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Elisa Franquet Elia, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
UMass Chan Medical School
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Elisa Franquet Elia completed her residency in Nuclear Medicine in Barcelona, Spain and several years later her Diagnostic Radiology residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and subspecialty in Nuclear Medicine with the Joint Program of Nuclear Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She is currently staff at UMass Medical Center/UMass Chan Medical School, where she specializes in Nuclear Medicine and Oncologic Imaging focusing on Theranostics.

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Felice D’Arco, MD
Pediatric Neuroradiology Consultant
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children - London - UK
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Dr. D’Arco completed his undergraduate medical training and radiology training at the University “Federico II” of Naples, Italy. He completed one year internship at the University Hospital of Leuven, Belgium, deepening his knowledge in advanced magnetic resonance techniques, and he completed a “head & neck imaging” internship at the University Hospital “Spitali Civili” in Brescia, Italy.Dr D’Arco completed a fellowship in paediatric neuroradiology at The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada in 2015.He was appointed to Great Ormond Street Hospital as a Consultant Paediatric Neuroradiologist in 2015. Dr D’Arco is a member of the editorial board of Neuroradiology, official journal of the European society of neuroradiology (ESNR), and Child’s Nervous System, official journal of the European society of paediatric neurosurgery.He is a member of the head and neck subcommittee of the European society of neuroradiology (ESNR) and teacher of neuroradiology for the European course of paediatric neuroradiology and European course of Head and Neck radiology.He has co-authored over 110 peer-reviewed scientific publications in international journals and 5 book chapters.He also manages a YouTube channel focused on paediatric neuroradiology teaching for residents and fellows.

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Brian B. Ghoshhajra, MD, MBA, MSCCT
Academic Chief, Cardiovascular Imaging and Associate Chair, Operations Analytics
Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School
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Brian Ghoshhajra completed his Radiology Residency at the Western Pennsylvania Hospital, and his Cardiac Imaging Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. He leads the Cardiovascular Imaging section as Academic Chief, having also served in the roles of Division Chief, Program Director, and has directed the Cardiac CT and MRI programs for over a decade. He is a past-President of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography and has over 200 peer-reviewed publications in the field of Cardiovascular Imaging.

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John Kim, MD, MRMD (MRSC™)
Associate Professor, Radiology
University of Michigan
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Dr. John Kim is an Associate Professor and Director of the Neuroradiology Fellowship Program at the University of Michigan. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Bioengineering at Cornell University and completed both his medical degree and radiology residency at the University of Iowa. He completed his Neuroradiology fellowship training at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

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Mohit Agarwal, MD
Associate Professor Neuroradiology, Neuroradiology Fellowship Program Director
Medical College of Wisconsin
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Mohit Agarwal, MD is an Associate Professor of Neuroradiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI. He is the Program Director of the Neuroradiology fellowship program at MCW. His clinical and research interests include Head and Neck and Dementia imaging. He is a passionate educator and has been awarded multiple times for teaching by fellows, residents and medical students at MCW. He recently received the A3CR2 Outstanding Teacher Award by the Association of University Radiologists. He has founded an online community of learners and educators on Twitter called ‘The Cortex Club’ which contributes to Neuroradiology education through weekly quiz, video lectures and online lectures by world renowned educators. The Cortex Club recognizes and awards enthusiastic learners and educators through the club swag and trophies. Dr Agarwal is actively involved in educational societies like the RSNA, ASNR, ASHNR, ACR and the ARRS.

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Basak Dogan, MD, FSBI
Professor, Clinical Radiology. Director of Breast Imaging Research
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
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Baṣak Dogan, M.D., FSBI, is Clinical Professor of Radiology and Eugene P. Frenkel Endowed Scholar in Clinical Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center, where she serves as a member of its Breast Imaging Division and the Director of Breast Imaging Research.Dr. Dogan earned her medical degree at Hacettepe University in Ankara, Turkiye, and completed her residency training in diagnostic radiology at Ankara University Medical School followed by breast imaging fellowship at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.

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Rajas Chaubal, MD
Consultant & Director
Thane Ultrasound Centre, Thane
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Ultrasound Interventions including fetal interventions and pain management interventions, Ultrasound Contrast and Elastography, Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

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Dimitrios Priftakis, MD
Nuclear medicine Consultant
Institute of Nuclear Medicine, University College London Hospital
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Dimitrios Priftakis is a nuclear medicine consultant at the University College London Hospital. His clinical practice includes a wide range of isotope-based imaging and therapeutic applications with special clinical and research interest in prostate cancer theranostics.

