​Our Faculty

David M Yousem, MBA, MD

​Professor of Radiology, Vice Chairman and Associate Dean at Johns Hopkins. Published over 300 scientific papers. Author of Neuroradiology: The Requisites, the Case Review Series, and Radiology Business Practice: How to Succeed. Former President of ASNR.

​Mahesh Thapa, MD

​Associate Professor of Radiology, Director of Musculoskeletal Imaging at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Published over 50 peer-reviewed manuscripts. Given over 70 invited lectures.  Co-author of 4 textbooks. Former president of Alliance of Clinician Educators in Radiology (ACER).

​Mahan Mathur, MD

​Associate Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at Yale School of Medicine, Associate Program Director for Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Director of Medical Student Education in Radiology. Awarded 4 times the Yale Radiology Teacher of the Year.

​Stephen J. Pomeranz, MD

​Founder of MRI Online. Authored numerous medical textbooks in MRI. Authored numerous MRI texts, including The MRI Total Body Atlas. Avid conference lecturer. Chairs fellowship training program in MR and advanced imaging. CEO & Medical Director, ProScan Imaging.

Suresh Mukherji, MD

Recognized authority in Head and neck, and neuroradiology. Authored over 400 scientific manuscripts and book chapters and written or edited 12 textbooks. Consulting editor for both Neuroimaging Clinics and Magnetic Resonance Clinics of North America. Devoted educator and has been an invited speaker on over 400 occasions.

​Jannette Collins, MD, MEd, FACR

​Editor of Seminars in Roentgenology and MRI Online.  Thoracic radiologist. Prior PD, dean of GME, and radiology chair.  Author: “Essentials of Chest Radiology”, over 225 papers. Past president: STR, AUR, APDR, ACER.  Recipient: RSNA Outstanding Educator Award, AUR Gold Medal.

Daniel Cornfeld, M.D.

New Zealand based radiologist. Contributor for PI-RADS v2.1. Beta-reader for the first version of LI-RADS. Previously an Associate Professor of Radiology at the Yale School of Medicine.Currently in Gisborne, New Zealand at a small radiology department providing state of the art imaging to help remedy the many unmet health-care needs.