Dr. Yedavalli recently joined Johns Hopkins University as an Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology and the Director of Stroke Imaging after completing completing his neuroradiology fellowship at Stanford University.
Dr. Shaffer earned her MD from Tufts and a PhD in Anatomy from U- Kansas, with residency at NEMC and fellowship in Chest at BWH, where she was on staff in chest and breast. She has won numerous national teaching awards and was Director of the Harvard Anatomy course for 5 years.
Dr. Carrino is an internationally renowned radiologist with particular expertise in diagnostic imaging and percutaneous image-guided intervention. He is a coauthor on over 200 peer reviewed publications in a variety of areas.
Dr. Bordia graduated medical school at RNT Medical College in India. She completed her Residency at NYU Winthrop Hospital and her Neuroradiology Fellowship at New York University School of Medicine. Her clinical interests include Emergency Radiology and head and neck imaging.
Dr. Karen Finlay is a Professor and Associate Chair Education at McMaster University. She is the Chief of Diagnostic Imaging at Hamilton Health Sciences. Former residency program director 2001-2012. Director of the Applied Exam for Radiology, Royal College Canada. Recipient of multiple national teaching awards.
Xiaoqin J. Wang is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at University of Kentucky and Markey Cancer Center. She obtained her medical and radiology residency training at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital. She completed a Women’s Imaging fellowship at University of Chicago.
Dr. Schaefer is the Vice Chair of Postgraduate Education and Fellowship Training, Director of MRI, and Associate Director of Neuroradiology, at Massachusetts General Hospital. She holds the Theresa McLoud Endowed Chair in Radiology Education and is a Professor of Radiology.
Dr. Nolan Kagetsu studied chemical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After graduating from Albany Medical College, he completed a residency in diagnostic radiology at Mount Sinai West and a fellowship in Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology at NYU.
Dr. Kilborn’s main areas of research are neuroradiology and infectious diseases.
She is an invited lecturer at ESNR, RSNA, ESPR, IPR, ASPNR and RSSA. She is passionate about teaching and actively involved in outreach to promote this.
Dr. Lamyaa Alsarraf completed the FRR – RCSI residency program in 2008, after which she worked briefly as a general radiologist. She has a special interest in cardiac CT and completed a Cardiac CT mini fellowship at Harbour UCLA. She has since switched to Neuroradiology and completed a neuroradiology fellowship at the Baylor College of Medicine in 2014.
Dr. Escalon is Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology at Weill Cornell Medical College. She completed her residency training at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell and a fellowship in Cardiothoracic Radiology at National Jewish Health and the University of Colorado.
Thoracic Radiologist, Vice Chair for Faculty Development and Education in the Department of Radiology, RWJUH, URG partner
Dr. Stowell serves as an advocate for healthcare needs of transgender persons, particularly within the field of radiology. His research focuses on imaging considerations after gender affirming hormonal and surgical therapies. He leads a national work group on gender diversity.
Dr. Kowal is Associate Professor of Radiology at UMass Medical School – Baystate and Chief of Ultrasound for Baystate Health. He is the creator of the online teaching resource Radiologist Headquarters and an active contributor to the Learning Radiology book series.
Dr. Bencardino trained in Radiology at Northwell Health and specialized in Musculoskeletal Radiology at NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital. She is currently Chief of Musculoskeletal Imaging and Professor of Radiology at Penn Medicine.
Dr. Weisman received her BA from Cornell University and MD from New York Medical College. She completed residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York (now the Mount Sinai West training program) and a Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Ibranhim is the Professor of Radiology in the Neuroradiology Division at the University of Michigan Health System.
Dr. Modahl is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the UMMS– Baystate. As the Chief of Thoracic Imaging in the Department of Radiology, she is active in radiology education. Her passion is clinical excellence in a multidisciplinary setting.
Dr. Mills is an Assistant Professor, Associate Residency Program Director, and Section Chief of Musculoskeletal Imaging at the University of Utah in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences. Her interests include perception research and radiology education innovation.
Proud alumni of University of Florida, AECOM, and University of Pennsylvania Radiology residency/fellowship. Mom of 3.
Associate Professor of Radiology & Associate Program Director, Department of University of South Florida. Pediatric Radiologist and Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Awarded USF Teaching Award six consecutive years. Member of SPR Fetal Imaging Committee and SPR Post Mortem Committee.
Dr. Savas is an assistant professor of radiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Her main clinical and research areas of interest include HRCT, lung cancer/screening, quantitative imaging, oncologic imaging, and molecular imaging including PET/CT and PET/MR.
Dr. Suranyi is an ABR-certified cardiothoracic radiologist, Director of Cardiac MRI and Cardiothoracic Fellowship Director. Born in Hungary, he earned his M.D. at the University of Pecs, Hungary. He earned his Ph.D. from UAB, Birmingham, AL and completed his residency and fellowship at MUSC in Charleston, SC.
Dr. Manzer is Associate Program Director and Medical Student Radiology Program Coordinator. Current interests include chondral mapping after knee injury, meniscal pathology and bone health.
Dr. Zayas-Colon obtained her M.D. at the Univ. Of Puerto Rico School Of Medicine, completed Diagnostic Radiology residency at LSU Medical Center in New Orleans LA, and an MSK Fellowship at the Univ. Of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester NY. Current MSK Division Chief at URMC Rad.