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Maria Cortes, MD
Associated Professor Radiology Department
McGill University
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Maria Cortes completed her Radiology Residency at Fundacion Santa Fe in Bogota Colombia. Then she did her diagnostic Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of British Columbia and continued with a three year fellowship in NeuroInterventional Radiology at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital and McGill University in Montreal Canada. She stayed since working as a staff NeuroInterventional Radiologist combining a clinical and interventional radiology practice to present.

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Atif Zaheer, MD
Professor of Radiology, Oncology and Medicine
Johns Hopkins University
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Dr. Atif Zaheer is a Professor of Radiology and Radiological science at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He earned his medical degree from the Aga Khan University. He completed a residency in diagnostic radiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School, followed by a fellowship in abdominal imaging and interventional radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School.

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Christy Pomeranz, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Pediatric Radiology
Weill Cornell Medical College
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Christy Pomeranz completed her residency at Weill Cornell. She did pediatric radiology fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia before returning to Weill Cornell in 2018, where is she currently on staff as an assistant professor.

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Elizabeth Kagan Arleo MD, FACR, FSBI, FAAWR
Professor of Radiology, Weill Cornell Medicine
Department of Radiology, Weill Cornell Medicine
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Dr. Arleo completed her Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Breast/Body fellowship at Weill Cornell Medicine in NYC, where she has been on staff since 2010. She is currently a Professor of Radiology there and also serves at Editor-in-Chief of the radiology journal Clinical Imaging

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Allison M. Grayev, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
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Allison M. Grayev, MD, is an Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, where she serves as the Director of Spine Imaging for the Neuroradiology Section.

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Jim S. Wu, MD
Chief of Musculoskeletal Imaging and Intervention
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
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Jim Wu is the Chief of MSK Imaging and Vice Chair of Education at BIDMC. His main research interests are in musculoskeletal tumors and muscle disorders. He is active medical education, having organized several CME courses and served as the BIDMC residency program director.

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Brian M. Smiley, MD
Assistant Professor, Cardiothoracic Division
University of Massachusetts Memorial Health and Chan Medical School
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Dr. Smiley completed his medical school at Wayne State University School of Medicine and continued with residency as part of the Detroit Medical Center/WSU in diagnostic imaging. He then trained at the University of Michigan for a cardiothoracic imaging fellowship. After almost 6 years in private practice, he then joined the faculty at UMass Memorial Health System and Chan Medical School as assistant professor in the cardiothoracic division.

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Ella A. Kazerooni, MD, MS
Professor of Radiology, Cardiothoracic Division
University of Michigan
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Ella Kazerooni completed her Radiology Residency at the University of Michigan and subspecialty fellowship training at Massachusetts General Hospital. She is member of the Cardiothoracic Radiology Division at the University of Michigan, where she specializes in lung cancer screening, interstitial and obstructive lung diseases. She chairs the National Lung Cancer Roundtable for the American Cancer Society, and was the inaugural chair of the ACR’s LungRADS and Lung Cancer Screening Registry.

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Mary M. Salvatore, MD, MBA
Associate Professor of Radiology
Columbia University Irving Medical Center New York, NY
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Mary M. Salvatore MD, MBA, is a professor of radiology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in NYC. She specializes in thoracic radiology with a specific focus in interstitial lung diseases and patterns of fibrosis on CT. She is a passionate teacher and has spoken throughout the country on the early and correct diagnosis of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). Dr. Salvatore and colleagues have created and maintain a pulmonary fibrosis registry which has currently enrolled over 400 patients. She has initiated a daily journal club in order to provide continuing education for herself and other clinicians and patients on the topic of lung fibrosis by summarizing all recent articles and disseminating by email. She has started a support group for patients and their families, who have pulmonary fibrosis.Dr. Salvatore is actively involved in research, retrospectively reviewing well-established CTs of usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) and looking at earlier exams to determine earliest CT manifestations of disease. She has written a text on CT interpretation for non-radiologists. Her ultimate goal is to affect as many people in a positive way as possible through education and positive attitude.

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Andrew K. Moriarity, MD
Vice President of Clinical Operations
Advanced Radiology Services
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Member of the Board of Directors, Vice President of Clinical Operations, and Quality committee chair at Advanced Radiology Services. Assistant Professor at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. The YPS representative on the ACR Board of Chancellors.

