Douglas S. Katz, MD, FACR, FASER, FSAR, is Vice Chair of Research at NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island, and Professor of Radiology at the Long Island School of Medicine. He has extensive experience in academic radiology.
Mai-Lan Ho is a physician-scientist specializing in translational advanced MRI, head & neck imaging, and neurogenomics. She is lead author of the textbook Neuroradiology Signs, as well as editor of The AAWR Pocket Mentor and Pediatric Neuroimaging: State-of-the-Art.
Dr. Nivedita Agarwal is a double-boarded neurologist and neuroradiologist, working in Northern Italy, Province of Trentino. She is editor and author of a book “Neuroimaging – Anatomy meets Function” and is passionate about correlating MR anatomy to function of brain areas.
Dr. Prachi Agarwal is a professor of Radiology, Division Director of Cardiothoracic radiology, Co-director of Congenital Cardiovascular MRI program and the Ambulatory Care Unit Medical Director for the CVC General Imaging Service at University of Michigan. She obtained a Masters in Clinical Research Design and Statistical Analysis from the School of Public Health, MI. Dr. Agarwal has over 80 publications. She has served on various committees in professional societies and serves as the chair of the American Board of Radiology cardiac core committee and chair of the Research and Awards Committee of North American Society of Cardiac Imaging.
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. 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.
Thoracic Radiologist, Vice Chair for Faculty Development and Education in the Department of Radiology, RWJUH, URG partner
She is currently an Independent Second Opinion Consultant Radiologist. A member of the National Cancer Grid, India & the Rectal & Anal Cancer DFP, SAR , USA. She was a professor at Tata Memorial Centre. Her special areas of expertise are Head & Neck Cancer imaging & Colorectal Cancer imaging.
Laura Avery is an Emergency Radiologist. She is the radiology clerkship director for Harvard medical students at MGH. Dr. Avery has received numerous teaching awards. She has also been recognized as an “Honored Educator” by the RSNA.
Dr. Awan is a Musculoskeletal Radiologist with a special interest in Education and Informatics.
Dr. Azadi is an academic radiologist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is interested in hepatic steatosis and the metabolic syndrome. He is the assistant course director for the diagnostic radiology medical student elective and is a member of the RSNA COVID-19 Task Force.
Dr. Bader is Chief of Radiology and the Radiology Residency Program Director at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts. He is boarded in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine and has been in practice and teaching for 25 years.
Dr. Bajaj is currently an Assistant Professor of Radiology at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). She completed radiology residency in 2017 and fellowship in Musculoskeletal Imaging and body MRI both at UAMS. Her areas of interest include sarcoma and sports injuries imaging.
Dr. Onyinye Balogun specializes in the treatment of breast and gynecologic malignancies. She is a graduate of Harvard University and Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Balogun completed her residency at New York University. She studies local and global cancer disparities.
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. Baugnon is a member of the Division of Neuroradiology, head and neck radiologist, and Director of Neuroradiology CT. Her clinical expertise and research interests include imaging of head and neck cancer, skull base CSF leaks, temporal bone pathology, and CT radiation safety and quality.
Dr. Baumgarten is an Abdominal Radiologist focusing on US, CT of benign and malignant GU and GI conditions and Fluoroscopy. She is active in service and education, mentoring trainees and junior faculty, active in radiology societies and reviews for multiple journals. She is also an exerciser, baker, reader and volunteer.
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.
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.
Donna G. Blankenbaker, M.D. is a Professor of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UWSMPH). She is the Medical Director of Outpatient Radiology for the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics and Director of Medical Imaging at UW Health Sports Medicine Research Park. Her work has resulted in over 100 research and review articles, and 73 book chapters as well as the editor of two books. She has made over 250 national and international presentations and 50 regional presentations. She has been invited to moderate over 25 scientific sessions at national and international meetings and has 43 presented abstracts.
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.
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. Brown is Vice-Chair of Radiology and Associate Professor at Indiana University. He interests include fetal imaging, medical ethics, and medical education. He is chair of Professionalism for the RSNA, and works as a pediatric radiologist at Riley Hospital for Children.
