediatric imaging.
Rachel Brem, MD, is board-certified in Diagnostic Radiology. She is a professor of radiology and the vice chair of radiology at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences as well as the Director of the Breast Imaging and Interventional Center.. Dr. Brem has been instrumental in FDA clearance and introduction of numerous new breast cancer technologies including molecular breast imaging, artificial intelligence and automated whole breast ultrasound to improve breast cancer detection in women with dense breast. She is the director of Breast Imaging & Intervention. Dr. Brem is the principal investigator of numerous clinical trials She has published more than100 journal articles and manuscripts related to breast cancer, and is the recipient of numerous honors and awards. Dr. Brem works extensively with members of the Hill to further education, awareness and legislature to optimize breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. She is a the medical director and co-founder of the Brem Foundation to Defeat Breast Cancer which is dedicated to education, advocacy and care in the underserved community. The Brem Foundation was instrumental in passage of the DC breast density legislation, one of only a handful that require insurance coverage of essential additional imaging for women with dense breast tissue to optimally detect early, curable breast cancer. As a breast cancer survivor herself, she understands and is committed to the science and the personal aspects of breast cancer.
Dr. Guryildirim is an Assistant Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is board certified in diagnostic radiology by the American Board of Radiology, and specializes in pediatric neuroimaging.
He is a practicing radiologist in a large semi-academic radiology practice that staffs the teaching hospital for Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He has decades of experience in radiology practice administration, academic radiology, organized medicine, medical staff leadership and local hospital boards. He is currently on the Board of Directors of University Radiology Group, the largest independent radiology practice in New Jersey, and has been tasked with clinical oversight of the breast imaging artificial intelligence efforts in the practice.
Dr. Alka Ashmita Singhal, Associate Director Radiology at Medanta Radiology is an expert in Diagnostic Whole Body Ultrasound Imaging, including abdomen, Obstetric and Fetal doppler with 3D, Vascular studies, Neck, Parathyroid, Thyroid and MSK. She studied at ASUM, UNSW ARDMS USA
Dr. Attili is a Clinical Associate Professor at Michigan Medicine with a specialty in Diagnostic Radiology.
Dr. Zan is a radiologist who specializes in Neuroradiology and Nuclear Medicine with a focus on Theranostics; combining imaging and Therapy.
Professor Tchoyoson Lim (MBBS, FRCR, MMed) is Senior Consultant radiologist at National Neuroscience Institute and Academic Vice Chair of Education at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore. His interest is CNS infection, computers/AI in education.
Dr. Moonis is Clinical Professor of Radiology in the division of neuroradiology. A gifted educator, Dr. Moonis is a nationally and internationally recognized speaker in head and neck radiology and has been invited to present at various national and international meetings.
Professor of Radiology, Neurology and Neurosurgery and director of Interventional Neuroradiology. His clinical and research expertise is in Endovascular Neurointerventional and MR guided focused ultrasound. He has published over 200 articles on these and related topics.
Ryan W. Woods, MD, MPH earned his MD at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, and obtained his MPH at Boston University School of Public Health. Dr. Woods completed residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and fellowship training at the University of Wisconsin.
David Fessell, MD, is currently a Faculty Associate at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and a certified Executive Coach. He publishes and presents on the topics of emotional intelligence, leadership, resiliency, and humor.
Dr. Nagi Khouri is the inaugural Carol Ann Flanagan Professor in Breast Imaging at Johns Hopkins University and is an Associate Professor of Radiology and Oncology.
Emily Ambinder, MD is an Assistant Professor in the Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiology and Radiological Science. She specializes in all aspects of breast imaging including mammography, tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, and image-guided breast procedures.
Mehmet Emin Adin, MD, is a recent graduate of the Yale University Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship program. He is a faculty member of the Yale University Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Department in the section of Emergency Radiology.
Scott Schiffman MD, completed residency/fellowship training at the University of Rochester with specialization in MSK imaging. Dr. Schiffman is an assistant professor and fellowship director for Musculoskeletal Imaging at the University of Rochester. His main interests include tumor and hip imaging.
