Meet Our Staff

Jefferson Radiology offers the full spectrum of imaging services to our patients. As leaders in diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology, our fellowship trained physicians and highly skilled staff are committed to providing you with exceptional patient care and responsive service.

Our team is comprised of expert physicians, physician assistants, nurses, technologists and administrative staff who work together to ensure you receive the highest quality care possible.

All of our radiologists are board certified in diagnostic radiology and the majority are fellowship trained in Body Imaging, Breast Imaging, Chest Imaging, Interventional and Vascular Radiology, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Neurointerventional Radiology, Neuroradiology and Head and Neck Imaging, Nuclear Medicine and Pediatric Imaging clinical areas of expertise.

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Anal C. Patel, MD

Body Imaging, Hospitalist
860-289-3375

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Education

  • SMT.N.H.L Municipal Medical College, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India
    Degree: MBBS
    1994
  • General Hospital, Himmatnagar, Intern in Department of Pediatrics, Medicine and General Surgery
    October 1995 - January 1996
  • Sheth V.S. General Hospital, Intern in Department of OB/Gyn and Family Planning
    July 1995 - October 1995
  • Rural Health Center, Sabarmati, Intern in Department of Preventive and Social Medicine
    April 1995 - July 1995
  • Sheth L.G. Hospital, Intern in Department of Medicine, Psychiatry and Plastic Surgery
    January 1995 - April 1995
  • Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center, Bronx, NY, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    July 2000 - June 2005
    Chief Resident, July 2004 - June 2005
  • Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, Fellowship in Abdominal Imaging
    July 2005 - June 2006

Certifications

  • Diagnostic Radiology
    June 2005
  • ECFMG
    June 1997

Licensure

  • District of Columbia
  • Connecticut

Honors/Awards

  • Merit Scholarship from government of India
    1987
  • Best Outgoing Student of the year
    1987
  • Scholarship from government of Gujarat
    1989-1991
  • Chief Resident, Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center, Department of Radiology
    2004-2005

Angabeen S. Khan, MD


860-289-3375

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Education

  • Dow Medical College, Karachi, Pakistan
    Degree: MD
    1988
  • Civil Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan, Intern in Medicine 6 months/Surgery 6 months
    1988-1989
  • Frankford Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, Intern in Transitional Medicine
    1991-1992
  • Hahnemann University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, Residency in Nuclear Medicine
    1992-1994
  • Hospital of St. Raphael's, New Haven, CT, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1996-2000
  • Hospital of St. Raphael's, New Haven, CT, Fellowship in Body & Neuroradiology, Mm, 9 months; Body CT/US, 3 months
    2000-2001
  • Medical Imaging Center, PC, Bloomfield, CT, Radiologist, Corporate Partner, Body Imaging and General Radiology
    2001-present

Certifications

  • American Board of Nuclear Medicine
  • American Board of Radiology

Publications

  • Case Report: Uptake of Prostascint in Neurofibromatosis
    Accepted for publication by Journal of Urology 1999
    Angabeen Khan, MD, Vincent Caride, MD
  • Case Report: Gallium scintigraphy in the detection of Phenytoin-induced pneumonitis
    Journal of Nuclear Medicine, March 1994
    Angabeen Khan, MD, Simm Dadparvar, MD
  • The effect of antithyroid medication on the outcome of 1131 Na therapy for Graves' disease
    Presented at the annual meeting of Society of Nuclear Medicine 1993
    Angabeen Khan, MD, Simm Dadparvar, MD

Barry Stein, MD, FSIR, FACR

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
    1996-1997
  • Fellowship in MRI, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
    1995-1996
  • Research Fellowship in Endocrinology, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    1989-1991
  • Residency in Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
    Chief Resident
    1992-1996
  • Intern in Internal Medicine, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
    1991-1992
  • Rotating (Internal Medicine, Surgery, OBGYN), Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa
    1988-1988
  • University of Stellenbosch, Cape Town, South Africa
    Degree: MD
    1982-1987
  • University of Stellenbosch, Cape Town, South Africa
    Degree: B.Sc.I
    1981-1981

Certifications

  • Certificate of Added Qualification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology
    1998 & 2007
  • Diplomat, American Board of Radiology
    1996
  • Federal Licensure Examination (FLEX)
    1989
  • Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
    1988
  • Basic Life Support (BLS)
    2006-Present
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
    2008-Present

Licensure

  • Connecticut Medical License
    1987-Present
  • Connecticut State Controlled Substance License
    1987-Present

Academic, Administrative & Clinical Appointments

Academic

  • Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Diagnostic Imaging & Therapeutics
    University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT
    1997-Present
  • Clinical Assistant in Radiology, Department of Radiology
    Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
    1996-1997
  • Clinical Fellow in Radiology, Department of Radiology
    Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
    1992-1996

Administrative

  • Chairman, Information Technology
    Jefferson Radiology
    2010-Present
  • Education Committee, Radiology Residency
    Hartford Hospital
    2010-Present
  • Director of CT Services, Jefferson Radiology
    2007-2010
  • Director, Advanced Imaging and 3D Laboratory
    Jefferson Radiology and Hartford Hospital
    2005-Present
  • Chief of Cardiovascular MRI & CT
    Jefferson Radiology and Hartford Hospital
    1999-Present
  • Chief Resident, Department of Radiology
    Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
    1994-1995

Clinical

  • Attending Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist and Clinical Assistant
    Hartford Hospital, CT
    1997-Present
  • Jefferson Radiology Group
    Hartford, CT
    1997-Present
  • Attending Radiologist, Connecticut Children's Medical Center
    Hartford, CT
    1997-Present
  • Courtesy Staff of Connecticut Children's Medical Center
    Hartford, CT
    1997-Present
  • Affiliated Staff, John Dempsey Hospital, University of Connecticut Health Center
    Farmington, CT
    2005-2006
  • Consulting Staff, Windham Hospital
    Windham, CT
    2006-Present
  • Courtesy Staff, Noble Hospital
    Southington, CT
    2011(Pending)
  • Courtesy Staff, Day Kimball Hospital
    Putnam, CT
    2010-Present
  • Courtesy Staff, Johnson Memorial Hospital
    Enfield, CT
    2004-Present
  • Courtesy Staff, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center
    Boston, MA
    1994-1996
  • General Medical Practice (OB-GYN, Medicine, Pediatrics and Surgery)
    Saskatchewan, Canada
    1989

Honors/Awards

  • Fellow of the American College of Radiology (FACR)
    May 2009
  • Fellow of the Society of Interventional Radiology (FSIR)
    March 2005
  • Listed in “Top Docs” in Greater Hartford, Hartford Magazine
    2004-2010
  • Young Investigator Award, Annual meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research
    1990
  • Awarded full Academic University Honors in final year
    M,B.; Ch,B. (M.D.)
  • Ciba-Geigi academic scholarships 1st-6th years
    M,B.;Ch,B. (M.D.)
  • Award for best research project in final year
    M,B.;Ch,B. (M.D.)
  • Dean's honors list each of the 6 years in Medical School

Membership in Professional Societies

  • Society of Interventional Radiology
  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • American College of Radiology
  • Radiological Society of Connecticut
  • American College of Phlebology
  • North American Society of Cardiovascular Imaging
  • Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
  • Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society
  • Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine

Editorial Positions, Boards & Peer-Review Activities

Editorial Positions

  • Editorial Board Member for “Endovascular Today”
  • Editorial Board for “IR News”, Society of Interventional Radiology

Boards

  • Board of Trustees, Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society
    2004-2007
  • Medical Advisory Board, GE HealthCare for Cardiovascular MRI, CT and Advantage Windows Advanced Visualization Applications
    2001-Present
  • Medical Advisory Board, Vital Images Inc.
    2002-Present
  • Medical Advisory Board and Consultant, Berlex Laboratories 2001-2007

Peer-Review Activities

  • Examiner in Vascular and Interventional Radiology for Diagnostic Board Examinations & Certificate of Added Qualification, American Board of Radiology
    2004-Present
  • Maintenance of Certification Committee for Vascular and Interventional Radiology, American Board of Radiology
    2004-2005
  • Reviewer for the Journal of “Vascular and Interventional Radiology”
    2004-Present
  • Reviewer for the Journal of “Radiology” 2011-Present
  • Reviewer for the Journal of “Investigative Radiology” 2006

Teaching & Continued Medical Education Activities

  • Coordinator of the Vascular Imaging Categorical Course
    Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL
    March 2011
  • Presiding Officer, Interventional Radiology Series: Peripheral Vascular Disease-Imaging and Interventions
    RSNA Annual Meeting
    2010
  • Presiding Officer, Interventional Radiology Series: Peripheral Vascular Disease-Imaging and Interventions
    RSNA Annual Meeting
    2009
  • Moderator for Vascular/Interventional Scientific Session
    American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
    April 2008
  • Faculty for Vascular Imaging Post Processing Workshop
    Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
    March 2008
  • Co-Chair, Cardiac CT and MR Symposium
    Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
    March 2007
  • Gynecological Interventions Workshop faculty
    Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
    March 2007
  • Presiding Officer, Scientific Abstracts
    RSNA Annual Meeting
    December 2006
  • Co-Chairman, Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice
    Society of Interventional Radiology Multimodality Symposium, Washington DC
    October 2006
  • Coordinator of the Cardiac CT and MR Symposium: The Heart Comes Back
    Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada
    March 2006
  • Coordinator of Gynecological Interventions Workshop, Annual Meeting
    Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada
    March 2006
  • Faculty of Vascular CT and MR workshop
    Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada
    March 2006
  • Presiding Officer, Scientific Abstracts
    RSNA Annual Meeting
    December 2005
  • Coordinator Gynecological Interventions Workshop, Annual Meeting
    Society of Interventional Radiology, New Orleans, LA
    March 2005
  • Faculty, 2004 Coding and Billing Cybersession
    Society of Interventional Radiology
    January 2004
  • Co-Director of MRA and CTA for the Interventionalist
    Society of Interventional Radiology Sponsored Symposium, New Orleans
    November 2003
  • Coordinating Faculty for “MR Angiography: Practical Body Applications” Instructional Course
    American Roentgen Ray Society’s 103nd Annual Scientific Meeting
    May 2003
  • Coordinator and Moderator of Categorical Course, MR Angiography
    Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT
    March 2003
  • Co-Director of MRA and CTA for the Interventionalist
    Society of Interventional Radiology Sponsored Symposium, New Orleans
    November 2002
  • Coordinating Faculty for “MR Angiography: Practical Body Applications” Instructional Course
    American Roentgen Ray Society’s 102nd Annual Scientific Meeting
    May 2002
  • Program Director, Symposium on “Building Magnetic Resonance Angiography Into your Practice: Today and Tomorrow” Foxwoods, CT
    May 2000
  • Faculty for Magnetic Resonance Angiography Seminars, Ithaca Center for Post Graduate Medical Education
  • Live Webcast of “Evaluation of Potential Renal Donor Utilizing MRI/MRA” to RSNA GE Booth
    November 2000
  • Speakers Bureau, Bayer
  • Speakers Bureau, International Center for Post Graduate Medical Education
  • Speakers Bureau, Educational Symposia, Inc
  • Speakers Bureau, GE Healthcare

Organizational Committees

National

  • Research Programs Advisory Committee, American College of Phlebobology
    2011-Present
  • Member of subcommittee on MRA accreditation, American College of Radiology
    2007-2008
  • Panel on Cardiovascular Imaging, American College of Radiology
    2006-2008
  • Cardiovascular Radiology Lexicon Committee, Radiological Society of North America
    2006-2008
  • Accreditation Committee for “Magnetic Resonance Angiography”, American College of Radiology
    2002-2005
  • Guidelines and Standards Committee, American College of Radiology
    2000-2005
  • Vascular & Interventional Subcommittee of the Scientific Program Committee, Radiological Society of North America
    2003-2005
  • Maintenance of Certification Committee for Vascular and Interventional Radiology, American Board of Radiology
    2004-2005
  • Chairman, Task Force of MRA & CTA, Society of Interventional Radiology
    2000-2006
  • Magnevist® Council for Vascular Surgeons (Steering Committee)
    2002

Regional

  • Member of Medical Technology Focus Group, Office of Health Care Access, Hartford, CT
    July 2000

Institutional

  • Black & Red Gala Medical Staff Advisory Committee, Hartford Hospital
    2007
  • Technology Assessment Committee, Hartford Hospital
    2006-Present
  • Executive Committee, Department of Radiology, Hartford Hospital
    2005-Present
  • Information Technology Committee, Jefferson Radiology Group
    2006-Present
  • Radiology Health Care Team 2005-Present
  • Clinical Oversight Committee, Hartford Hospital
    2007-Present

Consulting Positions

  • Medical Advisory Board and consultant, GE HealthCare for Cardiovascular MRI, CT and Advantage Windows Advanced Visualization Applications
  • Medical Advisory Board and Consultant, Vital Images Inc.
  • Medical Advisory Board and Consultant, Terarecon

Research

Laboratory Research

  • Research on the effects and mechanisms of immunosuppressive therapy on bone mineral metabolism
    Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia
    1989-1991

Clinical Research

  • Co Investigator, “Noninvasive Evaluation of Active Lower Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage (ALGIB): Preliminary Results of a Prospective Comparison between Contrast Enhanced Multi-Detector Computed Tomography (CE-MDCT) and Tc-99m Labeled RBC Scan”
    2006
  • Co Investigator, The Bard Recovery Filter Study (Everest), Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    2006
  • Principal Investigator, Advantage Windows Advanced Cardiovascular CT and MR applications, GE Healthcare
  • Principal Investigator Guerbet Protocol No. DGD-44-038. Evaluation of Dotarem – Enhanced MRA Compared to Time-of-Flight MRA In the diagnosis of Clinically Significant Non-Coronary Arterial Disease Phase III Clinical Trial Principal Investigator A Multicenter, Open-label Study: Patient Tolerance of Contrast Media, Magnevist, Administered by an MR-compatible power injector versus manual injection
  • Co Principal Investigator Dobutamine Stress Evaluation with Cardiovascular MRI, GEMS
  • Principal Investigator at Hartford Hospital for “A phase 2, Randomized, Multicenter, Comparitive, Dose Ranging, Placebo-Controlled Study to Determine Safety and Efficacy of AngioMark –enhanced MRA for Evaluation of Aorto-iliac Occlusive Disease in Patients with Known or Suspected Peripheral Vascular Disease”
  • Principal Investigator, Clinical Development and Collaboration for cardiovascular MR and CT applications, Vital Images Inc.
  • Assessing the Potential of MRA as the Exclusive Modality for Work Up of Peripheral Vascular Disease
  • Integrating Cardiovascular MRI And CT Applications Into Mainstream Clinical Practice
  • Principal Investigator, Cardiovascular CT & MR Research and Development for GE Healthcare at Hartford Hospital, CT
  • Utility of Magnetic Resonance Angiography in the Practice of Vascular and Interventional Radiology
  • Screening for Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Utilizing Magnetic Resonance Venography
  • Clinical Applications of Peripheral Vascular Magnetic Resonance Angiography
  • Sonohysterography: Clinical Applications and Validity. Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

Bibliography

Peer Reviewed Journals & Publications

  • Reduced Z-axis coverage multidetector CT angiography for suspected acute pulmonary embolism could decrease doese and maintain diagnostic accuracy.
    Emergency Radiology 2010;17 (1) 31-35
    Kallen J, Coughlin B, O’Loughlin M, Stein B.
  • ACR Appropriateness Criteria on Recurrent Symptoms Following Lower Extremity Angioplasty.
    J Am Coll Radiol 2008;5:1176-1180
    Rybicki, F,...Stein B, et al
  • Noninvasive evaluation of active lower gastrointestinal bleeding (ALGIB): Results of a prospective comparison between contrast enhanced multidetector computed tomography (CE-MDCT) and technetium (Tc)-99m labeled red blood cell (RBC) scan
    American Journal of Roentgenology, 2008
    Zink S, Zambuto D, Stein B, Ohki S
  • Magnetic Resonance Venography in the Diagnosis and Management of May-Thurner Syndrome.
    Vasc Endovasc Surg 36:51-57, 2002
    Wolpert L, Rahmani O, Stein B, Gallagher J, Drezner D
  • Angiographic Diagnosis and Transarterial Embolization of Iatrogenic Ovarian Artery Injury
    JVIR 2000; 11:625-628
    Mariano R, Stein B, Sussman S, Vine H, Ohki S
  • Fetal liver calcifications: Sonographic appearance and postnatal outcome
    Radiology 197:489, 1995
    Stein B, Bromley B, Miller W, Michlewitz H, Miller W, Benacerraf B
  • Cyclosporin-A increases biosynthesis of 1,25-dihydroxy-vitamin D3 in the rat and mouse
    Endocrinology 128:1369-1373, 1991
    Stein B, Halloran B, Reinhardt T, Engstrom G, Bales CW, Drezner M, Currie K, Takizawa M, Adams J, Epstein S
  • Salmon-Calcitonin prevents Cyclosporin-A induced high turnover bone loss
    Endocrinology 129:92-98, 1991
    Stein B, Takizawa M, Katz I, Joffe I, Fallon M, Epstein S
  • Comparison of the effects of FK506 and Cyclosporin-A on bone mineral metabolism: A pilot study
    Transplantation 52:571-574, 1991
    Katz I, Takizawa M, Joffe I, Stein B, Fallon M, Epstein S
  • The effect of FK506, Cyclosporin-A, and cyclosporin-G on serun 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D levels
    Transplant Proc. 23:3188-3189, 1991
    Jacobs T, Katz I, Joffe I, Stein B, Takizawa M, Epstein S
  • Evidence that Cyclosporin-G is less deleterious to rat bone in vivo than Cyclosporin-A
    Transplantation 53:628-632, 1992
    Stein B, Takizawa M, Schloshberg M, Movsowitz C, Fallon M, Berlin J, Epstein S
  • 17 β-Estradiol reverses the osteopenia in the oophorectomized rat treated with Cyclosporin-A
    Endocrinology 130:1578-1586, 1992
    Joffe I, Katz I, Jacobs T, Stein B, Takizawa M, Liu C, Berlin J, Epstein S
  • Prostaglandin E2 alleviates Cyclosporin A-induced bone loss in the rat
    J. Bone Miner. Res. 7(10);1191-200, 1992
    Katz I, Jee WSS, Stein B, Joffe I, Takizawa M, Jacobs TW, Setterberg R, Lin B, Tang LY, Ke HZ, Zeng QQ, Berlin J, Epstein S
  • The effect of a new vitamin D analog, 22-oxa-1alpha, 25(OH)2D3, on bone mineral metabolism in normal and glucocorticoid-induced osteopenic rats (a dose and duration study)
    Calcif. Tissue Int. 50:521-523, 1992
    Takizawa M, Stein B, Fallon M, Epstein S
  • Prostaglandin E2 alleviates cyclosporin A induced bone loss in the rat
    J. Bone Miner. Res. 7(10):1191-1200, 1992
    Katz I, Jee W, Joffe I, Stein B, Takizawa M, Jacobs T, Setterberg R, Lin B, Tang L, Ke H, Zeng Q, Berlin J, Epstein S
  • The influence of age on Cyclosporine-A induced alterations in bone mineral metabolism in the rat in vivo
    J. Bone Min. Res. 9(1):59-68, 1994
    Katz I, Li M, Joffe I, Stein B, Jacobs T, Liang X, Ke H, Jee W, Epstein S
  • The effect of Cyclosporin A on bone mineral metabolism in experimental diabetes mellitus in the rat
    J. Bone miner. Res. 9(4):557-566, 1994
    Epstein S, Takizawa M, Stein B, Katz I, Joffee I, Romero D, Liang X, Ke H, Jee W, Jacobs T, Berlin J.