Dr. Kondo is an Associate Professor of Radiology, Division of Interventional Radiology at the University of Colorado SOM. She is board certified in Interventional Radiology and Diagnostic Radiology and a fellow of the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR).
Dr. Kumaravel is and Assistant Vice President, Prof of Radiology & Orthopedics, and is Chief of MSK imaging section at UT Houston. His clinical training includes a residency in Orthopedics & Trauma with surgical board certifications from Britain. He is a team doctor with the NFL Texans.
Dr. Epelman is a Professor of Radiology at the University of Central Florida and an Assistant Editor of “Pediatric Radiology”, the most esteemed journal for Pediatric Imagers. Dr. Epelman has published more than 150 manuscripts with more than 4000 citations, and a h-index of 30.
Dr. Elizabeth Lee is an assistant professor at Michigan Medicine in the division of Cardiothoracic Radiology. Her interest include medical student and resident education.
Dr. Nadgir is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Neuroradiology Division. Her interests include Neuroradiologic emergencies and education of residents and fellows.
Dr. Batlle is the Chief of Thoracic Imaging for Baptist Health South Florida and Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, as well as Associate Professor at FIU College of Medicine. He serves as cardiac MR course director for the American College of Radiology Education Center.
Dr. Romanelli is Associate Chair and Radiology Residency Program Director at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge MA and an Instructor in Radiology at Harvard Medical School. His interests include Interventional Radiology, Vascular Ultrasound, and Medical Education.
Chair of Univ of Tenn Health Science Center Radiology since 2009, Prof of Radiology, Pediatrics and Ob & Gyn, fellow of ACR, SRU & AIUM, > 300 chapters and papers, 10 texts , current editor-in-chief of the ACR CPI program. Active roles in ACR, SPR, RSNA, SRU, AIUM
Dr. Cristy French is an Associate Professor in the Division of Musculoskeletal Radiology at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. She is the Director of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound as well as the Musculoskeletal Fellowship Director.
Dinesh Rao is Associate Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery at UF Health Jacksonville. He is the section chief of neuroradiology.
Dr. Schieda is a Genitourinary Radiologist and Director of Abdominal MRI at The Ottawa Hospital and Associate Professor at The University of Ottawa. Active in clinical research, Dr. Schieda’s interests relate to imaging diagnosis of adrenal, renal and prostate malignancies.
Dr. Rajderkar has clinical experience in Pediatric Radiology, Nuclear medicine and Women’s imaging. She has been working at UF since July 2014 and has been the Division chief since Oct 2015. She is board certified in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine and has 46 publications.
Dr. David A. Bloom is a clinical pediatric radiologist specializing in pediatric oncologic and genitourinary imaging at Michigan Medicine – C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
William T. O’Brien, Sr., DO, FAOCR, completed a military radiology residency, followed by adult and pediatric neuroradiology fellowships in Cincinnati. He joined the faculty at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in 2017 upon completion of his academic military career.
Interventional Radiologist, Assistant Professor, Program Director of the IR Residency, and Associate PD of the DR Residency for the Zucker SOM at Hofstra/Northwell. Clinical interests include MSK, Urologic, and Pediatric IR. Non clinical focus is on Education and Wellness.
Dr. Catanzano is a Professor of Radiology at UMMS-Baystate. As the Radiology Residency Program Director and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs in the Department of Radiology, she is very active in education and faculty development.
Siddhartha Gaddamanugu, M.D. completed a year of fellowship training in both Neuroradiology and Nuclear Medicine at UAB. Dr. Gaddamanugu is American board certified in Radiology with also a certification of added qualification in Neuroradiology.
Puneet Bhargava is Professor of Radiology at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. His current work is focused on data-analytics, radiology operations, organizational psychology, and leadership.
Dr. Hu is Assistant Professor of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Emory University, Associated Program Director of the Neuroradiology Fellowship, and Director of Stroke Imaging. His clinical interests include neurovascular imaging, epilepsy and functional MRI.
Joshua P. Nickerson, MD is Associate Professor of Radiology at Oregon Health & Sciences University in Portland, OR where he serves as Division Chief of Neuroradiology and Associate Program Director. He also serves as Editor-in-Chief of Neurographics.
David Sarkany is a fellowship trained body imaging radiologist and Program Director of the Radiology residency program at Staten Island University Hospital. In addition, he graduated from MGH with a Master of Science in Health Professions Education
Dr. Lalwani is an abdominal radiologist with a specific interest in hepatopancreaticobiliary and pelvic imaging. He is an established academician and researcher and the recipient of an ARRS Figley Fellowship (2019) and RSNA Honored Educator awards (2020).
Dr. Agarwal is Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Education at UPMC where he also serves as Associate Chief of Neuroradiology, Director of Spine Intervention, and Neuroradiology Fellowship Program Director. Interests include neurotrauma, spine intervention, and med education.
Dr. Heyneman received her MD degree at the University of North Carolina. She completed her radiology residency at Duke University and a thoracic imaging fellowship in Vancouver, Canada. Dr. Heyneman’s clinical interests are in interstitial lung disease and cardiac MRI.
Dr. Mohamed Jarraya is a musculoskeletal radiologist with research focus in semiquantitative imaging of knee osteoarthritis and sports imaging.