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Inas Mohamed, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Abdominal Imaging; Associate Program Director of the Residency
Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals of Cleveland
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Inas Mohamed, MD, completed her residency at the University of Toledo and was an abdominal imaging fellow at the University Hospitals of Cleveland. She is an Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Abdominal Imaging, at Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals of Cleveland. She is also the Associate Program Director of the radiology residency.

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Navid Faraji, MD
Assistant Professor, Musculoskeletal Imaging and Anatomy
University Hospitals of Cleveland
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Navid Faraji, MD is a Musculoskeletal radiologist based in Cleveland, Ohio. He participates heavily in resident education as an Associate Program Director for the radiology residency. In addition, he teaches anatomy at Case Western Reserve University using radiologic images.

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Carole Ridge MD, FFRRCSI
Consultant Radiologist
Royal Brompton Hospital
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Carole Ridge is a cardiothoracic and interventional radiologist at Royal Brompton Hospital. She completed diagnostic and interventional radiology training in Ireland and the United States, completing fellowships in cardiothoracic imaging and interventional radiology.

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Dennis Bielecki, MD
Associate Professor of Imaging Sciences
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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Dr. Bielecki is an academic diagnostic radiologist with over 30 years of experience in bone and joint radiology. His strengths include teaching radiology and high-volume plain film interpretation with a strong interest in bone diseases, particularly inflammatory and noninflammatory diseases of the joints, spine, chest, and abdomen. His interests include inflammatory and non-inflammatory arthritides, crystal deposition diseases, and seronegative spondyloarthropathies, and bone neoplasms. He is an experienced educator of medical students, residents, registrars, and fellows. He presents lectures and case conferences weekly and mentors first-year trainees. He is a Senior MSK Specialist Radiologist at King’s College Hospital, a 1600-bed tertiary care academic and research hospital directly affiliated with Guy’s St Thomas Hospital. He is also a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Imaging Sciences at King’s College, London. He is also a member of the Arthritis Subcommittee of the European Skeletal Society (ESSR), a member of the Polish Medical Radiology Society, an Honorary Member of the Ukrainian Association of Radiologists, and the Editor-in-Chief of “Radiology” Online Journal. He is responsible for conventional radiology reporting and training registrars and radiographers in these techniques. He uses “at the monitor” training, providing suggested reading, conference case presentations and discussions, and formal lectures covering the depth and breadth of basic MSK radiology. He also is involved in mentoring medical students who want to become radiologists. Dr. Bielecki loves to teach MSK radiology and anatomy and has or can develop conference or seminar presentations on any major osseous disease process. He has given over 200 various lectures in his career. As part of his training, he was a research fellow at UCSD working under the tutelage of Donald Resnick, and as a research fellow, he was involved in the publication of 6 peer-reviewed research papers. He has published over 50 papers and educational exhibits in peer-reviewed journals and at major radiological meetings.

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Nicola Schieda, MD
Associate Professor, Director of Abdominal MRI
The University of Ottawa
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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.

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Jordana Phillips, MD
Division Chief of Breast Imaging, Boston Medical Center
Boston Medical Center
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Dr. Phillips is Division Chief of Breast Radiology and Associate Professor of Radiology at Boston Medical Center in Boston, MA. She has focused her work primarily in the area of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography (CEM).

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Sheila Sheth, MD
Professor
Department of Radiology at NYU Langone Health
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Sheila Sheth completed Radiology residency at Sinai hospital in Baltimore and body imaging fellowship at the Johns Hopkins medical institutions. She was on faculty at Johns Hopkins in the department of Radiology until 2020. She is currently on faculty in the section of abdominal radiology at NYU Langone in New York city

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Soonmee Cha, MD
Program Director, Vice Chair of Education
University of California San Francisco Medical Center
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Soonmee Cha completed her Neuroradiology fellowship training at New York University Medical Center. She is a Neuroradiologist with special interest and expertise in brain tumor imaging at University of California San Francisco Medical Center where she also serves as the Program Director of Diagnostic Radiology Residency and the Vice Chair of Education.

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Moritz C. Halfmann, MD
Resident and Clinician Scientist
University Medical Center - Mainz, Germany
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Moritz C. Halfmann is a resident and clinician scientist in radiology at the University Medical Center in Mainz, Germany. His special focus lies on cardiovascular imaging and the integration of artificial intelligence into radiology workflows. Dr. Halfmann’s passion lies in bridging the gap between cutting-edge technology and clinical practice. He has been actively involved in validating and integrating AI algorithms into cardiovascular workflows, with the aim of enhancing diagnostic accuracy, efficiency, and patient outcomes.