Abstracts

  • Reduced Z-Axis Coverage CTA versus Standard Z-Axis Coverage CTA for Pulmonary Embolism
    RSNA Annual Meeting, 2009
    Kallen J, Coughlin B, O’Loughlin M, Stein B
  • Retrospective Validation of a Limited Scan Range CTPA Protocol for Pulmonary Embolism That Would Reduce Dose and Maintain Diagnostic Accuracy
    RSNA Annual Meeting, 2008
    Kallen J, Coughlin B, O’Loughlin M, Stein B
  • et al: Noninvasive Evaluation of Active Lower Gastrointestinal Hemorrage (ALGIB): Preliminary Results of a Prospective Comparison between Contrast Enhanced Multi-Detector Computed Tomography (CE-MDCT) and Tc-99m Labeled RBC Scan
    Annual ARRS Meeting, 2007
    Zink S, Ohki S, Stein B
  • Incidental Non-cardiac Findings Prospectively Seen on Cardiac CT Angiography
    SST06-07 p 578. 92nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the RSNA, 2006
    Zink S, O’Louchlin M, Stein B, Primiano C
  • 3D Time Resolved CE MRA with Elliptical Centric View Ordering – Initial Clinical Experience to Evaluate Tibio-Peroneal Arteries.
    International Society of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine, Annual Meeting, Hawaii, May 2002
    Demarco J.K., Stein B, Tanenbaum L.N., Zhou Y
  • Magnetic Resonance Venography in theDiagnosis and Management of May-Thurner Syndrome.
    29th Annual Symposium on Vascular Surgery, Boca Raton, FL, April 2001
    Wolpert L, Stein B, Drezner D, Gallagher J
  • The Appearance of Ovarian Veins During Gadolinium-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Venography in a Population Without Pelvic Pain.
    Radiology Suppl November 2000 Vol 217 415-416. Radiological Society of North America, 2000
    Sharma A, Sussman S, Stein B, Illescas F, Ohki S, Straub J
  • 3D Gadolinium Enhanced MagneticResonance Venography as a Potential Modality to Screen for Incompetent Gonadal Veins in Patients Suspected of Having Pelvic Congestion Syndrome.
    Society of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology, 2000
    Stein B, Sussman S, Illescas I, Straub J, Vine H, Ohki S
  • Evaluation of the Complementory role of Transvaginal Hysterosonography in Clinically Symptomatic Patients with Normal or Nonspecific Transvaginal Sonograms.
    Radiological Society of North America, 1996
    Stein B, Hulka C, Harisinghani M, Hall D, McDowell R, Yoder I
  • The Value of Hystersonosalpingography in the Diagnosis of Endometrial and Subendometrial Disease.
    Radiological Society of North America 1996
    Harisinghani M, Ryan M, Stein B, Yoder I, Mueller P
  • Calcitonin prevents Cyclosporine induced bone loss.
    2nd Congress on Immunointervention in Autoimmune Diseases: Paris, France, 1991
    Stein B, Epstein S
  • Intermittent low-dose methotrexate suppresses bone Gla protein.
    American Society for Clinical Investigation, American Federation for Clinical Research, 1991
    Joffe I, Jacobs T, Katz I, Stein B, Takizawa M, Epstein S
  • Effect of Cyclosporin-A on bone mineral metabolism in young and old rats.
    Australia and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society, 1991
    Katz I, Stein B, Jacobs T, Joffe I, Epstein S
  • Cyclosporin-G compared to Cyclosporin-A is less harmful to rat bone in vivo over the short and long term.
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1990
    Stein B, Takizawa M, Epstein S, Fallon M
  • Calcitonin improves Cyclosporin-A induced high turnover osteoporosis in the rat
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1990
    Stein B, Takizawa M, Epstein S, Fallon M
  • In vivo production of endogenous 1,25(OH)2D in Cyclosporin-A treated rats
    American Society for Clinical Investigation, American Federation for Clinical Research, 1990
    Epstein S, Stein B, Halloran B, Takizawa M
  • The effects of 22-oxa-1 alpha,25(OH)2D3 on bone mineral metabolism in normal rats
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1990
    Takizawa M, Stein B, Epstein S, Fallon M
  • 22-oxa-1 alpha,25(OH)2D3 is not as effective as 1,25(OH)2D in correcting steroid induced osteopenia.
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1990
    Takizawa M, Stein B, Epstein S, Fallon M
  • Cyclosporin-A increases endogenous production of 1,25(OH)2D #1.
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1990
    Engstrom G, Reinhardt T, Adams J, Epstein S, Stein B
  • Cyclosporin-A increases endogenous production of 1,25(OH)2D #2.
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1990
    Epstein S, Stein B, Halloran B, Takizawa M
  • FK506 stimulates 1,25 dihydroxyvitamin D secretion in the rat.
    Eighth International Congress on Vitamin D, Paris, France, 1991
    Katz I, Takizawa M, Stein B, Joffe I, Jacobs T, Epstein S
  • Prostaglandin E2 reduces the high 1,25 dihydroxyvitamin D levels by Cyclosporin-A.
    Eighth International Congress on Vitamin D, Paris, France, 1991.
    Katz I, Stein B, Joffe I, Takizawa M, Jacobs T, Epstein S
  • The effect of 22-Oxa-1,25(OH)2D3 on osteoblast activity in fetal rat calvariae.
    The Endocrine Society, 1991
    Katz I, Takizawa M, Stein B, Joffe I, Jacobs T, Epstein S
  • Parenteral administration of low dose of interleukin-1 alpha produces bone loss in the rat.
    The Endocrine Society,1991
    Takizawa M, Katz I, Stein B, Joffe I, Epstein S, Fallon M
  • Effects of Cyclosporin-A and Cyclosporin-G on rat in vivo.
    American Society of Transplant Physicians, 1991
    Stein B, Takizawa M, Fallon M, Epstein S
  • A comparison of the effects of CsA and FK506 on bone mineral metabolism.
    FK506 First International Symposium, 1991
    Katz I, Takizawa M, Joffe I, Stein B, Epstein S
  • FK506 elevates serum 1,25 dihydroxyvitamin D levels.
    FK506 First International Symposium, 1991
    Katz I, Takizawa M, Joffe I, Stein B, Epstein S
  • The effect of prostaglandin E2 on Cyclosporin-A induced bone disease #1: Biochemical parameters.
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1991
    Katz I, Stein B, Joffe I, Takizawa M, Jacobs TW, Epstein S
  • The effect of prostaglandin E2 on cylosporin A-induced bone disease #2: Histomorphometric attenuation.
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1991
    Katz I, Stein B, Joffe I, Takizawa M, Jacobs TW, Jee W, Setterberg R, Lin B, Tang L, Ke H, Zeng Q, Epstein S
  • The effect of Cyclosporin-A on biochemical markers of bone metabolism in experimental diabetes mellitus.
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1991
    Jacobs T, Joffe I, Stein B, Katz I, Epstein S
  • Cyclosporin-A and osteopenia in the oophorectomized rat: reversal by 17β-estradiol.
    American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1991
    Joffe I, Jacobs T, Katz I, Stein B, Takizawa M, Liu C, Berlin J, Epstein S
  • Cyclosporin A fails to elevate serum 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D levels in experimental diabetes mellitus in the rat.
    Eighth International Congress on Vitamin D, Paris, France, 1991
    Jacobs T, Joffe I, Stein B, Katz I, Epstein S
  • Interferon gamma fails to prevent Cyclosporin-A induced osteopenia in the rat.
    The XIth International Conference on Calcium Regulating Hormones, Florence, Italy 1991
    Jacobs T, Joffe I, Katz, Stein B, Li M, Ke HZ, Jee W, Epstein S
  • The effect of Cyclosporin-A in the young and aged rats.
    Australian Bone Mineral Conference, 1991
    Katz I, Stein B, Jacobs T, Joffe I, Epstein S
  • The effect of Cyclosporin-A on diabetic osteopenia in the rat.
    The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1992
    Jacobs T, Epstein S, Joffe I, Katz I, Stein B, Liang X, Ke H, Jee W
  • Amylin stimulates bone cell turnover in vivo in normal and diabetic rats.
    The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, 1992
    Jacobs T, Takizawa M, Liu C, Berlin J, Katz I, Stein B, Joffe I, Cooper G, Epstein S

Non Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Why and How to Start a Vascular Imaging Service.
    JVIR Supplement (S1-S165) P164-72, Feb 2002
    Stein B
  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography – Use it or Lose It…All!
    SCVIR News Jan/Feb 2001
    Stein B, Katzen B
  • Stein B, Leary C & Ohki S. Magnetic Resonance Angiography: The Nuts and Bolts. Ed.
    Semba C, Katzen B. Techniques in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, 4 (1), 2001:27-44
  • Diagnostic Vascular Imaging for 2001: Name Your Technique.
    The Interventionalist Vol 1 No 2, 2001

Book Chapters

  • Endocrinopathies and Open Heart Surgery.
    In Kotler M (ed): Cardiac and Non-Cardiac Complications of Open Heart Surgery-Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment, Futura Publishing Company, 1992
    Stein B, Epstein S

Other Media

  • Co-Chairman with Anthony Comerota M.D. of Council for MRA in Vascular Disease.
    Developed a CME CD ROM Enduring Program titled “Contrast Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Angiography in Vascular Disease”

Visiting Professorships, Seminars, Invited Presentations

Visiting Professorships

  • The John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford University, Oxford, England
  • Dotter Institute, University of Oregon, Oregon
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston
  • Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Florida
  • Visiting Professor Program, International Center for Post Graduate Medical Education
  • Bridgeport Hospital, Connecticut
  • Vassar Brothers Hospital, Poughkeepsie, New York

Seminars

  • MR Angiography: Optimizing Clinical Applications and Refining Techniques, Barry Stein M.D & Bob Edelman M.D, Cleveland, OH. 6/2000
  • MR Angiography: Optimizing Clinical Applications and Refining Techniques, Barry Stein M.D & Bob Edelman M.D. Nashville, TN. 6/2000
  • MR Angiography: Optimizing Clinical Applications and Refining Techniques, Barry Stein M.D & Bob Edelman M.D. Philadelphia, PA 5/2001
  • MR Angiography: Optimizing Clinical Applications and Refining Techniques, Barry Stein M.D & Bob Edelman M.D. Farmington, CT 4/2002
  • MR Angiography: Optimizing Clinical Applications and Refining Techniques, Barry Stein M.D & Bob Edelman M.D. Westchester, NY 9/2001
  • MR Angiography: Optimizing Clinical Applications and Refining Techniques, Barry Stein M.D & Glenn Krinsky M.D, Greenbelt, MD 5/2001
  • Cardiovascular MR in Practice, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D. Uncasville, CT 4/2004
  • Cardiovascular MR in Practice, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D. Syracuse, NY 4/2004
  • Cardiovascular MR in Practice, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D. Pittsburgh, PA 4/2004
  • Cardiovascular MR in Practice, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D, Atlanta, GA 6/2005
  • Cardiovascular MR in Practice, Barry Stein M.D.& James Carr M.D. Garden City, NY 6/2005
  • Cardiovascular MR in Practice, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D. Tampa, Fl 7/2005
  • Cardiovascular MR in Practice, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D. Newark, DE 9/2005.
  • Cardiovascular MR Imaging, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D. Chicago, IL, 4/2007
  • Cardiovascular MR Imaging, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D. Indianapolis, IN, 2007
  • Cardiovascular MR Imaging, Barry Stein M.D. & James Carr M.D. Anaheim, CA 9/2007