Dr. Paul Bunch is a neuroradiologist at Wake Forest School of Medicine. His primary clinical & research interests relate to head and neck imaging. He is actively involved with RadioGraphics, the American Society of Neuroradiology, & the American Society of Head & Neck Radiology.
Kristine Burk completed her Radiology Residency and Abdominal Imaging subspecialty training at Massachusetts General Hospital. She is on the Abdominal Imaging and Intervention staff at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where she specializes in Women’s Imaging and Quality Improvement.
Dr. Cantarelli is a musculoskeletal radiologist at HCOR (Hospital for the Heart) and Teleimagem in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Also, she was formerly a research fellow at NYU.
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. 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. 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.
Dr. Chang is a native Bostonian, Graduate of MIT and Cornell Med, She has been at MGH since Residency. Interests within MSK radiology: interventions, tumors, infections. She used to love traveling the world, but now with COVID and her newly adopted daughter, she’s plenty busy at home.
Dr. Chang is a Radiologist at Vancouver General Hospital and Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia. She is the Abdominal Imaging Fellowship Director. She is also the Co-Chair of the Society of Abdominal Radiology Prostate Disease Focused Panel.
Dr. Cheung is an associate professor in Radiology at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and also the Vice Chair of Quality and Safety at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. She is a member of the MSK imaging section of Radiology at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Her special interest is in ankle and foot imaging.
Associate Professor of Radiology and Chief of the Musculoskeletal Imaging Division at UT Southwestern, and Chief of Musculoskeletal Imaging at Parkland Health & Hospital System. He also serves as the Musculoskeletal radiology fellowship director.
Son of an Ethiopian immigrant from a rural village & an Italian-American mother who was the first woman in her Chemistry PhD program, Dan was born and raised in Michigan. He received his PhD in Medical Physics from Harvard & MIT and then went to Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Sammy Chu is a board-certified neuroradiologist practicing in US & Canada. He is currently a clinical instructor at the University of British Columbia and at the University of Washington.
Ellen M. Chung is a pediatric radiologist and past pediatric section chief at the AIRP. She served for 28 years in the US Army, most recently at the military’s medical school, the Uniformed Services University.
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
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.
Dr. Cook is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She is pursuing innovative methods to improve radiologists’ workflow, as well as enhance the delivery of longitudinal patient care in radiology.
Dr. Coy completed his diagnostic radiology residency and abdominal imaging fellowship at the University of Washington. He currently serves as Chief of Imaging at Virginia Mason Medical Center. His areas of specialty are hepatobiliary & pancreatic imaging, and GU imaging.
She is an assistant professor, Women’s Imager and associate program director of the Women’s Imaging Fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She completed residency at CWRU (CLE) and fellowship at UPMC (PA). Her interests include leadership, mentoring and education.
Dr. Davis’ early career focus has been on operational workflows and improving quality within the inpatient and ambulatory spaces and to work on projects that redesign the way that we think about and provide care across multiple communities.
Michael Davis, MD is an academic radiologist specializing in imaging evaluation and image-guided intervention of the musculoskeletal system. He is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio and director of the musculoskeletal fellowship.
Dr. Carolynn DeBenedectis is an associate professor of radiology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. In addition she has the roles of Vice Chair for Education and Radiology Residency Program director.
Dr. Deitte is active with teaching at all levels: medical students, residents, fellows and practicing physicians. She is a nationally recognized speaker and has given more than 130 invited presentations. Her specialty areas are body imaging and ultrasound.
Edwin Donnelly, MD, PhD is a thoracic radiologist and Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he has worked since the late ’90s with past experience as an NIH-funded principle investigator, medical school course director and residency program director. He currently chairs the ACR AC Thoracic 2 panel and vice co-chairs the RSNA/AAPM Physics Task Force.
Currently ACR Council Speaker, Duszak served on editorial boards of several journals and a daily newspaper. He has authored 300+ publications and delivered 500+ invited lectures. He was Founding CEO of the Neiman Health Policy Institute and president of a large private practice.