Dr. Karen Chen is a first generation physician who stumbled onto the unlikely path of neurointervention because of a friend with a jaw arteriovenous malformation. She is trained and mentored by radiologists and neurosurgeons, and she feels strongly that the best care comes from an interdisciplinary team.
Dr. Jordan is Professor of Radiology, Division of Breast Imaging University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Her principal area of interest and expertise is breast imaging with special interests in radiologic-pathologic correlation and radiology education.
Mykola Novikov, MD, PhD is a diagnostic nuclear medicine physician and radiologist, focusing mainly on hybrid imaging in oncology, radiomics and textural analysis in PET/CT. He is currently serving as a head of Diagnostic Radiology Department at LISOD Oncological Hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Dr. Poullos was a G.I. fellow at UCSF when he had a C3-C4 spinal cord injury. He switched careers and did Radiology residency and body fellowship at Stanford. In 2018, he founded the Stanford Medicine Abilities Coalition (SMAC), advocating for disabled providers and patients.
Linda K. Olson, M.D. FACR, is Emeritus Professor of Radiology at UCSD, where she was Director of Breast Imaging for 20 years. She is a triple amputee whose book, “GONE A Memoir of Love, Body, and Taking Back My Life,” was published in 2020.
Priyanka Handa, MD completed her undergraduate and medical training at University of Miami, residency at Albert Einstein and fellowship in Breast Imaging at Emory University Hospital. Dr. Handa is the Director of Breast Imaging from Naples Community Hospital Health Systems.
Alice Goldman is a radiologist, abdominal imaging section Johns Hopkins. Her interests include optimizing management of incidental findings, preventing over diagnosis/overtreatment and improving clarity in radiology
reporting as it impacts clinicians’ inclination to act upon findings.
Maryam Etesami, MD is an assistant professor and the service chief of breast MRI in the Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging at Yale School of Medicine. Her areas of research interest and medical expertise include breast MRI and digital breast tomosynthesis.
Dr. Stefan L. Zimmerman is an Assistant Professor in Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiology and Radiological Science. He specializes in diagnostic radiology with an emphasis on cardiac imaging.
Dr. Mullen has been a breast imaging radiologist at Johns Hopkins for nearly 20 years. She has experience in screening and diagnostic mammography, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, and breast interventional procedures, including biopsy and preoperative localization. Her interests include resident and fellow education, practice improvement, and artificial intelligence in breast imaging.
Dr. Resnick has written over 1100 scientific and educational articles (more than 100 published in Radiology), 72 book chapters, and 16 books on musculoskeletal radiology. Dr. Resnick is a renowned lecturer, having given over 50 named lectures throughout the world including the Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen Honorary Lecture at the European Congress of Radiology and the Ho Hung Chiu Medical Education Foundation Lecture in Hong Kong. His list of dozens of awards and honors includes the American Roentgen Ray Gold Medal, Diagnostic Imaging Magazine’s 20 Most influential People in Radiology, Medical Imaging INdustry’s Top 10 Radiologists, twice-awarded AuntMinnie.com Most Effective Radiology Educator, and an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Zurich. IN 2018, ACR bestowed the Gold Medal on Dr. Resnick for his lifetime achievements. Dr. Resnick is a member of 9 radiology societies, and is a past president of the International Skeletal Society. In addition, he is an Honorary Fellow of 6 radiology societies in Europe and Asia. He serves on a multitude of departmental, hospital/medical school, and national committees. He has served on editorial boards and has a manuscript reviewer of 18 leading journals including AJR, Radiology, and RadioGraphics. More than 150 clinical fellows and 400 international research fellows, from over 20 countries throughout the world, have received one-on-one training through his fellowship programs. Amazingly, 70% of these fellows pursued academic careers after their training. More than 1000 visitors have come to his base of operations, known as “The Bone Pit.”
Dr. Marcelo de Abreu completed his MSK Imaging subspecialty at UCSD. Since 2002, he has been on the MSK staff at the Hospital Mae de Deus, and the Head of Radiology since 2016.