Invited Presentations

  • CT Angiography and MR Angiography for Peripheral Vascular Disease: Which Modality to use When? Refresher Course on Peripheral Vascular Disease Imaging and Intervention. RSNA 2011, Chicago, IL
  • Peripheral Vascular Imaging: My Biggest Challenges and My Most Effective Solutions. Refresher Course on Peripheral Vascular Disease Imaging and Intervention. RSNA 2010, Chicago, IL
  • CT Angiography and MR Angiography for Peripheral Vascular Disease: Which Modality to use When? Refresher Course on Peripheral Vascular Disease Imaging and Intervention. RSNA 2010, Chicago, IL
  • Varicose Vein Imaging: When to use Duplex Ultrasound, MRV Or CTV? Advances in Vascular Imaging and Diagnosis (ADVID) Symposium , New York, NY 11/2010
  • Which Imaging Techniques Can Help Doctors Better Understand The Pathologic Relationships Between The Superficial And Deep Systems? Veith/AIM Symposium, New York, NY 11/2010
  • Pre And Post Procedural Imaging For Lower Extremity Arteriosclerosis: Which Is Best And How To Make Them Better With 3D Post Processing. Veith/AIM Symposium, New York, NY 11/2010
  • New and Updated Techniques and Contrast Agents In MRA Imaging. Veith/AIM Symposium, New York, NY 11/2010
  • CT Angiography and MR Angiography for Peripheral Vascular Disease: Which Modality to use When? Refresher Course on Peripheral Vascular Disease Imaging and Intervention. RSNA 20010
  • Management Decisions from Vascular Imaging: What is Important? RSNA Refresher Course on Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease: Perspectives on Diagnosis and Treatment, RSNA 2009
  • Pre-procedural Imaging: MRA or CTA: Which is the Best for Evaluation of PVD? Veith/AIM Symposium, New York, NY 11/2009
  • The Role of Venous Imaging for Management of Varicose Veins. Will it be Duplex Ultrasound, MRV, or CTV? Veith/AIM Symposium, New York, NY 11/2009
  • Non Invasive Angiography for Limbs: CTA vs MRA. 2009 Peripheral Arterial Disease in Clinical Practice. American College of Cardiology Heart House. Washington DC, 2/2009
  • Renal Non Invasive Angiography: CTA vs MRA. 2009 Peripheral Arterial Disease in Clinical Practice. American College of Cardiology Heart House. Washington DC, 2/2009
  • Carotid Artery Imaging Studies: MRA vs CTA. 2009 Peripheral Arterial Disease in Clinical Practice. American College of Cardiology Heart House. Washington DC, 2/2009
  • What is the State of the Art in Preprocedural Imaging for Treatment Planning In PAD: CTA vs MRA. International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy (ISET), Hollywood, FL. 1/2009
  • Imaging of Vascular Malformations. RSNA Refresher Course on Imaging and Therapy of Vascular Malformations, RSNA 11/2008
  • Diagnosis of Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding - MDCT vs RBC Nuclear Scan. Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, New York, NY 11/2008.
  • The Future of Venous Imaging for Management of Varicose Veins. Will it be Duplex Ultrasound, MRV or CTV?
  • Cardiac CT in Clinical Practice. Grand Rounds, Windham Community Hospital, CT 5/2008
  • CTA vs MRA for Peripheral Arterial Disease – Keynote Lecture. American Roentgen Ray Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC 4/2008
  • Peripheral CTA. International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET), Hollywood, FL. 1/2008
  • Maximizing Techniques to Evaluate Coronary Stents. International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Hollywood, FL 1/2008
  • The Triple Rule Out Examination. International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Ft. Lauderdale, FL 1/2008
  • Venous Congestion Syndromes. 6TH Annual Gore IR Fellows Symposium, Hollywood, Fl. 1/2008
  • Current Clinical Cardiovascular Applications using Multidetector CT. Johnson Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, CT 12/2007
  • Imaging of Vascular Malformations. RSNA Refresher Course Imaging and Therapy of Vascular Malformations, RSNA 11/2007
  • The Role of MR Angiography. RSNA Refresher Course Imaging of Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease, RSNA 11/2007
  • CTA or MRA for Peripheral Vascular Disease. 15th Annual Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, New York, 11/2007
  • MRA and CTA for the Interventionalist.15th Annual Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, New York, 11/2007
  • The Future of Venous Imaging for Management Varicose Veins. Will it be Duplex Ultrasound, MRV or CTV? Veith Symposium. New York, NY 11/2007
  • When to use MRA and CTA for Peripheral Vascular Imaging? New York Roentgen Ray Society. NY, 9/2007
  • Aorto-Iliac and Peripheral Runoff CTA. 8th Annual Symposium in Clinical Advances in Multi- Slice/ Multichannel CT and CTA. Las Vegas, NV 4/2007
  • 3D Visualization Workstation Review for Peripheral CTA. 8th Annual Symposium in Clinical Advances in Multi-Slice/ Multichannel CT and CTA. Las Vegas, NV 4/2007
  • Interesting Cases Demonstrating the Clinical Utility of CTA. Clinical Advances in Multi-Slice/ Multichannel CT and CTA. Las Vegas, NV 4/2007
  • MRA for Peripheral Vascular Disease. Peripheral Vascular Imaging Symposium. Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA 3/2007
  • CTA or MRA for Peripheral Vascular Disease. Which One to Use When? International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET), Hollywood, FL. 1/2007
  • Dealing with Calcifications in Peripheral CTA. International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Hollywood, FL 1/2007
  • MRA is the Modality of Choice for Imaging Vascular Disease. International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Ft. Lauderdale, FL 1/2007
  • Venous Congestion Syndromes. 5TH Annual Gore IR Fellows Symposium, Hollywood, Fl. 1/2007
  • Imaging of Vascular Malformations. RSNA Refresher Course Imaging and Therapy of Vascular Malformations, RSNA 11/2006
  • The Role of MR Angiography. RSNA Refresher Course Imaging of Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease, RSNA 11/2006
  • How Vascular Imaging is Impacting Interventional Radiology Practices. 14th Annual Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, New York, 11/2006
  • Limitations of MRA and How to Overcome Them 14th Annual Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, New York, 11/2006
  • The Future of Venous Imaging for Management Varicose Veins. Will it be Duplex Ultrasound, MRV or CTV? Veith Symposium. New York, NY 11/2006
  • Importance of CTA and MRA to the Interventional Radiologists Armamentarium in Delivering Patient Care and Practice Building Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice. Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice Society of Interventional Radiology Multi-modality Symposium, Washington DC, 10/2006
  • Addressing and Managing The Calcium Challenge When Interpreting CTA. Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice Society of Interventional Radiology Multi-modality Symposium, Washington DC, 10/2006
  • Carotid CTA. Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice Society of Interventional Radiology Multi-modality Symposium, Washington DC, 10/2006
  • Time Resolved MRA Is A Powerful Adjunctive Diagnostic Tool. Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice Society of Interventional Radiology Multi-modality Symposium, Washington DC, 10/2006
  • Magnetic Resonance Venography. Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice Society of Interventional Radiology Multi-modality Symposium, Washington DC, 10/2006
  • CTA or MRA? When To Use Which Modality? Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice Society of Interventional Radiology Multi-modality Symposium, Washington DC, 10/2006
  • How To Start A Cardiac CT Program. Cardiac & Vascular CT and MR for Your Practice Society of Interventional Radiology Multi-modality Symposium, Washington DC, 10/2006
  • Contrast Enhanced MRA: Basic Principles and Techniques 2006 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, FL. 6/2006
  • Artifacts and Pitfalls in Contrast Enhanced MRA. 2006 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, FL. 6/2006
  • MR Venography. 2006 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, FL. 6/2006
  • Cardiovascular MR and CT for Vascular Disease. Greater Hartford Vascular Society Meeting, Hartford, CT 5/2006
  • CTA and MRA in the evaluation of Leg Pain. (Which modality and When to Use It). PVD Symposium. Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 3/2006
  • Vascular Imaging in Your Practice: The Time is Now. Cardiac/Vascular Imaging Plenary Session. Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 3/2006
  • Pre-Procedural Imaging of Carotid Arteries: Doppler, CTA, MRA – Where do they Fit? A source for Referrals? Carotid Stent Symposium. Society of Interventional Radiology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 3/2006
  • Time Resolved MR Imaging Techniques. New England Roentgen Ray Society, Boston, MA, 2/2006
  • Venous Congestion Syndromes. 4TH Annual Gore IR Fellows Symposium, Miami, Fl. 1/2006
  • Imaging of Vascular Malformations. RSNA Refresher Course Imaging and Therapy of Vascular Malformations, RSNA 11/2005
  • The Role of MR Angiography. RSNA Refresher Course Imaging of Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease, RSNA 11/2005
  • Vascular Imaging is the past, present and future of IR 13th Annual Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, New York, 11/2005
  • Limitations of MRA and How to Overcome Them 13th Annual Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, New York, 11/2005
  • MRA is the Preferred Imaging Modality for all Non-Cardiac Vascular Disease. Cardiovascular MR Imaging and CT Angiography: State-of-the-Art Symposium. Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2005, Washington DC, 10/2005
  • MR Venography. 2005 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Vail, CO. 6/2005
  • Contrast Enhanced MRA: Basic Principles and Techniques 2005 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Vail, CO. 6/2005
  • Artifacts and Pitfalls in Contrast Enhanced MRA. 2005 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Vail, CO. 6/2005
  • How I Get the Best Study Categorical Course: Vascular Imaging - MRA/CTA. Annual Meeting, Society of Interventional Radiology, New Orleans, LA 3/2005
  • MRA: Current State of the Art Infrainguinal Techniques Plenary Session: Management of Infrainguinal Disease, Annual Meeting, Society of Interventional Radiology, New Orleans, LA 3/2005
  • Current Status of Peripheral MRA. MRA/CTA Refresher Course RSNA, 11/2004
  • MRA for Peripheral Vascular Disease 11th Annual “Current Issues and New Techniques in Interventional and Endovascular Therapy, New York, 11/2004
  • New Horizons in Cardiovascular MRI and CT. 2004 Symposium on Minimally Invasive Therapy. Foxwoods, CT 11/2004
  • Cardiovascular Imaging Update. Cardiovascular Update 2004: The Heart Institute of Spokane, Spokane, WA 10/2004
  • MR Angiography: Basic Principles and Equipment Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT), Washington DC, 9/2004
  • The Latest in MR Angiography: Applications and Indications Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2004, Washington DC, 9/2004
  • Tip, Tricks and Pitfalls: How to Do Better MRA Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2004, Washington DC, 9/2004
  • Contrast Enhanced MRA: Pearls and Pitfalls. 3rd Annual Cardiovascular MR 2004 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, Orlando, FL, 9/2004
  • Carotid MRA: The Role of Standard and Contrast MRA Techniques 3rd Annual Cardiovascular MR 2004 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, Orlando, FL, 9/2004
  • MR Venography and Pelvic Congestion 3rd Annual Cardiovascular MR 2004 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, Orlando, FL, 9/2004
  • MRA of the Abdomen and Lower Extremities 3rd Annual Cardiovascular MR 2004 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, Orlando, FL, 9/2004
  • Time Resolved Imaging of Contrast Kinetics (TRICKS) 2004 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2004
  • Contrast Enhanced MRA: How I do it. 2004 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2004
  • Artifacts and Pitfalls in Contrast Enhanced MRA. 2004 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2004
  • MRA of the Thorax: Aorta, Great Vessels and Pulmonary Arteries.. 2004 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2004
  • MRA of the Abdominal Aorta and Peripheral Vascular System. 2004 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2004
  • MR Venography. 2004 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2004
  • Noninvasive Imaging in Pelvic Pain Categorical Course of Pelvic Pain – Modern Imaging and Intervention and Differential Diagnosis, Society of Interventional Radiology, Annual Meeting,Tucson, Arizona, 4/2004
  • The role of MRA in the Evaluation of Vascular Disease: Do we need anything else? Jobst Vascular Center Symposium 4/2004
  • Is there an indication for Conventional Carotid Angiography? Jobst Vascular Center Symposium, 4/2004
  • New Concepts for a Modern Day Non-Invasive Service: MRA, CTA and Duplex 16th International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Florida 1/2004
  • Imaging of Carotid Artery Disease: CTA and MRA 16th International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Florida 1/2004
  • MRA of the Lower Extremities 16th International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Florida 1/2004
  • Current Status of Peripheral MRA. MRA/CTA Workshop RSNA, 11/2003
  • Performing Fast and Diagnostic MRA. Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, 10th Annual “Current Issues and New Techniques in Interventional and Endovascular Therapy, New York, 11/2003
  • How to Grow Vascular Intervention with Vascular Imaging. Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, 10th Annual “Current Issues and New Techniques in Interventional and Endovascular Therapy, New York, 11/2003
  • MR Venography. Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2003, Washington DC, 9/2003
  • MRA of the Chest and Abdomen. Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2003, Washington DC, 9/2003
  • MR Angiography. How I do It. Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2003, Washington DC, 9/2003
  • Carotid MRA: The Role of Standard and Contrast Enhanced MRA Techniques. 2nd Annual Cardiovascular MR 2003 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, New York City, 9/2003
  • Contrast Enhanced MRA: Pearls and Pitfalls. 2nd Annual Cardiovascular MR 2003 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, New York City, 9/2003
  • MRA of the Abdomen and Lower Extremities. . 2nd Annual Cardiovascular MR 2003 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, New York City, 9/2003
  • MR Venography and Pelvic Congestion Syndrome. 2nd Annual Cardiovascular MR 2003 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, New York City, 9/2003
  • Contrast Enhanced MRA: How I do it. 2003 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2003
  • Artifacts and Pitfalls in Contrast Enhanced MRA. 2003 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2003
  • MRA of the Thorax: Aorta, Great Vessels and Pulmonary Arteries.. 2003 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2003
  • MRA of the Abdominal Aorta and Peripheral Vascular System. 2003 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2003
  • 108) MR Venography. 2003 Clinical Magnetic Resonance Annual Society Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 6/2003
  • Magnetic Resonance Venography. 2003 New England Venous Symposium, CT, 6/2003
  • 110) MRA for the Interventionalist and Vascular Specialist. Albany Endovascular Society, Albany, 5/2003
  • Noninvasive imaging Symposium: Benefits, limitations, and case presentations MRA: The NEW European gold standard….but will it play in Peoria?. Peripheral Angioplasty and All that Jazz, New Orleans 5/2003
  • Building a Vascular Center: Make love, not war! Making the Most of Your Noninvasive imaging: MRA/MRA Peripheral Angioplasty and All that Jazz, New Orleans 5/2003
  • Non-Invasive Vascular Evaluation: Which test to order and why: Magnetic Resonance Angiography. Peripheral Angioplasty and All that Jazz, New Orleans 5/2003
  • 3D Tricks for Imaging the Pedal Vessels. Advanced MRA Categorical Course. 11th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine. Toronto, 5/2003
  • Clinical Applications of Peripheral Lower Extremity MRA. MR Angiography Categorical Course, Society of Interventional Radiology, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, 4/2003
  • Clinical Applications of Carotid and Thoracic MRA. MR Angiography Categorical Course, Society of Interventional Radiology, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, 4/2003
  • Clinical Applications of Magnetic Resonance Venography. MR Angiography Categorical Course, Society of Interventional Radiology, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, 4/2003
  • Imaging of Pelvic Pain. Pelvic Pain Categorical Course. Society of Interventional Radiology, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, 4/2003
  • Clinical Integration of a Comprehensive Cardiovascular MR Examination. CVMR and CTA Symposium, Gleneagles, Scotland, UK 2003
  • Cardiac MRI. Radiological Society of Connecticut, Chapter Meeting, 3/2002
  • Clinical Utility of Peripheral MRA. 7th Annual Vail 2003 MRI: Basic to Advanced 2/2003
  • Clinical Utility of Magnetic Resonance Venography. 7th Annual Vail 2003 MRI: Basic to Advanced 2/2003
  • Clinical Utility of Carotid and Thoracic MRA. 7th Annual Vail 2003 MRI: Basic to Advanced 2/2003
  • Pitfalls and Artifacts Encountered with MRA/V. 7th Annual Vail 2003 MRI: Basic to Advanced 2/2003
  • MRA and the Vascular Lab: Competition or Complimentary Roles. 15th International Symposium 0n Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Florida 1/2003
  • MRA can Replace Angiography as the Modality to Render the Vascular Roadmap for Vascular Therapy. 15th International Symposium 0n Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Florida 1/2003
  • MRA - A Front Door to your Clinical Practice: SIR Sponsored Practice Management Symposium. 15th International Symposium 0n Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Florida 1/2003
  • MRA to Evaluate the Abdominal Aorta and Peripheral Vessels: Technique and Accuracy. Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, 10th Annual “Current Issues and New Techniques in Interventional and Endovascular Therapy, New York, 11/2002v
  • Diagnosis and Management of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome. Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, 10th Annual “Current Issues and New Techniques in Interventional and Endovascular Therapy”, New York, 11/2002
  • Use it or Lose it – All! Vascular MR in your Future. Out of the Box: Preparing for the Future of IR. Society of Interventional Radiology Sponsored Symposium, Chicago, 10/2002
  • Point/Counterpoint: Vascular CTA vs MRA = When Should One be Preferred Over the Other? The Case for MRA. Cardiovascular MRI and CT Scanning: Practical Applications and Clinical Utility Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2002, Washington DC, 9/2002
  • MRA of the Chest and Abdomen. Cardiovascular MRI and CT Scanning: Practical Applications and Clinical Utility Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2002, Washington DC, 9/2002
  • Contrast Enhanced MRA: How To Do It. Cardiovascular MR 2002 National Symposium MRI/ MRA – Basics to Advanced, New York City, 9/2002
  • Abdominal MRA: From Renal Artery Stenosis to Mesenteric Ischemia. Cardiovascular MR 2002 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, New York City, 9/2002
  • Clinical Utility of MR Venography. Cardiovascular MR 2002 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, New York City, 9/2002
  • Interactive Case Review: Cardiovascular MRI. Cardiovascular MR 2002 National Symposium MRI/MRA – Basics to Advanced, New York City, 9/2002
  • Clinical Utility of Peripheral MRA. Non-Invasive Vascular Imaging Symposium 2002, Boston 6/2002
  • Management of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome and Varicoceles. Embolotherapy: Materials, Techniques, and Clinical Applications. Society of Interventional Radiology Symposium. Pasadena, CA, 6/2002
  • Clinical Utility of Peripheral MRA. Non-Invasive Vascular Imaging Symposium 2002, New York City, 6/2002
  • MR Angiography: Practical Body Applications Instructional Course, American Roentgen Ray Society’s 102nd Annual Scientific Meeting 5/2002
  • How and Why to Start a Vascular Imaging Service. Plenary Session, Annual Meeting of Society of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology. Baltimore 4/2002
  • State-of-the-Art Cardiovascular MRI. New England Chapter of the Association of Vascular and Interventional Radiographers 11th Annual Seminar, CT, 3/2002
  • Cardiovascular MRI for the Interventional Radiologist. John M. Porter Distinguished Professor Lecturer, Dotter Vascular Institute, Portland, OR 3/2002
  • Principles and Techniques of Gadolinium Enhanced MRA. Oregon Health Science University, Portland, OR 3/2002
  • Clinical Utility or Peripheral MRA. 6th Annual Vail 2002 MRI: Basic to Advanced 2/2002
  • Clinical Utility of Magnetic Resonance Venography. 6th Annual Vail 2002 MRI: Basic to Advanced 2/2002
  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography Can Replace Invasive Diagnostic Angiography – An Interventional Radiologists’ Perspective. Annual GEMS European MR/CT Meeting, Amsterdam, Holland, 2/2002
  • Current Status of MRA for Vascular Assessment. 14th International Symposium 0n Endovascular Therapy. (ISET) Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Florida 1/2002
  • MR Angiography and the Future of Your Practice. SCVIR Sponsored symposium on Practice Development, ISET, Florida, 1/2002
  • How MRA & CTA are Changing the Diagnostic Vascular Imaging Paradigm An Interventional Radiologists Perspective, SCVIR Industry Briefing, RSNA 11/2001
  • Why Interventional Radiology Should be Involved in Vascular Imaging. Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, 9th Annual “Current Issues and New Techniques in Interventional and Endovascular Therapy, New York, 11/2001
  • MRA Protocols for Aortoiliac and Runoff Studies. Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, 9th Annual “Current Issues and New Techniques in Interventional and Endovascular Therapy, New York, 11/2001
  • Pelvic Congestion Syndrome: Clinical Presentation and Management. Advanced Interventional Management Symposium, 9th Annual “Current Issues and New Techniques in Interventional and Endovascular Therapy, New York, 11/2001
  • New Developments and Applications in Vascular MR. GE, United Kingdom GE Users Group Meeting, London 11-2001
  • MR Angiography and the Future of Your Practice. Reinventing Interventional Radiology: Strategies for Competitive Success. Society of Interventional Radiology, Philadelphia 10/2001
  • Fluoroscopically Triggered MRA: Techniques, Clinical Applications and Pitfalls. GE Masters Teach the Teachers Conference, Milwaukee, WI 10/2001
  • Magnetic Resonance Venography of the Pelvis. MRI State of the Art, New York University. 10/2001
  • An Interventional Radiologists Perspective on Peripheral MRA. MRI State of the Art, New York University. 10/2001
  • Carotid and Thoracic Aorta Contrast MRA. Cardiovascular MRI Symposium. Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) 2001, Washington DC, 9/2001
  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography for the Interventional Radiologist. Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute. 6/2001
  • Clinical Utility of Peripheral MRA.18th Annual Magnetic Resonance Imaging 2001: National Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada. 5/2001
  • Clinical Utility of Renal and Mesenteric MRA. 18th Annual Magnetic Resonance Imaging 2001: National Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada. 5/2001
  • Clinical Utility of Magnetic Resonance Venography. 18th Annual Magnetic Resonance Imaging 2001: National Symposium. Las Vegas, Nevada. 5/2001
  • Common Pitfalls and Artifacts Encountered with MRA. 18th Annual Magnetic Resonance Imaging 2001: National Symposium. Las Vegas, Nevada. 5/2001
  • Interventional Radiology and Magnetic Resonance Angiography, GE Medical Systems Europe User Meeting, Glasgow, Scotland 5/2001
  • How to Market Cardiovascular MRI. Continuum Healthcare in NYC. 4/2001
  • Cardiovascular MRI is a Clinical Reality. Shields Healthcare, Boston, MA. 3/2001
  • The 30 minute Comprehensive Cardiovascular MRI Examination in Clinical Practice. GE Medical Sytems, Orlando, FL 3/2001
  • Clinical Applications of Cardiovascular. MRI. European GE Medical System Marketing & Sales Meeting, Budapest, Hungary. 2/2001
  • MR Angiography using a 1.5T Signa System. GE Medical Systems, Slough, United Kingdom 1/2001
  • MR Angiography in Routine Practice. MR User Group United Kingdom, Royal Marsden Hospital, London. 1/2001
  • Can MRA Replace Diagnostic Angiography and Who Should Be Performing These Studies. 8th Current Issues And New Techniques In Interventional Radiology And Endovascular Therapy Symposium. New York City, 11/2000
  • Workup and Management of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome. 8th Current Issues And New Techniques In Interventional Radiology And Endovascular Therapy Symposium. New York City, 11/2000
  • Vascular Access Devices: New Techniques and Trends. Cancer Chemotherapy Overview, Hartford Hospital, CT 11/2000
  • MRA and the Interventional Radiologist. GE Masters Teach the Teachers Conference, Orlando, FL 10/16/2000
  • Current and Future Clinical Applications of Cardiovascular MR. Connecticut Society for Vascular Nursing 10/2000
  • Cardiovascular MRI – Present and Future. The New England Conference of Radiologic Technologists, Burlington, Vermont 9/2000
  • How Magnetic Resonance Angiography Is Utilized In the Practice of Vascular/Interventional Radiology, Medicine & Surgary At Hartford Hospital. Division of MRI, General Electric Medical Systems, Milwaukee, WI, 7/2000
  • MR Angiography: Optimizing Clinical Applications and Refining Techniques, Cleveland, OH. June 2000
  • MR Angiography: Optimizing Clinical Applications and Refining Techniques, Nashville.TN. June 2000
  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography and the Diabetic Patient: An Indispensable Tool. 60th Scientific Session of the American Diabetes Association, San Antonio 6/2000
  • Current Clinical Applications of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Angiography. Visiting Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 5/2000
  • Female Pelvic Applications of MRI and MRA. Rhode Island Radiological Associates 3/2000
  • Screening for Pelvic Congestion Syndrome with 3D Gd Enhanced MRV: A Powerful New Application. Magnetic Resonance Advocates Meeting, Orlando, Fl. 12/1999
  • Dynamic Renal MRA, Present and Future. Integrated Cardiovascular Therapeutics, NY. 11/1999
  • 186) Cardiovascular Applications of MRA. Cardiology Grand Rounds, Hartford Hospital, CT. 10/2000
  • Clinical MRA. Grand Rounds Windham Hospital, CT. 5/1999
  • Current Clinical Applications of MRA Medical Grand Rounds, Hartford Hospital, CT. 5/1999
  • Current Clinical Practice of MRA. Radiology Grand Rounds Hartford Hospital, CT. 4/1999
  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography in Clinical Practice. Medical Grand Rounds, Vasser Brothers Hospital, Poukeepsie, NY 4/1999
  • Current Clinical Applications of Peripheral MRA. Grand Rounds, Bridgeport Hospital, CT: 4/1999
  • Clinical Applications of MRA. Grand Rounds, Johnson Memorial Hospital, CT: 4/1999
  • Female Pelvic Applications of MRI and MRA/MRV. Obstetrics and Gynecological Ground Rounds, Hartford Hospital, CT. 3/1999
  • Vascular Access Devices: Techniques and Trends. Current Concepts in Oncology Symposium, Hartford Hospital, CT. 3/1999

