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).
Areas of clinical and research interest: Brain Tumor Imaging, Tumor Angiogenesis, Functional imaging, A.I. and Radio-genomics 180+ peer reviewed publications and 140+ invited lectures Co-editor, Brain Tumor Imaging (Thieme, 2015) Chair, Research Committee, ASFNR
Associate Professor of Radiology. Division Director of Abdominal Radiology at University of Minnesota. Abdominal Imaging Fellowship Director. Published over 25 articles and book chapters on abdominal and pelvic MRI. Frequent presenter of lectures and workshops at national societies including RSNA and SAR.
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.
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.
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.
He is a recognized authority in Head and neck, and neuroradiology. He has authored over 400 scientific manuscripts and book chapters and written or edited 12 textbooks. He is the consulting editor for both Neuroimaging Clinics and Magnetic Resonance Clinics of North America. He is a devoted educator and has been an invited speaker on over 400 occasions.
Dr. Harisinghani is a Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Director of Abdominal MRI at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. In addition, Dr. Harisinghani serves as Director of the Clinical Discovery Program Center for Molecular Imaging Research at Massachusetts General Hospital and has been the Section Editor of GU Radiology for the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR). He has been practicing in the field of abdominal radiology for over 20 years, has published over 150 peer reviewed papers, and has edited 5 textbooks in the field of Radiology.
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.
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).
Dr. Chara Rydzak is an Assistant Professor of Radiology in the Cardiothoracic Imaging Section at OHSU. She received an MD PhD in Health Policy at Harvard University and completed Residency at UPenn and Fellowship at Stanford. Previously she was faculty at MIR.
Dr. McGillen is an Assistant Professor at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. She practices within the abdominal and thoracic sections, with a focus on advanced ultrasound techniques, including contrast-enhanced ultrasound and specialty endometriosis imaging.
Dr. Little is fellowship-trained in cardiothoracic imaging and is a member of the Division of Thoracic Imaging and Intervention at Massachusetts General Hospital and is also an Assistant Program Director for the Radiology residency. He is interested in a variety of research topics and has published articles on pulmonary infections, lung cancer screening, diffuse lung disease, and cardiac and vascular imaging.
Dr. Marc Gosselin is the Head of Cardiopulmonary Imaging at Vision Radiology. Previously, he was a Diagnostic Radiology professor at OHSU and the Division Chief of Cardiothoracic Imaging. Dr. Gosselin started his academic career at the University of Utah in 1997.
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. Melenevsky is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at UAB. She serves as the MSK Fellowship Director. Her interests include residents and fellows education as well as imaging and procedures related to trauma, orthopedic hardware, and tumors.
Dr. Raniga has special interest in radiology journalism (Rogers fellow), patient safety and medical education. He is an associated Editor in SQU medical Journal. Published 48 journal aritcles, 4 book chapters, 25 abstracts and exhibits for the RSNA, ARRS, ESR, and been invited to do more than 100 lectures.
Dr. Fuss is Section Chief & Fellowship Director of Cardiothoracic Imaging in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR, after having completed training both in Germany and the US. Her interest is in aortopathies and heart valves.
Dr. Khaled Gad is a consultant neuroradiologist at Ibn Sina hospital, Kuwait. He spent 4 years at Johns Hopkins and at Virginia Tech. He serves the Neuroradiology journal and the AJNR as a reviewer. Dr. Gad is a faculty member and has a master degree in health professions education.
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.
He 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. Awan is a Musculoskeletal Radiologist with a special interest in Education and Informatics.
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Dr. Sikandar Shaikh is a consultant for PET-CT and Radiology at Yashoda Hospitals in Hyderabad. He is an Adjunct Assistant Prof. for the Dept. of Biomedical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology in Hyderabad. He is an Assistant Prof. for the Dept. of Radiology at Shadan Institute of Medical Sciences in Hyderabad. He also serves as the President Elect for the ISMRM India Chapter.
He is Director of the ESIR Program and Radiology Medical Student rotations at Boston Medical Center. A devoted educator, he is Founding Chair of RISQCS (Radiology Interventions Safety Quality and Complications Symposium), an innovative global IR educational initiative.