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Christine B. Chung, MD
Professor of Radiology, Executive Vice Chair, and Director of UCSD MSK Imaging Research Lab
UC San Diego
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Professor of Radiology, Executive Vice Chair, and Director of UCSD MSK Imaging Research Lab.

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Riham El Khouli, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology, Chief, Division of Nuclear Medicine/Molecular Imaging & Radiotheranostics
University of Kentucky
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Dr. Riham El Khouli completed her Radiology Residency in Suez Canal University, Egypt. After focusing on MRI research at Johns Hopkins University, she completed Nuclear Medicine residency and PET/CT fellowship at the same institute. She is currently an Associate professor of Radiology in the University of Kentucky where she serves as the Chief of Nuclear Medicine/Molecular imaging & Radiotheranostics.

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Steven P. Rowe, MD, PhD
University of North Carolina
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Steven Rowe completed his medical degree and a Ph.D. in chemistry at University of Michigan before undertaking residency training in diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine at Johns Hopkins. He spent 7 years on the faculty at Johns Hopkins before recently moving to the University of North Carolina, where he continues his research in molecular imaging of genitourinary oncology.

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Jonathan Samet, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
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Jonathan Samet, MD Division Head, Body Imaging Section Head, Musculoskeletal Imaging Department of Medical Imaging Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago Associate Professor of Radiology Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

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Emily F. Conant, MD
Professor of Radiology
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
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Emily Conant completed her Radiology Residency and Fellowship in Breast Imaging at the University of Pennsylvania where she currently practices. Her career has included extensive research in the optimizing and delivery of high quality, multi-modality breast imaging to diverse populations. In addition, current research includes the use of image processing and artificial intelligence to improve screening performance and refine risk prediction for more personalized screening. She has a longstanding commitment to excellence in patient communication, clinical care, education and, research.

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Jeffrey Scott Pannell, MD
Director of Neurointerventional Surgery
UC San Diego Health
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J. Scott Pannell, MD, is a board-certified endovascular surgeon and interventional neuroradiologist, and director of neurointerventional surgery in the Department of Neurological Surgery at UC San Diego Health.Dr. Pannell specializes in the minimally invasive catheter-based treatment of blood vessel disorders that can lead to hemorrhagic or ischemic strokes, including cerebral aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations (AVMs), carotid stenosis, intracranial atherosclerotic disease, and other cerebral as well as spinal vascular malformations. He also specializes in the treatment of pain disorders of the spine and cerebrospinal fluid leaks as well as diagnostic neuroradiology.

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Tobias B. Gilk, MRSO, MRSE
Founding board member
American Board of Magnetic Resonance Safety
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Tobias Gilk began his journey in MRI safety more than 20 years ago as an architect focusing on the physical environment standards for the safety of MRI patients and caregivers. That initial beginning got him a seat on the prestigious ACR MRI Safety Committee (he’s a named co-author of the ACR’s 2007 Guidance Document on MR Safe Practices), where he realized how far beyond the ‘bricks-and-mortar’ MRI safety extended. That initial involvement with the ACR MRI Safety Committee metastasized his interest in MRI safety to include equipment, operations, clinical uses, and training. Following his involvement with the 2007 committee publication, Tobias became involved in international MRI safety training and standards, from work with the US FDA, to IEC MRI manufacturing standards, to ASTM International implant and device labeling standards. He is one of the founding Board Members and past-Chair of the American Board of Magnetic Resonance Safety (ABMRS), which has developed examination-based certification standards for MRI safety certification. He holds ABMRS certifications as MR Safety Officer (MRSO) and MR Safety Expert (MRSE). He has published papers on MRI injury accidents, MRI safety implant and device testing standards, and MRI safety regulatory / accreditation standards. He returned to the ACR MRI Safety Committee (and was again a named co-author) for the ACR’s 2020 Manual on MR Safety. He founded the MRI Safety Group on Facebook, a peer community dedicated to MRI safety questions and practices. Today the group has over 25,000 members from around the globe. Today he continues to work as a radiology architect / planner for RAD-Planning, but also provides consulting services for providers, healthcare systems, and manufacturers on MRI safety issues through his company, Gilk Radiology Consultants. He speaks internationally on issues of MRI facility planning and MRI safety, and he is also working towards his PhD.