Bret F. Coughlin, MD

Body Imaging, Breast Imaging, Hospitalist
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Western New England College,Springfield, MA
    Degree: MBA
    2000
  • University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA
    Degree: MD
    1985
  • College of Holy Cross, Worcester, MA
    Degree: BA Chemistry, Summa Cum Laude
    1981
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, Fellowship in CT/US/MRI
    1989-1990
  • Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio 1985-1989

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1989

Licensure

  • Massachusetts
  • Connecticut

Academic Appointments

  • Tufts Medical School
  • Assistant Professor of Radiology

Memberships/Organizations

  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • American Medical Association
  • Society of Emergency Radiology

Publications

  • Does Body Mass Index Affect the Interpretation of Noncontrast Abdominal Pelvic CT scans
    In press Emergency Medicine
    Wolfe J, Smithline H, Lee S, Coughlin B, Polino J.Blank D
  • MRI Diagnosis of Spontaneous Uterine Rupture of an Unscarred Uterus
    Emergency Radiology 2006; 1-3
    Hruska, K, Coughlin BF, Wiczyk H. Coggins A
  • CT Directed Diagnostic and Therapeutic Pericardiocentesis: 8 Years Experience at a Single Institution
    Emergency Radiology 2005; 11 #6: 353-363
    Klein, SK, Coughlin BF, Afridi H
  • Prospective Comparison of Helical CT of the Abdomen and Pelvis Without and With Oral Contrast in Assessing Acute Abdominal Pain in Adult Emergency Department Patients
    Emergency Radiology 2006
    Lee SY, Coughlin BF, Wolfe J, Polino, J, Blank F, Smithline HA
  • Feasibility of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy for Rapid Noninvasive Diagnosis of Testicular Torsion: An Experimental Study in Sheep
    Pediatric Emergency Care 2005; 21# 8
    Capraro GA, Mader TJ, Coughlin, BF, Smithline HA
  • Mature Cystic Teratoma (dermoid cyst) of the Mesentery
    Applied Radiology 2005; 34 #4
    Goldmakher, G, Lee SY, Coughlin BF
  • Patient Encounter Time Intervals in the Evaluation of Emergency Department Patients Requiring Abdominal/Pelvic CT: Oral Contrast vs. No Contrast
    Emergency Radiology 2004; 10 #6
    Huynh L, Coughlin BF, Wolfe J, Blank F, Lee SY
  • Single Dilated Lactiferous Duct Due to Papilloma: Ultrasonography Guided Percutaneous Biopsy with a Vacuum-Assisted Device
    J Ultrasound Med 2002; 21:107-111
    March D, Coughlin BF, Polino JR, Goulart RA, Makari-Judson G
  • Diagnosing Appendicitis with CT and Ultrasound Using Prospective Patient Stratification by Body Mass Index
    Emergency Radiology A Journal of Practical Imaging. 2001; 8 #5: 267-271
    Tsai SS, Coughlin BF, Hampf, FE, Munshi IA, Wolfe JM
  • Spectrum of Volvulus and Torsion Within the Abdominal Pelvic Cavity
    CDR 2001; 24 #14
    Ghani M, Lee SY, Coughlin BF
  • Routine Chest Roentgenography Is Unnecessary in the Work-Up of Stage I and II Breast Cancer
    Journal of Clinical Oncology, October 2000; 18, #20: 3503-3506
    Chen EA, Carlson GA, Coughlin BF, Reed Jr. WP, Garb JL, Frank JL
  • Angiosarcoma: Unusual Cause of Acute Abdominal Pain and Hemoperitoneum
    American Society of Emergency Radiology 2000; 7 #5:308-311
    Ghani M, Hickey KL, Reynolds DR, Coughlin BF
  • Academic Emergency Medicine 2000; 7 #5: 575
    Smithline HA, Mader TJ, Ali FM, Pope JH, Coughlin BF, Fitzgerald J, Lindenauer P
  • Touch preparation cytology of breast core biopsy specimens: Sensitivity and specificity on the diagnosis of carcinoma
    Academic Radiology 1999; 6: 339-342
    March D, Walker M, Bur M, Dziura B, Coughlin B
  • Intrapancreatic Ciliated Enteric Duplication Cyst Presenting with Biliary Obstruction
    Comtempory Surgery 1999; pp145
    Horky, J, Coughlin B, Hampf, F. Krause R, Zucker G, Gang D, Frank J
  • Intrapancreatic Ciliated Enteric Duplication Cyst Presenting with Biliary Obstruction
    The American Journal of Gastroenterology 1998; 93#10:1984
    Horky, J, Coughlin B, Hampf, F. Krause R, Zucker G, Gang D, Frank J
  • Imaging after cardiac surgery: Expected findings and complications
    Postgraduate Radiology 1998; 18 (2):71-84
    Kon K, Coughlin B, Klein S, Engelman R
  • Use of Breast Core Biopsy in the United States: Results of a National Survey
    AJR 1997; 169 (3): 697-701
    March D, Raslavicus A, Coughlin B, Klein S, Makari-Judson G
  • EUS of benign and malignant conditions of the duodenum and pancreas
    Applied Radiology 1997; 25-33, Cited in the Yearbook of Ultrasound
    Avunduk C, Coughlin B, Hampf F
  • Pregnancy and Abdominal Pain: Value of Ultrasound in Diagnosis
    Emergency Radiology A Journal of Practical Imaging, 1996; (3) : 118-125
    Miller, V, Coughlin B
  • Prevalence of heliobacter pylori infection in patients with large gastric folds: Evaluation and follow-up with endoscopic ultrasound before and after anti-microbial therapy
    The American Journal of Gastroenterology 1995; 90: 1969-1973
    Avunduk C, Navab F, Hampf F, Coughlin B
  • Krukenberg tumor diagnosed on the basis of endoscopic sonograms
    American Journal of Radiology 1994; 62 (4):1003-1004
    Avunduk C, Coughlin B, Hampf F, Donovan J
  • Endoscopic sonography of the stomach: Findings in Benign and Malignant Lesions
    American Journal of Radiology 1994; 163:591-595
    Avunduk C, Hampf F, Coughlin B
  • Diagnosis of renal cell carcinoma: Value of fine needle aspiration cytology in patients with metastases or contraindications to nephrectomy
    American Journal of Radiology 1993; 161:1303-1305
    Niceforo J, Coughlin B
  • Practices and attitudes about cathode-ray tube based and film-based image interpretation
    J Digital Imaging 1992; 5 (1):50-53
    Coughlin B, Seltzer S. Swensson R, Judy P
  • Amniotic fluid volume in large for gestational age fetuses of non-diabetic mothers
    J Ultrasound in Medicine 1991; 10: 401-403
    Benson C, Coughlin B, Doubilet P
  • Current use of screening laboratory tests before abdominal interventions: A survey of 630 radiologists
    Radiology 1991; 181: 669-673
    Silverman, S, Coughlin B, Seltzer S, Swensson R, Mueller P
  • Abdominal radiography and renal ultrasound versus excretory urography in the evaluation of asymptomatic patients after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy
    J Urology 1989; 142 : 1419-1412
    Coughlin B, Risius B, Streem S. Lorig R. Siegel S
  • MR imaging characteristics of tuberculous spondylitis versus vertebral osteomyelitis
    American Journal of Radiology 1989
    Smith A, Weinstein M, Mizushima A, Coughlin B, Hayden S, Lakin M, Lanzieri C
  • Duplex sonography in the evaluation of peripheral pseudoaneurysms
    Radiology 1988; 168: 339-342
    Coughlin B, Paushter D
  • Ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament diagnosed by magnetic resonance
    American Journal of Neuroradiology 1987; 8:924-925
    Leutkehans T, Coughlin B, Weinstein M
  • Cortisol dynamics and test performance of the dexamethasone suppression test in 97 psychiatrically hospitalized children aged 3-16 years
    The J American Academy Child Psychiatry 1986; 23(3): 400-408
    Doherty M, Madansky D, Kraft J, Carter-Ake L, Rosenthal P, Coughlin B

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    2007-Present
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
    Vice Chairman, Department of Radiology
    2005-2007
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
    Chief Division, Abdominal Imaging
    2003-2007
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
    Director of Emergency Radiology
    1997-2001
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
    Director of Research
    1997-2001
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
    Director of Dental Radiology
    1994-2007
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
    Staff Radiologist
    1990-2007

Awards and Honors

  • Radiology Teacher of the Year Award
    2000-2001
  • Non Surgical Staff Teacher of the Year for Department of Surgery
    1999
  • Outstanding Radiology Resident award Cleveland Clinic Foundation
    1989
  • Phi Beta Kappa College of the Holy Cross
    1980-1981
  • Dean's list all semesters, Holy Cross
  • Superintendent's List and Commandant's List US Naval Academy
    1977-1979

Bruce P. Arose, MD

Body Imaging, Hospitalist
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Hahnemann University
    Degree: MD
    1984
  • Temple University
    Degree: BA
    1980
  • SUNY, Stony Brook, Internship
    1984-1985
  • SUNY, Stony Brook, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1985-1988

Certifications

  • Radiology
    1985

David L. Zimmerman, MD

Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
    Honors: Neuroscience, Gross Anatomy, Cell Biology, Diagnostic Radiology, Neuroradiology, Cardiology, Neurology, Pediatrics, Critical Care Medicine
    Degree: MD
    2000
  • Tufts University, Medford, MA
    Cum Laude, Highest Honors for Undergraduate Thesis titled: The Development of Anatomy and Anatomical Illustration from Antiquity to da Vinci
    Degree: BA in Classical Studies
    1995
  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY, Medical Internship
    July 2000-June 2001
  • Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    July 2001-June 2005
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School, Fellowship in Neuroradiology
    July 2005-June 2007

Certifications

  • ABR Exams: Board certified by the American Board of Radiology
  • CAQ in Neuroradiology
    2007

Licensure

  • New York
  • Massachusetts
  • Connecticut

Academic Appointments

  • Gross Anatomy Course Instructor and Prosector in Tufts University School of Medicine
    June 1997-August 1997

Honors/Awards

  • Delegate to the RSNA Introduction to Research Program, Chicago, IL. Sponsored by RSNA, ARRS, and AUR
    December 2002
  • George L. Howland Prize in Anatomy, Tufts University School of Medicine May 2000

Memberships/Organizations

  • American Society of Head and Neck Radiology
  • American Society of Neuroradiology
  • Radiological Society of North America

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
    2007-Present

Devika N. Jajoo, MD

Body Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    Degree: MD
    1989
  • University of New Haven
    Degree: BS
    1986
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital, Intern in Primary Care/Internal Medicine
    1989-1990
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital, Residency in Primary Care/Internal Medicine
    1990-1992
  • Hosp of St. Raphael/Yale, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1992-1996
  • Hospital of St. Raphael/Yale, Fellowship in Cross Sectional Neuro and Body Imaging
    1996-1997

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1993
  • Radiology
    1996

Douglas J. Moote, MD

Body Imaging, Pediatric Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • University of Western Ontario
    Degree: MD
    1983
  • Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Intern in Internal Medicine
    1984
  • Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1984-1988
  • Toronto General Hospital, Fellowship in Gastrointestinal Radiology, Abdominal Interventional and Ultrasound
    1988-1989

Certifications

  • Radiology
    1988
  • CAQ Pediatric Radiology
    1996

Douglas D. Montgomery, MD

Musculoskeletal Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Albany Medical College, Albany, NY
    Degree: MD
    August 1993-May 1997
  • University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
    Degree: BS Biology
    August 1989-May 1993
  • SRochester General Hospital, Rochester, NY, Intern in Internal Medicine
    July 1997-June 1998
  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    July 1998-June 2002
  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology
    July 2002-June 2003

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    2002
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    2002

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    2003

Memberships/Organizations

  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Society of Skeletal Radiology

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    July 2003-Present

Publications

  • Reactive endplate marrow changes: a systematic morphologic and epidemiologic evaluation
    Skeletal Radiology. 34:125-9, 2005
    M Karchevsky, ME Schweitzer, JA Carrino, A Zoga, DD Montgomery, L Parker
  • Effects of iodinated contrast and field strength on gadolinium enhancement: Implications for direct MR arthrography
    JMRI, 15:334-343, 2002
    DD Montgomery, WB Morrisonm, ME Schweitzer, D Weishaupt, L Dougherty
  • Diagnosis of midgut volvulus in an adult with the aid of key radiologic findings
    Acad Emerg Med; 4(7):756-8, 1997
    MEC Vergara, DD Montgomery, L Chan

Ethan B. Foxman, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Stanford University
    Degree: MD
    1997
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: PhD
    1993
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: BS
    1988
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Internship
    1997-1998
  • Stanford University Medical Center, Residency
    1998-2002
  • Harvard Medical School and Clinical Assistant, Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship in Neuroradiology 2002-2004

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1998
  • Radiology
    2002
  • Neuroradiology 2004

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    2004

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

Fernando F. Illescas, MD

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • McGill University School of Medicine, Montreal, Canada
    Degree: MD, CM
    1975-1979
  • McGill University, Montreal, Canada
    Degree: BS
    1970-1975
  • McGill University, Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada, Internship in Internal Medicine
    1979-1980
  • McGill University, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology, Royal Victoria Hospital
    1980-1983
  • Chief Resident, Jewish General Hospital, Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal Neurological Institute
    1982-1983
  • Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, Fellowship in Abdominal Imaging and Vascular/Interventional Radiology
    1983-1985
  • Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC, Fellowship
    1983

Certifications

  • Diagnostic Radiology with Added Qualifications in Vascular & Interventional Radiology
    1997
  • American Board of Radiology
    1985
  • Royal College of Physicians (Canada)
    1984
  • Quebec Board of Medical Specialists
    1984

Licensure

  • National Board of Medical Examiners
  • Medical Council of Canada
  • Connecticut
    1991

Honors/Awards

  • 2000 Radiology Editor's Recognition Award
    January 2001
  • Reviewer of Journal of Canadian Association of Radiologists
    1987-1991
  • Reviewer in Vascular/Interventional Radiology Section of “Radiology”
    1986-Present
  • External Consultant, The Sterling-Winthrop Imaging Research Institute
    July 1990-1992
  • Vice President of Examining Committee in Diagnostic Radiology Specialty, Corporation Professionelle des Médecins du Québec
    1991
  • Associate Editor, Journal of the Canadian Association of Radiologists
    July 1990-1991
  • Examiner in Diagnostic Radiology Specialty, Corporation Professionelle des Médecins du Québec
    1990
  • Magna Cum Laude Award for Scientific Exhibit. Non-surgical Biliary Drainage-Defining the Radiologist's Role in Optimal Patient Care. Radiological Society of North America 1989 Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL
    November-December 1989
  • Canadian Radiological Foundation Research Award
    1986
  • Radiology Chief Resident
    June 1982-July 1983
  • Nomination for Alexander D. Stewart Prize Awarded to Graduating Medical Student “Best Qualified for the Practice of Medicine”, McGill School of Medicine
    1979
  • McGill University Scholarship
    1975-1978
  • Edgar H. Wilson Bursary, McGill University
    1975
  • J.W. McConnel Scholarship in Science, McGill University.
    1973-1975

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiologic Society of North America
  • Association of University Radiologists
  • Society of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology
  • Canadian Association of Radiologists
  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Work Experience

  • Radiologist, Hartford, CT
    1991-Present
  • Interventional Radiologist, Staff Radiologist, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    1991-Present
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT, Department of Radiology
    1991-Present
  • Montreal General Hospital and McGill University School of Medicine
    Assistant Professor and Associate Radiologist, 1988-1991
    Assistant Professor and Assistant Radiologist, 1986-1988
  • Assistant Professor and Attending Radiologist, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, Department of Radiology
    1985-1986