Dr. Michael Fishman is a breast imaging radiologist at Boston Medical Center interested in artificial intelligence and social determinants of health. Also a trained health and wellness coach, he developed both a wellness / non-clinical skills curriculum and a coaching program for residents.
Dr. Filly is a community radiologist, with specialty training in fetal ultrasound and feels that the fetal ultrasound should not be feared, but can be mastered by most general radiologists. Dr. Filly has won the clinical faculty teaching award twice at Stanford University.
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.
After completing medical school at the University of Alberta in 2001, Dr. Zahra Kassam finished her residency training in 2006 at Western University, in London, Ontario, Canada. She then traveled to California where she completed a fellowship in Body Imaging at Stanford University in 2007.
Dr. Kassam is an Associate Professor of Medical Imaging and Oncology, and currently serves as the Division Head of Body Imaging at Western. Previously, she served as the Imaging Lead for the Southwest Regional Cancer Program.
Dr. Kassam’s clinical and research interests are in Abdominal and Pelvic MRI, Rectal and Prostate Cancer MRI, Hybrid Imaging, Hepatic Fibrosis and MR Elastography.
Tina Young Poussaint, MD, FACR is a Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and is the Lionel W. Young Chair in Radiology at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). She is Chair of the BCH IRB and Director of the PBTC Neuroimaging Center. A Past-President of the American Society of Pediatric Neuroradiology (ASPNR) and a previous ASPNR Gold Medal recipient, she is now President-Elect and Program Chair for the American Society of Neuroradiology.
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. 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. 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.
Shanna Matalon graduated Magna Cum Laude from Boston University School of Medicine and completed her radiology residency and abdominal imaging and intervention fellowship from Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She serves as the Associate Program Director of the Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, in charge of resident recruitment and innovative curricula. She has received several teaching awards and was the 2017 ACR Valerie P. Jackson Education Fellow. Shanna’s areas of professional interest include gastrointestinal imaging and medical education.
Dr. Hung is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. He currently serves as the Assistant Editor in American Journal of Roentgenology.
Assistant Professor in Abdominal Imaging at the University of Utah. Previous Body Imaging fellowship at the University of Washington, Seattle. Radiology residency in Australia.
Dr. Miller is a Breast Imaging Radiologist and Associate Residency Program Director at Allegheny Health Network in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a member of the Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) Social Media Committee and recently spearheaded the popular “SBI Summer Webinar Series.”
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.
Nadine Mallak, M.D. is an assistant professor of Diagnostic Radiology at Oregon Health and Science University, Divisions of Body Imaging and Nuclear Medicine. Her areas of interest focus on novel molecular imaging tracers, and the combination of anatomic and functional imaging.
Dr. Thimmappa is Medical Director of Ultrasound, Radiology Residency Associate Program Director and Assistant Prof of Radiology at University of Missouri, Columbia. Her research interests include Evaluation of MR technology & MR contrast efficacy, and Contrast enhanced ultrasound.
Dr. Shet is a pediatric radiologist at Children’s National Hospital, and serves as both the Director of Body MRI and the Program Director for the Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program.
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. 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.
As a practicing radiologist, she splits her time equally between breast and body imaging with research focus on Contrast-Enhanced Spectral Mammography. Her academic focus is on medical student and resident education.
Dr. Lewis specializes in Woman’s Imaging but her primary interest is in educating students, residents and faculty. She has designed innumerable educational resources such as RadExam. She is currently the President of the Association of University Radiologists.
As a practicing breast radiologist for over 20 years and over 175 published manuscripts, Dr. Slanetz currently serves as Vice Chair of Academic Affairs and Associate Residency Program Director in the Department of Radiology at Boston University Medical Center.
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.
Dr. Rihan Khan is a Neuroradiologist at Dartmouth with subspecialty expertise in Head & Neck Imaging. He has been in academics for 11 years after a 2 yr Neuroradiology fellowship at the Barrow Neurological Institute, loves to lecture, and has won many teaching awards.
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.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania, Radiology Residency Program Director and Director of Medical Student Education. Interests include resident and medical student education, lung transplant, chronic thromboembolic disease, and ILD.