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Brian Smiley, MD
Associate Professor
University of Massachusetts, Chan Medical School
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Dr. Smiley completed his medical school at Wayne State University School of Medicine and continued with residency as part of the Detroit Medical Center/WSU in diagnostic imaging. He then trained at the University of Michigan for a cardiothoracic imaging fellowship. After almost 6 years in private practice, he then joined the faculty at UMass Memorial Health System and Chan Medical School as assistant professor in the cardiothoracic division.

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Francis Deng, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science
Johns Hopkins Uiversity
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Francis Deng completed his radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is on the neuroradiology faculty at Johns Hopkins University.

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Lea Alhilali, MD
Director of Neuroradiology
Ivy Brain Tumor Center
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Lea Alhilali is a neuroradiologist and currently Director of Neuroradiology at the Ivy Brain Tumor Center. Her research focus is on novel imaging techniques and focused ultrasound in brain tumors, but her clinical love has always been on skullbase anatomy and pathology. Her interest in MR neurography grew from her love of anatomy. Her motto has always been, “The more I know, the more I can see. The more I can see, the more I can help.” This desire to see more and know more has led her to pursue high resolution imaging of the skullbase to help to visualize the anatomy she has grown to love. She also is extremely interested in teaching and education. She has a deep passion for open access education, with her twitter profile @teachplaygrub dedicated to open access education having accumulated nearly 30,000 followers in less than a year. She believes that there is no greater impact she can have than using education to help other physicians take excellent care of their patients. That is why she is so excited to be here today, because it combines her love of skullbase anatomy, advanced imaging techniques, and an opportunity to provide free education to people all over the world.

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Stefan L. Zimmerman, MD
Professor of Radiology and Radiological Science
Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiology and Radiological Science
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Dr. Stefan L. Zimmerman is a Professor in Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiology and Radiological Science. He specializes in diagnostic radiology with an emphasis on cardiac imaging.

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Jamlik-Omari Johnson, MD, FASER
Interim Chair, Department of Radiology
University of Southern California
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Interim Chair, Department of Radiology at the University of Southern California

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Saurabh Jha, MBBS, MRCS, MS
Associate Professor of Radiology, Co-Program Director, Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship
University of Pennsylvania
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Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania; Co-Program Director, Cardiothoracic Imaging Fellowship

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Brian Y. Chan, MD
Assistant Professor of Musculoskeletal Radiology
University of Utah
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Brian Chan is an assistant professor of musculoskeletal radiology in the University of Utah Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences. Dr. Chan received his MD from the University of Minnesota Medical School. He completed his Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin.

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Emilio Fentanes, MD
Director of Cardiac Imaging, Department of Cardiology
Brooke Army Medical Center
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Barbara K. Pawley MD FACR
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Barbara Pawley completed Radiology Residency at University of Louisville, followed by Pediatric Fellowship at Kosair Childrens Hospital. She has been part of private practice Pediatric Radiology and Multispecialty General Radiology for 10 years followed by the current 11 years in academic practice at University of Kentucky.

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Majid Aziz Khan, MBBS, MD
Director, Non-Vascular Spine Intervention
Johns Hopkins University
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Majid Khan completed his radiology residency at NUMC, Stony Brook University and subspeciality training in Neuroradiology at Johns Hopkins University. He is at present on Neuroradiology and interventional radiology staff at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Khan is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in spine tumor ablation and spine cement augmentation procedures. He has published extensively on these areas, and has been invited to lecture, preside over panels, run workshops and moderated sessions on many national and international conferences.

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Jeremy J. Heit, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery, Interim Chief of Neuroimaging and Neurointervention
Stanford University
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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.

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James Joseph Facciola, MD
Clinical Instructor
Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiology and Radiological Sciences
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James Facciola completed his radiology residency at Temple University Hospital and cross-sectional imaging fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is currently a faculty member of the Body Imaging Department at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he reads diagnostic imaging and performs ultrasound guided biopsies.

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Michael H. Lev, MD, FAHA, FACR
Director of Emergency Radiology and Emergency Neuroradiology, Professor of Radiology
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
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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.

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Suzie Bash, MD
Medical Director of Neuroradiology
San Fernando Valley Interventional Radiology & Imaging (SFI), RadNet
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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.