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
    Vice President, 1995-1998
    Board Member, 1993-1998
  • Task Force on Conscious Sedation Committee, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    1992-1994
  • Chairman, Radiology Research Committee, McGill University
    1989-1991
  • Montreal General Hospital Radiology Associates
    Chairman, 1988-1991
    Financial Officer, 1987-1991
    Member of Committee Reviewing Partnership Agreement, 1987, 1988
  • Resident Selection Committee, Montreal General Hospital, McGill University
    1987-1991
  • Judge for Congress Awards Session for Radiology Resident Papers, Canadian Association of Radiologists 1990 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC
    1990
  • Member of the Committee on Ionizing Radiation in Humans, The Canadian Association of Radiologists
    1987-1990
  • Member of Committee Assessing Feasibility and Acquisition of MRI Facilities, Montreal General Hospital, Department of Radiology
    1987
  • Radiology Physician Liaison for Development of Computer Systems
    1987

Grants

  • The Sterling-Winthrop Imaging Research Institute, Amt: $23,180, Lower Extremity Deep Venus Thrombosis: Comparison of Color Duplex Flow Imaging with Contrast Venography
    F.F. Illescas. Co-applicants: M. Atri, M.J. Herbe, P.M. Bret, J.R. Leclerc
    1991-1992
  • Health and Welfare Canada: National Health Research and Development Program. A Randomized Trial of Impedance Plethysmography vs. Contrast Venography in Patients with a First Time Episode of Clinically Suspected Deep Vein Thrombosis
    J. Leclerc, F.F. Illescas, S. Grover
    1988
  • Canadian Radiological Foundation Research Award
    1986

Frederick U. Conard III, MD

Pediatric Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Wesleyan University
    Degree: BA
    1967
  • Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
    Degree: MD
    1971
  • Hartford Hospital, Internship 1971-1972
  • Presbyterian Hospital, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1972-1975

Certifications

  • Radiology
    1976

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    1971
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Honors/Awards

  • Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology
  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • Radiology Society of North America
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
  • Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound
  • Society for Pediatric Radiology
  • Association of Program Directors in Radiology

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
    1987-Present
  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    1987-present
  • Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Hartford, CT
    1996-present
  • Newington Children's Hospital, Newington, CT
    1987-1996
  • University of Connecticut, School of Medicine, John Dempsey Hospital, Hartford, CT
    1977-1987
  • United States Army Medical Corps
    1975-1977

Gary R. Spiegel, MD

Neurointerventional Radiology, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • McGill University, Montreal, Canada
    Degree: MDCM
    1983-1987
  • New York University, New York, NY
    Degree: BA in Biology
    1980-1983
  • University of Georgia, Athens, GA
    Pre-Medical Studies
    1979-1980
  • Montreal Neurologic Institute & Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada, Intern in Mixed Internship Neurosurgery & Neurology
    1987 - 1988
  • New York University Medical Center, New York, NY, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1988-1991
  • New York University Medical Center, New York, NY, Fellowship in Surgical Neuroangiography
    1992-1994
  • New York University Medical Center, New York, NY, Fellowship in Diagnostic Neuroradiology
    1991-1992

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1992
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    1992
  • FLEX
    1987

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    1994

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Clinical Instructor, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
    1998-Present

Work Experience

  • Staff Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
    2002-Present
  • Staff Radiologist, New Haven Radiology Associates, New Haven, CT
    1994-2002

Staff Appointments

  • Active Staff, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    2002-Present
  • Attending Physician, Hospital of St Raphael, New Haven, CT
    1994-2002
  • Attending Physician, Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
    1999-Present

Clinical Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
    1997-Present
  • Department of Radiology, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Boston
    1994-1996
  • North Shore, Magnetic Resonance Imaging Center, Peabody, MA
    1994-1996
  • Suburban MRI, Wellesely, MA
    1994 - 1996
  • Clinical Medicine, General Medical Practice, Saskatchewan, Canada
    OB-GYN, Medicine, Pediatrics and Surgery
    1989

Gregory T. Turner, MD

Body Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Hospitalist
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Tufts University
    Degree: MD
  • Clark University
    Degree: BA
  • Hartford Hospital, Internship
  • Hartford Hospital, Residency

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    1995

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
    2006-Present
  • Windham Hospital, 112 Mansfield Avenue, Willimantic, CT 06226

Harpreet Baweja, MD

Musculoskeletal Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • B.J. Medical College, University of Poona, India
    Degree: MBBS
    June 1984-November 1989
  • St. Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto, Toronto, Rotating Internship
    July 1992-June 1993
  • University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Ontario Pre- Internship Program
    June 1991-February 1992
  • University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    June 2002-June 2006
  • McMaster University Medical Center, Hamilton, Ontario, Residency in Family Medicine
    July 1993-June 1994
  • University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology
    July 2007-June 2008
  • University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, Fellowship in Thoracic and Abdominal Radiology
    July 2006-June 2007

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    2006
  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
    2006
  • College of Family Physicians of Canada
    1994

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    2008
  • Virginia
    2006
  • Ontario, Canada
    1993

Memberships/Organizations

  • Radiologic Society of North America
  • American Board of Radiology
  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
  • College of Family Physicians of Canada

Work Experience

  • Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
    2008-Present
  • Medical Director and Family Physician, Rathburn Medical Centre & World Travel Clinic, Toronto, Canada
    November 1995-May 2002
  • Family Physician, Toronto Clinics
    July 1994 - October 1995

Hugh S. Vine, MD

Breast Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts
    Degree: M.D., C.M.
    Class President, Admissions Committee Member
    1967-1971
  • Yale College, New Haven, Connecticut
    Degree: B.A.
    1963-1967
  • Boston City Hospital, Boston University Medical Service, Intern in Medicine
    1971-1972
  • Residency in Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
    1975-1978
    Chief Resident, 1977 - 1978
  • Junior Assistant Resident, Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Residency in Medicine
    1972-1973
  • Combined Fellowship & Junior Staff, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Fellowship in Interventional Radiology
    1979-1980
  • Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Fellowship in Ultrasound
    1977-1978

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1978

Licensure

  • American Board of Radiology
    1978
  • Connecticut
    1982

Academic Appointments

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, Connecticut
    1988-Present
  • Assistant Professor Radiology, Associate Radiologist, Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
    1981-1982
  • Instructor, Radiology, Assistant Radiologist
    1978-1981

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • New England Society of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology
  • Radiologic Society of North America
  • Connecticut Radiologic Society
  • Society of Breast Imaging

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    President 1992-2003
    Interventional Radiology 1983-2002
    Diagnostic Radiology 2002-present
  • Staff Radiologist, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut
    1983-Present
  • Clinical Fellow in Radiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
    1975-1978

Special Interest

  • Breast Imaging

J. John Straub, MD

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • University of Iowa College of Medicine
    1968-1972
  • Hartford Hospital, Internship
    1972-1973
  • Hartford Hospital, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1973-1976

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1977
  • CAQ Vascular & Interventional Radiology
    1998

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    1972

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Clinical Instructor University of Connecticut School
    2001-Present

Memberships/Organizations

  • Society of Interventional Radiology
  • American College of Radiology
  • Radiologic Society of North America
  • Connecticut State Radiologic Society

Publications

  • Intra-Arterial Fibrinolytic Therapy: Efficacy of Streptokinase vs. Urokinase
    Archives of Surgery, Vol. 121:769-773, 1986

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    1976-Present

Staff Appointments

  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut
    1976-Present
  • CT Children's Medical Center, Hartford, Connecticut
    1982-Present

Areas of Special Expertise

  • Interventional Oncology
    Chemoembolization
    Cryoablation

Jeffrey Michael Brown, MD

Body Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • McGill University School of Medicine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    Degree: MD, CM
    1972
  • University of Pennslyvania, Philadelphia, PA
    Degree: BA, Psychology Phi Beta Kappa
    1964-1968
  • Teaneck High School, Teaneck, New Jersey
    1961-1964
  • Straight Medical Intern, Jewish General Hospital, Montreal Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    1972-1973
  • University of California, San Diego, CA, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1975-1978

Certifications

  • Board Certification - American Board of Radiology
    1982

Licensure

  • >Quebec
    1973
  • California
    1976
  • Wisconsin
    1979

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 1979-1984

Staff Appointments

  • Section Head, Genitourinary Radiology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
    1980-1984
  • Corporation President, Medical Imaging Center, PC, 6 Northwestern Drive, Bloomfield, CT
    1986-1998
  • Radiologist, Corporate Partner, Medical Imaging Center, PC, 6 Northwestern Drive, Bloomfield, CT
    1984-Present

Jennifer Logan, MD

Breast Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Georgetown University School of Medicine
    Degree: MD
    1999
  • College of the Holy Cross
    Degree: BA
    1993
  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Intern in Family Medicine
    1999-2000
  • Hartford Hospital, Residency
    2001-2005

Certifications

  • Radiology
    2005

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • Radiologic Society of North America

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

John E. Foster, MD

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
    Degree: M.D.
    1979-1983
  • Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
    M.S. Chemical Engineering/Colloids, Polymers, and Surface Science
    1975-1979
  • Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY
    Degree: B.S., Chemical Engineering
    1971-1975
  • Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Chester, PA, Intern in Internal Medicine
    1983-1984
  • Boston University Medical Center, Boston City Hospital, Boston, MA, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1984-1987
  • Boston University Medical Center, Boston City Hospital, Boston, MA, Chief Resident, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1987-1988
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, Fellowship in Vascular/interventional Radiology
    1988-1989

Certifications

  • Diplomat, National Board of Examiners
    1984
  • American Board of Radiology, Part I
    1987
  • American Board of Radiology, Part II
    1988
  • Certification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology, American Board of Radiology
    1997

Licensure

  • Massachusetts 1984
  • New Hampshire 1989
  • Connecticut 2001

Honors/Awards

  • Phalanx Leadership Award, Clarkson University
    1975
  • Intern of the Year Award, Crozer-Chester Medical Center
    1984
  • Top Docs 2000 - NH top specialists based on survey of fellow physicians conducted by NH, Magazine (named one of two radiologists receiving the most nominations in their field)
    2000

Memberships/Organizations

  • Connecticut Medical Society
  • Hartford County Medical Society
  • American Medical Association
  • Society of Interventional Radiology
  • NESCVIR
  • American Heart Association
  • International Society of Biliary Radiology
  • American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • New England Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiological Society of North America

Memberships/Organizations

  • Rotational Artifact in Phase Imaging of Cardiac Scans: Potential Pitfalls in Diagnosis
    J. Nucl Med. 28:1536-1539, 1987
  • Functional Oncocytoma of the Kidney: Evaluation by Dual Tracer Scintigraphy
    J. Nucl Med. 28:1911-1914, 1987
  • Discordant Uptake of Technetium-99M DISIDA and Technetium-99M Sulfur Colloid in an Amebic Abscess
    Clin Nucl Med. 2:114-116, 1988

Work Experience

  • Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
  • Staff Radiologist, CMC Radiologists, P.C., Manchester, NH
    1989-1996
  • Staff Radiologist, Southern NH Radiology Consultants, P.C., (Merger of CMC Radiology with Bedford Commons Radiology), Manchester, NH
    1996 - 2001
  • Interventional Radiologist, Connecticut Vascular Institute, Connecticut Surgical Group, Hartford, CT
    2001-2005

Hospital Committees/Offices

  • Chief of Vascular/Interventional Radiology, CMC and Elliot Hospital, 1989-2001
  • Trustee, Catholic Medical Center, 1993
  • Chairman, Department of Radiology, CMC, 1993
  • Executive Committee Member, CMC, 1993
  • Continuing Medical Educational Committee, CMC, 1993-1994
  • Continuing Medical Educational, Chairman, Optima, 1994
  • Trustee, Optima Health, 1994
  • Investigational Review Board, Optima, 1994
  • Planning and Development Committee, CMC, 1990-92, 1994
  • Chairman, Radiation Safety Committee, CMC , 1992
  • Medical Management Committee NHPHO, 1997-2001
  • President, Hillsborough Co. Medical Society, 1997-2001
  • Credentials Committee, Optima/CMC, 1998-2001
  • Board of Trustees, Catholic Medical Center, 1999-2001
  • Member-at-Large, Executive Committee, NH Medical Society, 2000-2001

John P. Opalacz, MD

Body Imaging, Nuclear Medicine
860-289-3375

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Education

  • St. Louis University
    Degree: MD
    1977
  • Holy Cross College
    Degree: BA
    1973
  • Bay State Medical Center, Internship
    1977-1978
  • Hartford Hospital, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1978-1981
  • Hospital of St. Raphael, Fellowship in Ultrasound-CT Scanning
    1981-1982

John P. Volpe, MD

Breast Imaging, Chest Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Georgetown University School of Medicine
    Degree: M.D.
    1984-1989
  • Georgetown University Graduate School, Washington, D.C.
    Degree: M.S., Physiology
    1983-1984
  • Georgetown University Graduate School, Washington, D.C.
    Degree: B.S., Biology
    1979-1983
  • Fairfax Hospital, Georgetown University Affiliate, Fairfax, Virginia, Internship in Transitional Program
    1989-1990
  • Hospital of Saint Raphael, Yale University Affiliate, New Haven, Connecticut, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology & Nuclear Medicine
    1990-1994
  • University of California, San Francisco, California, Clinical Instructor, Department of Radiology, Thoracic Imaging
    1994-1995

Training

  • National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, Research, Diagnostic Radiology
    1988-1989

Certifications

  • California Medical Board Physician & Surgeons Certificate
    1994
  • Diagnostic Radiology with Added Qualifications in Diagnostic Radiology
    1994

Licensure

  • National Board of Medical Examiners
    Connecticut, 1996
    New York, 1995

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Radiology, New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York
    1995-1996

Memberships/Organizations

  • Bay Area Society of Thoracic Radiology
    1994
  • Radiologic Society of North America
    1990

Work Experience

  • Jefferson RadiologyHartford, Connecticut
    1996-Present

Michael T. Baldwin, MD

Body Imaging, Pediatric Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Fellow in Musculoskeletal Radiology
    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
    Boston, MA
    2012-2013
  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    Degree: Doctor of Medicine, 2004
  • St John's University / Catholic Medical Center
    Physician Assistant Program
    Degree: Physician Assistant - Certified, 1998
  • University of Connecticut
    Degree Bachelor of Science, Biology, 1994
  •  Transitional Year Intemship
    Brockton Hospital, Brockton. MA
    2004-2005
  • Resident in Diagnostic Radiology
    Brigham and Women's Hospital,
    Boston, MA
    2005-2009
  • Fellow in Pediatric Diagnostic Radiology
    Children's Hospital,
    Boston, MA 2009-2010

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Memberships/Organizations

  • Society for Pediatric Radiology (SPR)
  • Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)
  • American College of Radiology (ACR)
  • New England Roentgen Ray Society (NERRS)

Marc F. Glickstein, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Yale University School of Medicine
    Degree: MD
    1980
  • Brandeis University
    Degree: BA
    1975
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital, Intern in Internal Medicine
    1980-1981
  • Yale New Haven Hospital, Residency in Internal Medicine
    1981-1983
  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1983-1986
  • Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania, Fellowship in MRI/CT/Ultrasound
    1986-1987

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1984
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    1986

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    1987

Honors/Awards

  • Alpha Omega Alpha
  • Fellow, American College of Radiology

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • Radiology Society of North America
  • Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
  • American Society of Spine Radiology
  • Society of Breast Imaging
  • Radiology Society of CT

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

Margaret K. Szerejko, MD

Pediatric Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Jefferson Medical College/University of Connecticut
    Degree: MD
  • Wellesley College
    Degree: BA
    1975
  • Hartford Hospital, Intern in Internal Medicine
    1979-1980
  • Hartford Hospital, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1980-1983

Certifications

  • Radiology
    1983

Martha M. Greenwood, MD

Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Harvard Medical School
    Degree: MD
    1981
  • Brown University
    Degree: BA
    1972
  • Beth Israel Hospital, Internship
    1981-1982
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1982-1985
  • Veterans Administration Medical Center, Fellowship in Interventional Radiology in CT and Ultrasound
    1985-1986

Certifications

  • Radiology
    1986

Michael J. Hallisey, MD, FSCVIR, FAHA

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT
    Degree: MD
    1986
  • University of Connecticut Surgical Programs, St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, CT, Internship in General Surgery
    1986-1987
  • Yale Univ. Affiliated Hospitals, Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven, CT, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1988-1991
  • Georgetown Univ. Hospital, Washington, D.C., Residency in Diagnostic Radiology 1987-1988
  • George Washington Univ. Affiliated Hospitals, Alexandria Hospital, Alexandria, VA, Fellowship in Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology
    1991-1992

Certifications

  • National Board of Medical Examiners
    1987
  • American Board of Radiology
    1991
  • Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) - Vascular & Interventional Radiology
    1998

Licensure

  • Connecticut, 1988
  • Virginia
  • Massachusetts
  • Pennsylvania

Honors/Awards

  • Graduation Class Speaker (Valedictorian) University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    1986
  • JVIR (Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology) Distinguished Reviewer
    1995
  • The Best Doctors in America
    1996, 1997, and 1998
  • Gary J. Becker Young Investigator Award SCVIR
    1997
  • American Heart Association, Fellow
    2001
  • Society of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology, Fellow
    2002

Honors/Awards

  • American College of Radiology (ACR)
    1992
  • American Heart Association (AHA), Fellow
    1997
  • Council on Cardiovascular Radiology
  • American Medical Association (AMA)
    1996
  • American Roentgen Ray Society (AARS)
  • Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology Society or Europe (CIRSE)
  • Connecticut Interventional Radiology Society
    1992
  • Connecticut Radiology Society
    1993
  • Connecticut State Medical Society (CSMS)
  • Greater Hartford Vascular Society
    1994
  • Hartford County Medical Association (HCMA)
  • New England Roentgen Ray Society (NERRS)
  • Radiology Society of North America (RSNA)
    1991
  • Society of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology (SCVIR)
    1991

Work Experience

  • Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
  • Active Staff, Hartford Hospital
    1992
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    1992
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    1992
  • Associate Staff, UCONN Health Center / John Dempsey Hospital
    1999
  • Courtesy Staff, Connecticut Children's Medical Center
    1996
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Trinity College through BEACON (Biomedical Engineering Alliance and Consortium) Alliance Society of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology, Fellow
    2002
  • American Heart Association, Fellow
    2001

Committees

  • American College of Radiology Committee on Education of the Commission on Interventional & Cardiovascular Radiology
  • Society of Interventional & Cardiovascular Radiology Education Committee
  • Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology Research & Education Fund (CIRREF) Research Committee, Grant Reviewer
  • Assistant Residency Director, Hartford Hospital
    1996-1998
  • Selective Advisor, UCONN School of Medicine 4th year medical student
    1997, 2002
  • American Heart Association, Commission on Cardiovascular diseases
  • Research Committee, Hartford Hospital
  • SCVIR Council Advisory Committee
  • SCVIR FDA Devices Committee
  • Medical Director, Connecticut Vascular Institute

Michael Thomas O'Loughlin, MD

Body Imaging, Hospitalist
860-289-3375

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Education

  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, Connecticut
    Degree: M.D.
    May 1995
  • Colby College, Waterville, ME
    Degree: B.A. cum laude May 1990
  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, Connecticut, Internship in Internal Medicine
    July 1995-June 1996
  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut, Residency in Radiology
    July 1996-June 2000
  • Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Medicine, Fellowship in Cross Sectional Imaging
    July 2000 - June 2001

Certifications

  • Diagnostoc Radiology

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Academic Appointments

  • Radiology Residency Program Director, Hartford Hospital
  • Director of MRI, Jefferson Radiology
  • Director of CT, Jefferson Radiology

Honors/Awards

  • Fred Ziter Teacher of the Year Award, Hartford Hospital Radiology Residency
    2004 and 2007
  • American Canoe Association National Canoe Poling Champion-Intermediate Division
    2010 (honest)

Memberships/Organizations

  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American College of Radiology
  • European Congress of Radiology
  • International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
    2004 - Present
  • Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    2004 - Present
  • Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
    2010 - Present
  • Association of Program Directors in Radiology
    2010 - Present

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

Special Interests

  • MRI
  • Women's imaging/Fetal imaging
  • Cardiovascular CT and MRI
  • Abdominal Imaging
  • Cross Sectional Imaging
  • Radiation Dose Reduction Techniques

R. Timothy Brown, MD

Pediatric Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • University of Western Ontario
    Degree: MD
    1980
  • University Hospital (London, Ontario, Canada), Internship
    1980-1981
  • Victoria Hospital (London, Canada), Residency
    1981-1985
  • Children's Hospital (Boston, MA), Fellowship in Pediatric Radiology
    1985-1987

Certifications

  • Radiology
    1986
  • CAQ-Pediatric Radiology
    1995

Reuben Rock, DDS, MD

Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging, Nuclear Medicine
860-289-3375

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Education

  • University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)
    Degree: MBBCh
    1987
  • University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)
    Degree: BDS
    1981
  • Hillbrow Hospital, Johannesburg (South Africa), Internship
    1988
  • Hillbrow Hospital, Johannesburg, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1990-1993
  • Yale University
    Fellowship in Nuclear Medicine, 1997-1998
    Fellowship in Neuroradiology, 1998-2000

Certifications

  • Radiology
    1999
  • CAQ in Neuroradiology
    2001
  • Nuclear Medicine
    2003

Ronald J. Rosenberg, MD

Nuclear Medicine
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Jefferson Medical College Degree: MD
    1971
  • Pennsylvania State University
    Degree: B.S.
    1969
  • Boston Veterans Administration Hospital, Internship
    1971-1972
  • Temple University Hospital, Internal Medicine, Residency in Endocrinology
    1972-1975
  • Temple University Hospital, Fellowship in Nuclear Medicine
    1975-1977

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1974
  • Endocrinology & Metabolism
    1977
  • Nuclear Medicine
    1976

Stephen K. Ohki, MD

Neurointerventional Radiology
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Emory University School of Medicine
    Degree: M.D.
    1973 - 1977
  • Yale College
    Degree: B.A.
    1970-1973
  • Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Intern in Internal Medicine
    1977-1978
  • Massachussetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1981-1984
  • Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Residency in Internal Medicine
    1978-1980
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Fellowship in Vascular Radiology, Clinical Fellow
    1984 - 1985

Certifications

  • Diagnostic Radiology with Added Qualifications in Vascular & Interventional Radiology
    1996
  • American Board of Radiology
    1984
  • American Board of Internal Medicine
    1980
  • National Board of Medical Examiners
    1978

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    1989
  • New Jersey
    1985
  • Massachusetts
    1979

Academic Appointments

  • Clinical Instructor, University of Connecticut, Department of Radiology
    1991-Present
  • Clinical Instructor, Harvard Medical School
    1984-1985

Work Experience

  • Angiography & Interventional Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    1989-Present
  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut
    Angiography and Interventional Radiologist , 1990-Present
    Assistant Director, 1995-Present
    Chief of Vascular and Interventional Section, 1992-Present
  • Angiography & Interventional Radiologist, Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, New Jersey
    1985-1989
  • Angiography & Interventional Radiologist, Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center, Plainfield, New Jersey
    1985-1989

Staff Appointments

  • Active/Associate Staff, Johnson Memorial Hospital, Department of Medicine, Section of Radiology, Stafford Springs, Connecticut
    1998-Present
  • Active Assistant Staff, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut
    1990-Present
  • Courtesy Staff Privileges, Somerville Hospital, Somerville, Massachusetts
    1984-1985
  • Courtesy Staff Privileges, Symmes Hospital, Arlington, Massachusetts
    1984-1985
  • Associate Staff, Cardinal Cushing Hospital, Department of Medicine, Brockton, Massachusetts
    1980-1981

Memberships/Organizations

  • American Heart Association
    June 1997-June 1998
  • American College of Radiology
  • Radiologic Society of North America
  • Society of Breast Imaging
  • Connecticut State Radiologic Society

Committees

  • Hartford Hospital
    Interventional Radiology Quality Management Committee, 1995 - Present
    Society of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Membership Committee, 1994 - Present
    Critical Path Committee for Same-day Angioplasty, 1994 - Present
    Vascular Surgery Interventional Radiology Liaison Committee, 1994 - Present
    Technology Assessment Committee, 1993 - Present
    Collaborative Management Committee, Department of Radiology, 1993 - Present
    Medical Capital Expense Committee, 1993 - Present
    Executive Committee, Department of Radiology, 1992 - Present
    Education Committee, Department of Radiology, 1991 - Present
    23-Hour Ward Task Force Committee, 1993 - 1994
    Radiology Information System Task Force, 1992 - 1994

Stephen V. Klein, MD

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging, Hospitalist
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Yeshiva University Albert, Einstein College of Medicine , Bronx, New York
    Degree: M.D.
    1983
  • City College of New York, New York, NY
    Degree: B.A.
    1976
  • Albany Medical Center, Albany, New York, Intern in Internal Medicine
    1984
  • Albany Medical Center, Albany, New York, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1988
  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Fellowship in Cardiovascular/Interventional Radiology
    1989

Certifications

  • American Board of Diagnostic Radiology
    1988
  • Certification of Added Qualifications
    1988
  • Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology
    2005

Licensure

  • State of Connecticut
  • State of Massachusetts
  • State of Pennsylvania
  • State of New York

Memberships/Organizations

  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • American College of Radiology
  • Society of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology
  • New England Angiography & Interventional Radiology Society
  • American Medical Association

Publications

  • “CT Directed Diagnostic and Therapeutic Pericardiocentesis: 8 Years Experience at a Single Institution”
    Emergency Radiology 2005; 11 #6: 353-363.
    Klein, SK, Coughlin BF, Afridi H
  • Innominate Artery Transection Secondary to Blunt Trauma.
    J Trauma. 2003;54:202
    Klein, SK, Munshi IA, Engelman D, Ganai S, Kulshrestha P
  • The Diagnosis of Common and Uncommon Splenic Artery pathology Using Computed Tomography and Angiographic Correlation.
    Abstract presented at RSNA Nov 2001.
    Klein, SK, Agarwal D, Irani Z
  • Value of Spiral CT and Angiography in Recognizing Delayed Aortic Dissection After Blunt Trauma
    Surgical Rounds, May 2001.
    Munchi IA, Klein, SK, Volz L
  • Traumatic Arteriovenous Fistula of the Superficial Temporal Artery
    J. Trauma 2000: 49:359
    Munchi IA, Klein, SK
  • CT-Guided Pericardiocentesis in 170 Patients: Indications, Outcomes and Complications: Poster presented at the ARRS meeting 4/98
    Schielke LH, Klein, SK, Coughlin BF
  • Drainage of Pericardial Effusions Under CT-Guidance: A Review of Technique.
    Poster presented at the American Roentgen Ray Society Meeting, April 1998. Received certification of merit.
    Klein, SK, Schielke LH, Coughlin BF
  • Imaging After Cardiac Surgery: Expected Findings and Complications
    Published as article-Postgraduate Radiology 4/98;vol 18:2, pg. 72-85. Poster presented RSNA 1997 (certificate of merit)
    Kon KN, Coughlin BF, Klein, SK
  • Utilization of Breast Core Biopsy in the United States
    Results of a National Survey. AJR 1997;169:697
    March DE, Raslavicus A, Coughlin BF, Klein, SK

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    April 2008-Present
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts, Staff Radiologist 1989-Present

Steve Y. Lee, MD

Body Imaging, Hospitalist
860-289-3375

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Education

  • SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine, Buffalo, NY
    Degree: M.D.
    1987-1991
  • Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
    Degree: A.B. Economics
    1983-1987
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT, Internship
    1991-1992
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA, Residency
    1993-1997
  • Yale University, New Haven, CT, Residency
    1991-1993

Certifications

  • Diplomate, American Board of Radiology
    1997
  • Diplomate, American Board of Medical Examiners
    1991

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Honors/Awards

  • RSNA Certificate of Merit - Education ExhibitM
    2004
  • RSNA Certificate of Merit - Education Exhibit
    2002
  • Edward Sweet Memorial Teacher of the Year Award
    1999-2000

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiological Society of North America
  • Massachusetts Medical Society
  • New England Roentgen Ray Society
  • Association of Program Directors in Radiology
  • American College of Physician Executives

Publications

  • Reduced colonic responses to leukotriene D4 in a rabbit colitis model occurs in the muscularis mucosae: in vitro and in vivo evidence.
    Gastroenterology, 96: 1989
    Percy WH, Lee SY, Won S, Burton,MB, Buraloff R
  • Evidence in vivo and in vitro that leukotriene D4 excitation of rabbit distal colon originates in the muscularis mucosae
    Gastroenterology 94: A542, 1990
    Percy WH, Lee SY, Burton MB, Won S, Burakoff R
  • In vitro changes in rabbit distal colonic muscle sensitivity to inflammatory mediators in an induced colitis
    Gastroenterology 94: A567, 1990
    Percy WH, Eisner TD, Lee SY, Burton MB, Fallick F, Burakoff R
  • Changes in the pharmacologic profile of rabbit distal colonic muscularis mucosae in an induced colitis
    Gastroenterology 1990 A389, 1990
    Percy WH, Lee SY, Eisner TD, Burakoff R
  • Leukotriene D4 excitation of rabbit distal colon arises in the region of the muscularis mucosa
    Am. J. of Physiology 259: 753-759 1991
    Percy WH, Lee SY, Burton MB, Tolentino T, Burakoff R
  • Profound case of neocotical atropy in prolonged status epilepticus
    AJR:173, Dec 99 1712-1713
    Walker MT, Lee SY
  • Spectrum of Volvulus and Torsion Within the Abdominal Pelvic Cavity
    CDR Vol24#14 July 2001
    Ghani M, Lee SY, Coughlin BF
  • Patient Encounter Time Intervals in the Evaluation of Emergency Department Patients Requiring Abdominal/Pelvic CT: Oral Contrast vs. No Contrast.
    Emergency Radiology Vol.10 #6 310-314 July 2004
    Huynh L, Coughlin BF, Wolfe J, Blank F, Lee SY
  • Prospective Comparison of Helical CT of the abdomen and Pelvis Without and With Oral Contrast in Assessing Acute Abdominal Pain in Adult Emergency Department Patients
    Emergency Radiology 2006;12 (4) 150-157
    Lee SY Coughlin BF, Wolf J, Polino JR. Smithline H
  • Does Body Mass Index Affect the Interpretation of Noncontrast Abdominal Pelvic CT Scans
    Academic Emergency Medicine Vol.10,#5 541, 2003
    Wolfe JM, Smithline HA, Lee SY, Coughlin BF, Polino JR
  • Mature Cystic Teratoma of the Mesentery
    Applied Radiology 2005; 34 (4)
    Goldmakher, G, Lee SY, Coughlin BF
  • Should 12 Months of Training be Required Before Diagnostic Radiology Residents Take Independent Call?
    Academic Radiology October 2006: Volume 13 (10) 1286-1293
    Gunderman R, Baily J, Feigin D, Lee SY , Shaw C
  • Also presented at the 54th meeting of the Association of University Radiologists
  • The Impact of Body Mass Index on Concordance in the Interpretation of Matched Noncontrast and Contrast Abdominal Pelvic CT in ED patients with Nontraumatic Abdominal Pain
    Am J Emerg Med 2006; 24: 144-148
    Wolfe JM, Smithline H, Lee S, Coughlin, B, Polino J, Blank F

Presentations

  • . Volvulus and Torsion: A Twist on Abdominal Pain
    Presentation at RSNA Annual Meeting 2000
    Ghani M, Lee S, Coughlin B
  • Non-Invasive Testing for Adequacy of the Palmar Arch Prior to Radial Artery Harvesting for CABG-Results and Reasons for Failure to Recommend Harvest in 867 Consecutive Upper Extremities
    Presented RSNA 2002
    Rhett Krause, Bret Coughlin, Steve Lee, David Deaton, Rodrick Williams, Patrick Barnett
  • A prospective comparison of non-enhanced and enhanced helical CT of the abdomen and pelvis in adult emergency room patients presenting with acute abdominal pain
    Presented, RSNA, 2002
    Lee SY, Coughlin BF, Polino J, Wolfe J, Blank D, Smithline H
  • Non-Invasive Testing for Adequacy of the Palmar Arch Prior to Radial Artery Harvesting for CABG: Results and Reasons for Failure to Recommend Harvest in 867 Consecutive Upper Extremities
    RSNA 2002
    Krause RD, Coughlin BF, Lee SY, Deaton D, William RA, BarnetT PA
  • Interobserver Variability among Radiologists Evaluating A/P CT in Adults Presenting to the ED for Acute Pain
    Poster Presentation, Annual Meeting of the RSNA, December 2004, Chicago, IL
    Coughlin BF, Lee SY, Wolfe J, Blank D, Polino JR, Smithline H
  • Prospective Comparison of Helical CT without and with Oral Contrast of the Abdomen and Pelvis in Assessing Acute Abdominal Pain in 118 Adult Emergency Department Patients
    Poster Presentation, Annual Meeting of the RSNA, December 2004, Chicago, IL
    Lee SY, Coughlin BF, Wolfe J, Blank D, Polino JR, Smithline H
  • MR Pelvic Floor Imaging: A One Year Experience with Clinical Correlation
    Educational Presentation, Annual Meeting of the RSNA, December 2004, Chicago, IL
    Andrejeva L, Patton W, Metz S, Lee SY, Krause R, Williams RA
  • Introduction of a MRIC-based Digital teaching File to Supplement the Subspecialty Emergency radiology Curriculum in radiologic Training
    Poster presentation, Annual meeting of the RSNA, December 2006, Chicago, IL
    Welte FJ, Kim SC, Doshi DJ, O'Connor SC, Lee SY, Coughlin BF
  • MRI Enhancement Patterns of Common Breast Masses
    Education Poster. Annual Meeting of the RSNA, December 2007. Chicago, IL
    Parthival K, Lee, SY
  • Pre-Operative and Post-Operative MR Pelvic Floor Imaging of Urogynecologic Disorders
    RSNA 2008, Chicago, IL
    Parithival, K, Case, D, Lee, SY

Work Experience

  • Staff Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    2009-Present
  • Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
    Director, E.R. Radiology, 2003-2008
    Director, G. I. Radiology, 1999-2003
  • Tufts University School of Medicine
    Assistant Clinical Professor, 2001-2008
    Clinical Instructor, 1998-2001

Steven K. Sussman, MD

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
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Education

  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine
    Degree: M.D.
    1976-1980
  • University of Rochester
    Degree: B.A., Philosophy & Mathematics
    1972-1976
  • Newton-Wellesley Hospital (Tufts University Medical School), Newton, Massachusetts, Intern in Internal Medicine
    1980-1981
  • University Hospital, State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York, Residency in Department of Radiology
    July 1985-July 1989
  • Beth Israel Hospital (Harvard Medical School), Boston, Massachusetts
    Fellowship, 1982-1985
    Chief Resident, Radiology, 1984-1985

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1985
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    1985
  • Diagnostic Radiology with Added Qualifications in Vascular & Interventional Radiology
    1997

Licensure

  • National Board of Medical Examiners
    Connecticut, 1987
    Massachusetts
    New York
    North Carolina

Honors/Awards

  • Runner-up, Best Scientific Exhibit. Renal Lymphoma- imaging & pitfalls
    March 1999
  • Teacher of the Year, Hartford Hospital, Department of Radiology
    1996-1997
  • Society of Uroradiology, Elected Fellow
    January 1993
  • Certificate of Merit, Scientific Exhibit. Renal Streak Artifact During Contrast Enhanced Abdominal CT: A Comparison of Low Osmolality versus High Osmolality Contrast. ARRS
    1992
  • Certificate of Merit, Scientific Exhibit. Renal Streak Artifact During Contrast Enhanced Abdominal CT: A Comparison of Low Osmolality versus High Osmolality Contrast. RSNA
    1992
  • Honorable Mention, Scientific Exhibit: Paracardiac Adenopathy, ARRS
    1987
  • Certificate of Merit, Scientific Exhibit: Paracardiac Adenopathy, RSNA
    1986
  • National Institutes of Health Training Grant
    1985-1987
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Highest Distinction in Philosophy, University of Rochester
    1976
  • Over 50 publications in peer reviewed Jounals

Memberships/Organizations

  • National Board of Medical Examiners
  • Radiologic Society of North America
  • Society of Interventional Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • American College of Radiology
  • Connecticut State Medical Society
  • Fellow: Society of Uroradiology

Work Experience

  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut
    Coordinated acquisition, construction, and establishment of the satellite office in East Hartford, CT 1995
    1987-Present
  • Staff Radiologist, Hartford Hospital Hartford, Connecticut Section Chief Uroradiology 1987-Present

Staff Appointments

  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Department of Radiology, Farmington, Connecticut
    Assistant Clinical Professor, 1990-Present
    Clinical Instructor, 1987-1989<
  • Courtesy Staff, Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Department of Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    1989-Present
  • Emergency Medicine Physician, Clinton Hospital and Hale Hospital, Clinton, Massachusetts, Haverhill, Massachusetts

Committees

  • Co-chairman, Interventional Radiology Quality Management Committee
    1995
  • Pension Committee, Jefferson Radiology
    1994-Present
  • Tenant Management Committee, 200 Seymour Street
    1994-Present
  • Search Committee, Department of Radiology, Hartford Hospital
    1989-Present
  • Intravenous Contrast Committee, Department of Radiology, Hartford Hospital
    1987-Present
  • Operating Room Committee, Hartford Hospital
    1987-1992

Steven R. Urbanski, MD

Body Imaging; Hospitalist
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Education

  • University of Virginia, Health Sciences Center, Charlottesville, Virginia, Fellowship in MRI / US / CT
    July 1989-July 1990
  • University Hospital, State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York, Residency in Department of Radiology
    July 1985-July 1989
  • Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, New York, Intern in Internal Medicine
    July 1984-July 1985
  • State University of New York, Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, New York
    Degree: M.D.
    September 1980-June 1984
  • State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, New York
    Degree: B.S., Biochemistry
    September 1976-June 1980

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1989
  • National Board of Medical Examiners
    1985

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    1990
  • Virginia
    1998
  • New York
    1985
  • Maine
    2003
  • Washington
    2009
  • Massachusetts
    2010

Academic Appointments

  • Clinical Instructor
    University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    2001 – present
  • Clinical Assistant Instructor
    State University of New York at Stony Brook
    1985 - 1989

Honors/Awards

  • AMA Physician's Recognition Award for Continuing Education
    Ninth Award (with commendation), April 2011 - April 2014
    Eighth Award (with commendation), April 2008 – April 2011
    Seventh Award (with Commendation), April 2005 - April 2008
    Sixth Award, April 2002-April 2005
    Fifth Award, April 1999-April 2002
    Fourth Award, May 1996-May 1999
    Third Award, June 1993-June 1996
    Second Award, September 1990-July 1993
    First Award, September 1987-July 1990
  • Certificate of Merit for Scientific Exhibit (Knee MRI)
    Radiological Society of North America
    76th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
    November 1990
  • Phi Beta Kappa
    State University of New York at Binghamton
    May 1980
  • B.S., Biochemistry with Academic Excellence
    State University of New York at Binghamton
    May 1980

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiological Society of North America

Work Experience

  • Staff Radiologist, Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    July 1998-Present
  • Radiologist, The Connecticut Valley Radiological Group, P.C., Hartford, Connecticut
    July 1990-June 1998

Administrative, Committees, Leadership

Holyoke Medical Center Service

  • Chairman, Department of Radiology
    2012-present
  • Medical Executive Committee
    2012-present
  • Credentials Committee
    2012-present
  • Patient Care Assessment Committee
    2012-present
  • Breast Cancer Committee
    2012-present
  • Tumor Committee
    2012-present

Johnson Memorial Hospital Service

  • Chairman, Department of Radiology
    2003–2012
  • Medical Executive Committee-Hospital
    2007–2012
    1996-2000
  • Joint Conference Committee
    2007-2012
  • Service Excellence Task Force – Civil Communications
    2010-2012
  • Physician Quality Improvement Committee
    2009-2010
  • Board of Trustees Turnaround Committee
    2008-2010
  • Secretary/Treasurer Medical Staff
    2007-2010
    1999-2000
    1996-1998
  • Physician Steering Committee
    2008-2009
  • Quality Care Steering Committee
    2007-2009
  • Medical Executive Committee – Surgery Center
    2005-2007
  • Cancer Care Committee
    2006-2007
  • Administrative Affairs Committee
    2001-2002
    1998-1999 (Chair)
  • Peer Review Investigation Committee
    2001
  • Director, Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    1990-1998
  • Vice President, Medical Staff
    1998-1999
  • Chair, Medical Records/Utilization Review Committee
    1994-1997
  • Radiation Safety Officer
    1992-1997

Jefferson Radiology Service

  • Physician Committee
    2009-2011
  • Chair, Task Force on Physician Work, Fatigue, & Safety
    2010-2011
  • Chair, Lifestyle Task Force
    2006-2010
  • Finance Committee
    2006-2007
  • Staffing Committee
    2006-2007
  • Board of Directors
    1998-2004

Publications

  • Urbanski SR, deLange EE, and Eschenroeder Jr. HC.
    Magnetic resonance imaging of transient osteoporosis of the hip.
    The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 73-A: 451-455, 1991.
  • Urbanski SR, deLange EE, and Frierson JR. HF.
    Magnetic resonance imaging of peritoneal pseudocyst associated with Crohn’s disease.
    European Journal of Radiology 12: 38-40, 1991.
  • deLange EE, Urbanski SR, Mugler III JP, and Brookeman JR.
    Magnetization-prepared rapid gradient echo (MP-RAGE) magnetic resonance imaging of Morgagni’s hernia.
    European Journal of Radiology 11: 196-199, 1990.
  • Abbitt PL, Goldwag S, and Urbanski SR. Endovaginal
    Sonography for guidance in draining pelvic fluid collections.
    American Journal of Radiology 154: 849-850, 1990.

Stuart K. Markowitz, MD

Body Imaging
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Education

  • Chicago Medical School
    Degree: MD
    1981
  • University of Pennsylvania
    Degree: BA
    1977
  • Hartford Hospital, Internship
    1981-1982
  • Hartford Hospital, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1982-1985
  • Visiting Fellowship in Gastrointestinal Radiology
    Yale University Hospital and University of Pennsylvania
    1985

Certifications

  • Radiology
    1985

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    1983

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Society of Breast Imaging
  • American Society of Emergency Medicine

Work Experience

  • Chairman, Department of Radiology, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    1995-Present

Werner Rosshirt, MD

Musculoskeletal Imaging
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Education

  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT
    Degree: MD
    1982-1986
  • Trinity College, Hartford, CT
    Degree: BS
    1976 - 1980
  • New Britain General Hospital, New Britain, CT, Intern in Internal Medicine
    1986-1987
  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    1987-1991

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1991
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    1991

Licensure

  • National Board of Medical Examiners
    1987
  • Connecticut
    1990

Academic Appointments

  • Clinical Instructor, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    Present

Publications

  • Angiographic diagnosis and transarterial embolization of iatrogenic ovarian artery injury
    Journal of Vasc & Interventional Radiology, 11(5):625-8. May, 2000
    R.T. Mariano, B. Stein, H.S. Vine, W. Rosshirt, S.K. Sussman, S.K. Ohki
  • Diagnosing Osteomyelitis in Gaucher's Disease: Observation on Two Cases
    Clinical Nuclear Medicine, 16:487-489, 1991
    J.J. Sziklas, J.A. Negrin, W. Rosshirt, R.J. Rosenberg, R.P. Spencer
  • The “bloodless” Animal: A Unique Approach for Studying Radiopharmaceutical Delivery
    Abstract. Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 102:23, 1982
    R. Spencer, H. Hooker, W. Rosshirt, L. Spitznagle
  • Hepatosplenic Accumulation of Tc-99m-Sulfur Colloid in Hypo- and Agamma-globulinemia
    Abstract. Federation Proceedings, 41:1485, 1982.
    R. Spencer, H. Hooker, W. Rosshirt, L. Spitznagle
  • Elevation of Serum Prostaglandin E Levels Following Electrical Stimulation of the Midbrain
    Journal of Neuroimmunology, 3:219-224, 1982
    W. Rosshirt, R. Simon, E. Shaskan, C. Siok, P. Dore-Duffy

Honors/Awards

  • Bob Harron Award for Outstanding Scholar-Athlete in the Junior Class Trinity College
    1979

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    1991-Present
  • Active Senior Staff, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    1991-Present
  • Hartford Hospital
    Assistant Residency Program Director
    Section Chief, Emergency Radiology
  • University of Connecticut Health Center, Department of Neurosurgery, Farmington, CT
    Research Assistant, 1983
    Richard H. Simon, MD, 1980-1982

William J. Glucksman, MD

Musculoskeletal Imaging
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Education

  • University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
    Degree: MD
    1983-1988
  • Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
    Degree: BA
    1979-1983
  • University of Connecticut, St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, CT, Intern in General Surgery
    1988-1989
  • St. Vincent's Medical Center, Affiliate of Yale University School of Medicine, Bridgeport, CT, Residency
    1989-1993
    Chief Resident, 1993
  • Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, NY, Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology
    1993-1994

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1993
  • Diagnostic Radiology with Added Qualifications in Diagnostic Radiology
    1994

Licensure

  • Connecticut, 1991
  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • New Jersey Narcotics

Honors/Awards

  • Brandeis University Cum Laude, Dean's List

Memberships/Organizations

  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • New York Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiologic Society of North America

Publications

  • Chapter 5, Sec 1: General Orthopaedic Radiology: Radiography, Arthrography, Tomography, Myelography, and Diskography
    ORTHOPAEDICS, Mosby Inc., Publisher. Copyright, 2002
    W. J. Glucksman, K. B. Coyner
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Symptomatic Accessory Navicular
    Radiology, June 1994
    T. Miller, R. Staron, F. Feldman, W. Glucksman, and L. Gandolfo
  • Hepatic Angiosarcoma. American Journal of Medicine
    Case Report, Vol 93, 1:219-222, August 1992
    L. Neshiwat, M. Friedland, B. Shorr-Resnick, S. Feldman, W. Glucksman, and R. Russo

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT
    1996-Present
  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ
    Musculoskelatal Imaging, Attending Radiology Deptartment
    1994-1996
  • Veterans Administration Medical Center, Attending Radiology Department, East Orange, NJ
    Musculoskeletal Imaging, Body Imaging, General Radiology
    1994-1996
  • United Hospitals Medical Center, Attending Radiology Department, Newark, NJ
    Musculoskeletal Imaging, Body Imaging, General Radiology
    1994-1996

Presentations and Papers

  • Physical Activity and Health
    Rhode Island Department of Health, Technical Report #32, June 1986.
    W. Glucksman
  • Chapter 5, Sec 1: General Orthopaedic Radiology: Radiography, Arthrography, Tomography, Myelography, and Diskography
    ORTHOPAEDICS. Mosby Inc., Publisher. Copyright 2002
    W. J. Glucksman, K. B. Coyner

William Stephen Poole, MD

Pediatric Imaging, Breast Imaging
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Education

  • University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
    Degree: M.D.,
    1997
  • Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
    B.S.E. in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering, magna cum laude
    1993
  • Children's Hospital, Boston, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
    Fellowship in Pediatric Radiology, 2002-2003
    Chief Fellow, Pediatric Radiology, 2002-2003
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Residency in Radiology
    1998-2002
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Internship in Pediatrics
    1997-1998

Licensure

  • Massachusetts
  • Connecticut

Academic Appointments

  • Tufts University School of Medicine
  • Assistant Professor of Radiology

Publications

  • Polymerizable thin films: Miscibility of diacetylenic PC's and short chain saturated PC's
    Biophys J 1991;59:636a. (abstract)
    Rhodes, DG and Poole, S

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, Connecticut
    2007-Present
  • Staff Radiologist, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA, Radiology and Imaging, Inc., Springfield, MA
    2003-2007
  • Pediatric Radiologist (Part-Time), University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, MA
    2002-Present
  • Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
    Chief Fellow, 2002-2003
    Moonlighting MR Consultation Fellow, 2002-2003
  • New England Baptist Hospital, Boston, MA
    2002-2003

Awards and Honors

  • Teacher of the Year, Baystate Medical Center Department of Radiology
    2005
  • Teacher of the Year, Baystate Medical Center Department of Radiology
    2004
  • Chief Fellow in Pediatric Radiology, Children's Hospital, Boston
    2002-2003
  • Eagle Scout
    1989
  • Phi Beta Kappa
    1992
  • Tau Beta Pi, National Engineering Honor Society
    1992
  • Dean's List with Distinction (4 years), Duke University
  • Resident Advisor Scholarship, Duke University

Anu Bansal, MD

Diagnostic Neuroradiology
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Education

  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY
    Degree: MD
    2001
  • Harvard College, Cambridge, MA
    Degree: BA
    1996
  • Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY
    Internship in Internal Medicine
    2001-2002
  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA
    Residency in Radiology
    2002-2006
  • Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, St. Louis, MO
    Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship, Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology Fellowship

Certifications

  • Radiology
    2006
  • CAQ-Neuroradiology
    2008

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Joanna E. Jacunski, MD

Body Imaging
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Education

  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT
    Degree: MD
    2005
  • Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
    Degree: BS
    2001
  • John Dempsey Hospital/ University of CT SOM, Farmington CT
    Internship in Internal Medicine
    2005-2006
  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    Residency in Radiology
    2006-2010
  • Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
    Fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology
    2010-2011

Certifications

  • Radiology
    2010

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Gregory L. Wrubel, MD

Neuroradiology
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Education

  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT
    Degree: MD
    2006
  • Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
    Degree: BA
  • Hospital of Saint Raphael, New Haven, CT
    Internship in Internal Medicine
    2006-2007
  • Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
    Chief Resident in Diagnostic Radiology
    2010-2011
    Resident in Diagnostic Radiology
    2007-2010
  • Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
    Fellowship in Neuroradiology
    2011-2013

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Diana M. James, MD

Breast Imaging
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Education

  • Brown University, Providence, RI
    Degree: MD, PhD
    2005
  • Brown University, Providence, RI
    Degree: BS
    1996
  • Baystate Medical Center, Tufts University Medical School, Springfield, MA
    Internship in Internal Medicine
    2005-2006
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
    Resident in Radiology
    2006-2010
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
    Fellowship in Breast Imaging
    2010-Present

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Ryan W. Kaliney, MD

Musculoskelatal Imaging
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Education

  • Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
    Degree: MD
    2005
  • Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
    Degree: BS
    2001
  • Tufts-New England Medical Center/Brockton Hospital, Brockton, MA
    Internship in Internal Medicine
    2005-2006
  • University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA
    Resident in Radiology
    2006-2010
  • University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA
    Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology
    2010-Present

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Martin Ollenschleger, MD

Neurointerventional Radiology
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Education

  • University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark, NJ
    Degree: MD
    2002
  • Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
    Degree: BS
    1998
  • New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY
    Internship in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine and Radiology
    2002-2003
  • New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY
    Residency in Neurology
    2003-2005
    Residency in Radiology
    2005-2007
  • New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY
    Fellowship in Radiology
    2007-2009
    Fellowship in Interventional Neuroradiology
    2009-2010

Certifications

  • Radiology
    2008

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

Thomas H. Farquhar, MD

Body Imaging
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Education

  • UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
    Degree: MD
    2000
  • UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
    Degree: Doctor of Philosophy, Biomedical Physics
    1998
  • Stanford University, Stanford, CA
    Degree: Master of Science
  • Stanford University, Stanford, CA
    Degree: Bachelor of Science
    1992
  • UCLA-San Fernando Valley Internal Medicine
    Internship in Internal Medicine
    2000-2001
  • UCSF Radiology Residency Program, Sylmar, CA
    Residency in Radiology
    2001-2005
  • UCSD Medical Center, La Jolla, CA
    Fellowship in MRI
    2005-2006

Certifications

  • Radiology
    2005

Licensure

  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts
  • California

Interests

  • Oncologic imaging
  • PET (positron emission tomography)
  • Body MRI
  • Body imaging

Honors and Awards

  • Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award, Radiological Society of North America
  • Leo G. Rigler Award in Radiological Sciences, UCLA School of Medicine
  • Emil Brogen Research Prize, UCLA School of Medicine
  • Alpha Omega Alpha, UCLA School of Medicine
  • Young Investigators’ Award, Society of Nuclear Medicine
  • Sylvia Sorkin Greenfield Award, UCLA Graduate Program in Biomedical Physics
  • Norman A. Bailey Award, American Association of Physicists in Medicine
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Stanford University
  • Frederick E. Terman Award for Excellence in Engineering, Stanford University
  • Tau Beta Pi, Stanford University
  • Wallace A. Davis Graduate Fellowship in Engineering, Stanford University

Presentations

  • Invited talk, "Risk of Radiation from Medical Imaging." The Leadership Institute, Ritz-Carlton Hotel, San Francisco, CA. February 2011
  • Invited talk, "PET/CT in Oncology." Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare, Carson City, NV

Research Publications

  • Holdsworth CH, Levin CS, Farquhar TH, Dahlbom M, and Hoffman EJ. Investigation of Accelerated Monte Carlo Techniques for PET Simulation and 3D PET Scatter Correction. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 48:1, February 2001.
  • Chatziioannou A, Silverman RW, Meadors K, Farquhar TH, and Cherry SR. Techniques to Improve the Spatial Sampling of microPET - a High Resolution Animal PET Tomograph. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 47:3, April 2000.
  • Farquhar TH, Llacer J, Hoh CK, Czernin J, Gambhir SS, Seltzer MA, Silverman DHS, Hsu C, Qi J, and Hoffman EJ. ROC and LROC Analyses of Lesion Detection in Whole Body FDG PET: Effects of Acquisition Mode, Attenuation Correction, and Reconstruction Algorithm. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 41:4, April 2000.
  • Farquhar TH, Llacer J, Sayre J, Tai Y-C, and Hoffman EJ. ROC and LROC Analyses of the Effects of Lesion Contrast, Size, and Signal-to-noise Ratio on Detectability in PET Images. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 40:12, December 1999.
  • Chatziioannou AF, Cherry SR, Shao Y, Silverman RW, Meadors K, Farquhar TH, Pedarsani M, and Phelps ME. Performance Evaluation of microPET: A High-Resolution Lutetium Oxyorthosilicate PET Scanner for Animal Imaging. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 40:7, July 1999.
  • Farquhar TH, Chatziioannou A, and Cherry SR. An Evaluation of Exact and Approximate 3D Reconstruction Algorithms for a High-Resolution, Small Animal PET Scanner. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 17:6, December 1998.
  • Farquhar TH, Chinn G, Hoh CK, Huang S-C, and Hoffman EJ. A Nonlinear, Image Domain Filtering Method for Cardiac PET Images. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 45:4, August 1998.
  • Qi J, Leahy RM, Farquhar TH, and Cherry SR. Fully 3D Bayesian Image Reconstruction for ECAT EXACT HR+. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 45:3, June 1998.
  • Farquhar TH, Chatziioannou A, Chinn G, Dahlbom M, and Hoffman EJ. An Investigation of Filter Choice for Filtered Back-Projection Reconstruction in PET. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 45:3, June 1998.
  • Qi J, Leahy RM, Cherry SR, Chatziioannou A, and Farquhar TH. High Resolution 3D Bayesian Image Reconstruction using the microPET Small Animal Scanner. Physics in Medicine and Biology 43:4, April 1998.
  • Cherry SR, Shao Y, Silverman RW, Meadors K, Siegel S, Chatziioannou A, Young JW, Jones WF, Moyers JC, Newport D, Boutefnouchet A, Farquhar TH, Andreaco M, Paulus MJ, Binkley DM, Nutt R, and Phelps ME. MicroPET: A High Resolution PET Scanner for Imaging Small Animals. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 44:3, June 1997.

David Blonder, MD

Abdominal Imaging, Hospitalist
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Fellowship: 7/2012 – Present University of Virginia Department of Radiology, Thoracoabdominal imaging
    Expected completion 7/2013
    Program director: Drew Lambert, M.D.
    Tel (434) 982-6392 Fax (434) 924-9515
    Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
    Degree: M.S.,
    1995
  • Residency: 7/2008 – 6/2012
    New York University Department of Radiology
  • Internship: 6/2007 – 6/2008
    Scripps Mercy Hospital, San Diego, CA
  • University of Pittsburgh Medical School, Residency in Diagnostic Radiology
    2003-2007
  • May 2007 Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA Degree : M.D.
  • May 2003 Tufts University, Medford, MA B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, magna cum laude

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology certification
    2012

Honors/Awards

  • 10/2006 Medical School Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society

Publications

  • “Long Term Follow-up of Benign Appearing Pancreatic Cysts in the eldery: Can they be ignored?”
    Presented at SGR abdominal radiology course in Orlando, FL 2010.

Timothy Herbst, MD

Chest Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Cardiothoracic Imaging, Fellow.
    Philadelphia, PA
  • Hartford Hospital Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program, Resident
    Hartford, CT July 2007 – June 2011
  • University of Connecticut Internal Medicine Residency Program, Intern
    Farmington, CT June 2006 – June 2007
  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT
    Degree: M.D. May 2006
  • University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Storrs, CT
    Degree: B.S. May 2002, summa cum laude

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    2011

Honors/Awards

  • 4th Year Class Award, Hartford Hospital Diagnostic Radiology Residency (2011)
  • Honors in Family Medicine Clerkship, University of Connecticut School of Medicine Johnson & Johnson Ethicon Endosurgery Prize (2003) for research presentation
  • Newman/Schreiber Scholarship (2002)
  • UConn New England Scholar (2002, 2000)
  • UConn Babbidge Scholar (2001)
  • Phi Beta Kappa, inducted 2000 Phi Kappa Phi, inducted 2000
  • Golden Key International Honor Society, inducted 1999
  • Treasurer, UConn Chapter 2000 – 2002
  • Dean’s List for eight semesters
  • UConn College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Nutmeg Scholarship (1998)

Memberships/Organizations

  • Society of Thoracic Radiology, 2011 – present
  • American Society of Emergency Radiology, 2009 – present
  • European Society of Radiology, 2009 – present
  • Radiologic Society of North America, 2007 – present
  • American College of Radiology, 2007 – present
  • American Roentgen Ray Society, 2007 – present
  • New England Roentgen Ray Society, 2007 – 2011

Publications

  • White, W., Herbst, T., Thavarajah, S., and Giacco, S.
    Clinical Evaluation of the Trimline Blood Pressure Cuffs with the Accutorr Plus Monitor.
    Blood Pressure Monitoring. June 2003. Volume 8(3): 137-140.
  • Herbst, T., Anis-Anwar, A., Giacco, S., and White, W.
    Of the Overall System Precision of the Welch-Allyn Transtelephonic Home Blood Pressure Monitor in Adults with Parkinson’s Disease.
    Blood Pressure Monitoring. October 2002. Volume 7(5): 285-288.

John K. Horky, MD

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program, Boston, MA (July 2000 to June 2001)
  • Tufts University School of Medicine, Baystate Medical Center, Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program, Springfield, MA (July 1996 to June 2000) -Chief Resident, July 1999 to June 2000
  • Yale University School of Medicine, Section of Interventional Neuroradiology, New Haven, CT (July 1995 to June 1996)
  • Tufts University School of Medicine, Baystate Medical Center, General Surgery Residency Program, Springfield, MA (July 1992 to June 1995)
  • Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA (1988-92) -Awarded M.D. degree (May 1992)
  • Amherst College, Amherst, MA (1983-87) -Awarded B.A. degree magna cum laude in English (May 1987)

Memberships/Organizations

  • Associate Member: American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Radiological Society of North America

Susan J. Jordan, MD

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • 1983-87 Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA. Major in Biological Chemistry.
  • 1987-91 Tufls University School of Medicine, Boston, MA. M.D.
  • 1991-92 Newton Wellesley Hospital, Newton, MA. Medical and Surgical Internship
  • 1992-96 Deaconess Hospital (now Beth lsrael Deaconess Hospital), Boston, MA. Diagnostic Radiotogy Resident
  • 1996-97 New England Medical Center, Boston, MA. Interventional Radiology Fellowship

Certifications

  • National Board of Medical Examiners - March 1992
  • American Board of Radiology - June 1996

Memberships/Organizations

  • 1992 - present Radiology Society of North America

Josh A. Kallen, MD

Interventional and Vascular Radiology and Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • July 2011 - Present Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD Fellow, Vascular and Interventional Radiology
  • July 2007 - June 2011 Hartford Hospital Diagnostic Radiology Residency, Hartford, CT Resident, Department of Radiology
  • July 2006 - June 2007 Hospital of Saint Raphael Internal Medicine Residency, New Haven, CT Intern, Department of Internal Medicine
  • May 2006 M.D. University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT

Honors/Awards

  • Fellowship Chief Fellow, Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Johns Hopkins Hospital Residency
  • Chief Resident, Department of Radiology, Hartford Hospital, 2010-2011
  • Ludwig J. Pyrtek Award, excellence in research, Hartford Hospital, 2009 and 2010
  • RSNA Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award, 2009 and 2010
  • Internship Intern of the Year, Hospital of Saint Raphael

Publications

  • Kallen JA, Coughlin BF, O’Loughlin MT, Stein B.
    Reduced Z-axis coverage multidetector CT angiography for suspected acute pulmonary embolism could decrease dose and maintain diagnostic accuracy.
    Emergency Radiology. 2010. 17:31-35. (Presented as Original Research RSNA 2008)

Prasanta K. Karak, MD

Body Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Fellowship
    University of Alabama School of Medicine Birmingham, AL
    July 1993 – June 1995
  • Vascular & Interventional Radiology Residency:
    Yale University School of Medicine New Haven, CT
    July 1998 – June 1999
  • Nuclear Medicine
    University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    July 1995 – June 1998 Farmington, CT
  • Diagnostic Radiology
    All-India Institute of Medical Sciences
    May 1988 – October 1991 New Dehli, India
  • Radio-Diagnosis Internship
    North Bengal University Medical College
    July 1983 – June 1984 West Bengal, India
  • General Med, Surgery, Prev & Social Med, OBGYN, Hospital Duty Medical
    All India Institute of Medical Sciences
    January 1985 – December 1987 New Dehli, India MD
  • College
    North Bengal University Medical College
    September 1978 – May 1983 West Bengal, India MBBS

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    1998
  • American Board of Nuclear Medicine
    1999

Memberships/Organizations

  • American College of Radiology
  • Society of Nuclear Medicine
  • Radiological Society of North America

Leadership Roles

  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    2000 - 2005 Farmington, CT
    Assistant Professor
  • Yale University School of Medicine
    2000 - 2003 New Haven, CT
    Assistant Professor

Mrinal S. Mani, MD

Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging, Nuclear Medicine
860-289-3375

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Kalpana L. Mani, MD

Body Imaging, Breast Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary/Harvard Medical School
    1/11-7/11
    Fellowship, Head and Neck Imaging
  • Beth Israel Deaconess / Harvard Medical School
    7/09-12/10
    Fellowship, Neuroradiology
  • Beth Israel Deaconess / Harvard Medical School
    7/05-6/09
    Residency, Diagnostic Radiology
  • Beth Israel Deaconess / Harvard Medical School
    6/04/-6/05
    Internship, Internal Medicine
  • Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
    8/99-6/04 • M.D.
  • Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA
    9/03-6/04 • M.Ed.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
    8/95-5/99 • B.S. in Chemistry
  • Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA

Certifications

  • American Board of Radiology
    2009
  • MSQA certified
    2012
  • Neuroradiology CAQ
    2013

Publications

  • Moonis G, Mani KL, Cunnane ME, Merchant S, Curtin H.
    Venous Causes of Facial Canal Enlargement: MDCT Findings and Histopathologic Correlation.
    American Journal of Neuroradiology.
    Accepted 2/5/2010.

David L. Marinelli, MD

Body Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Yale University
    Bachelor of Science
    June 1978
    New Haven, Connecticut
    Engineering
  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    Doctor of Medicine
    December 1981
    Farmington, Connecticut
  • St. Francis Hospital Pathology Extern
    Jan 1982 - June 1982
    Hartford, Connecticut
  • St. Mary's Hospital Medical Intern
    July 1982 - June 1983
    Waterbury, Connecticut
  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Radiology
    Resident July 1983 - June 1986
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Angiography
    July 1987 - June 1988
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Interventional Fellow

Certifications

  • Diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners
    1983
  • Pennsylvania Medical License # MD-030405-E (Inactive)
    1983
  • Passed Part I American Board of Radiology Examination
    9/85
  • Passed Part II American Board of Radiology Examination
    6/86
  • Massachusetts Medical Certificate # 59052
    1988-12/26/2011
  • Certificate of Added Qualifications in Interventional Radiology
    2/95-2/2005

Memberships/Organizations

  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American College of Radiology
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Massachusetts Radiological Society
  • Western Massachusetts Radiological Society

Work Experience

  • Radiology and Imaging, Inc.
    Radiologist 7/1988 - 12/1995
    Springfield, MA
  • Chief Radiologist RiverBend Medical Group
    12/1995 - 1/2000
  • Locums coverage
    5/2009 - present
    RiverBend Medical Group
  • Chief Radiologist
    RiverBend Medical Group
    1/2000 - 12/2002
    Springfield, MA
  • Staff Radiologist
    1/2003 – 12/2009
    Greenfield Radiology
    Locums coverage 3/2007 – present
  • Jefferson Radiology, PC
    Radiologist
    10/2010 – Present Hartford, CT
    Locums Coverage

Nnenna N Aguocha, MD

 

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Education

  • Stanford University
    • Palo Alto, CA
    • Degree: B.A., Human Biology, emphasis in International
    • Women’s Health 1998-2002
  • Emory University School of Medicine & Rollins School of Public Health
    • Atlanta, GA
    • Degree: M.D., MPH (Epidemiology)
    • 2003-2008
  • Emory University
    • Atlanta, GA Internship 2008-2009
  • Emory University Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences Atlanta, GA Residency 2009-2013
  • Cross-Sectional Imaging Fellow Johns Hopkins University Department of Radiology Baltimore, MD Fellowship 2013-2015

Certifications

  • The American Board of Radiology
    • 2013

Licensure

  • Connecticut State Medical Board 2015
  • Maryland State Medical Board 2013

Memberships/Organizations

  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American College of Radiology
  • American Society of Emergency Radiology
  • RAD-AID International
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • Association of University Radiologists
  • National Medical Association
  • Association of Nigerian Physicians in America

Stacey A. Bass, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

·         Fellowship

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Interventional Radiology

7/2013-6/2014

·         Residency

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Chief

7/2009-6/2014

·         Internship

Harbor Hospital, Baltimore, MD    

7/2008-6/2009

·         Medical/Graduate

M.D., Ph.D. (MSTP), University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

7/2000-5/2008

·         Undergraduate

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Magna cum laude

8/1996-5/2000

 

Certifications

·         American Board of Radiology

       2014

·         Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

       2015

 

 

 

Licensure

  • Maryland

2012

  • Connecticut

2014

Memberships/Organizations

·         American Alliance of Academic Chief Residents in Radiology

 

·         American Roentgen Ray Society

 

·         Association of University Radiologists

 

·         American Society of Neuroradiology

 

·         American College of Radiology

 

·         Radiological Society of North America

 

·         Society of Interventional Radiology

·         American Medical Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Work Experience

Jefferson Radiology

2014

Honors/Awards

Chief Resident, Radiology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

1/2012-12/2012

Intern of the Year, Harbor Hospital, Baltimore, MD

7/2008-6/2009

Eric W. Lothman Award in Recognition of Outstanding Scholarly Achievement in the Neurosciences, University of Virginia

2006

National Research Service Award (NRSA) for Individual Predoctoral M.D./Ph.D. Fellows, University of Virginia

2004-2006

NRSA Training Grant, University of Virginia

2002-2004

Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) Dean’s Merit Fellowship, University of Virginia School of Medicine

2000-2008

Dean’s Merit Scholarship, University of Virginia

2000-2008

Dean’s List, Cornell University

1997-2000

Ethan B. Foxman, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN

B.S. in Economics

1993-1997

 

New York Institute of Technology

Old Westbury, NY

Post Baccalaureate Degree in Premedical Sciences

1997-1998

 

University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

Biddeford, ME

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine

1999-2003

 

Mercy Catholic Medical Center

Darby, PA

Internal Medicine Internship

2003-2004

 

Drexel University College of Medicine, Hahnemann University Hospital

Philadelphia, PA

Neurology  and Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program

Philadelphia, PA

2004-2011

 

New York University Medical Center

New York, NY

Diagnostic Neuroradiology Fellowship Program

2011-1012

 

New york-Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center

New York, NY

Interventional Neuroradiology/Endovascular Neurosurgical Fellowship Program

2012-2014

 

Montefiore Medical Center

Bronx, NY

Abdominal Imaging Fellowship Program

2014-2015

 

 

 

Certifications

American Board of Radiology

American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry

 

 

 

 

Licensure

  • Connecticut

2015

Memberships/Organizations


Society of Neurointerventional Surgery

 

Society of Vascular and lnterventional Neurology

 

American College of Radiology American Roentgen Ray Society Radiological Society of North America American Academy of Neurology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Work Experience

Jefferson Radiology

2015

Honors/Awards

July2009-June 2010      Chief Resident

Department of Radiology

Drexel University College of Medicine, Hahnemann University Hospital

 

July 2006-June 2007     Chief Resident

Department of Neurology

Drexel University College of Medicine, Hahnemann University Hospital

 

December 2005            National EpiFellows Program Scholarship Recipient

Washington, DC

 

June 2004                         Intern of the Year

Department of Internal Medicine

Mercy Catholic Medical Center

 

June 2003                        Psi Sigma Alpha, National Osteopathic Scholastic Honor Society

Epsilon Chapter

University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

July 2000                           Sigma Sigma Phi, National Osteopathic Honor and Service Society

Kappa Chapter

University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine



Ethan B. Foxman, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

·         The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

           1988

           Degree:  B.A.                                  

·         Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee

            1992

            Degree:  M.D.

·         Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC)

         Transitional Medicine Internship

         1992 – 1993

·         WRAMC Department of Radiology       ,              

           Diagnostic Radiology Residency

           1993 – 1997                                              ,

           Chief Resident

           1996 -­‐1997

·         Additional Training, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Department of Radiologic Pathology,  Armed Forces Institute of Pathology;            

         1997 2005              

Certifications

·         Diplomat of the American Board of Radiology

                1997                          

Licensure

  • Connecticut

2005

Memberships/Organizations

·         Radiological Society of North America

·         American Roentgen Ray Society

·         -­American College of Radiology

·         Society of Skeletal Radiology

·         Society of Interventional Radiology

·         American Medical Association

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

        2014-Present

  • Radiologist, New Haven Radiology Associates, PC

         2005 – 2014

  • Section Chief, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington D.C

        1997 – 2005

  • CME Coordinator, Department of Radiology, WRAMC, Washington, D.C.

1998 -­‐ 2005                      

  • Associate Program Director, National Capital Consortium, Diagnostic Radiology Residency, Bethesda, MD

         2001 -­‐   2004                    

  • Associate Program Director in Radiology, Hospital of S Raphael, New Haven, CT

        2005 -­‐ 2007                      

  • Program Director in Radiology, Hospital of S Raphael;

        2007 – 2011

  • Section Chief, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C.

        1997 -­‐   2005                     

  • Assistant Professor of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Uniformed Services University of

the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD

        2002 -­‐ 2006                      

  • Section Head, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Department of Radiology, Hospital of St. Raphael

        2005-2010

                                -­‐              

Honors/Awards

Academic

  • Teacher of the Year, WRAMC Department of Radiology, 2002 – 2003
  • Teacher of the Year, Radiology Program, Hospital of St. Raphael, 2007-­‐2008

Military Service

  • Honorable discharge after 13 years of active duty military service, 1992 -­‐  2005
  • United States of America Meritorious Service Medal for exceptional service provided while assigned to the Department of Radiology, WRAMC, from July 1997 through December 2001

Ethan B. Foxman, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Stanford University
    Degree: MD
    1997
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: PhD
    1993
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: BS
    1988
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Internship
    1997-1998
  • Stanford University Medical Center, Residency
    1998-2002
  • Harvard Medical School and Clinical Assistant, Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship in Neuroradiology 2002-2004

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1998
  • Radiology
    2002
  • Neuroradiology 2004

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    2004

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

Ethan B. Foxman, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Stanford University
    Degree: MD
    1997
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: PhD
    1993
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: BS
    1988
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Internship
    1997-1998
  • Stanford University Medical Center, Residency
    1998-2002
  • Harvard Medical School and Clinical Assistant, Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship in Neuroradiology 2002-2004

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1998
  • Radiology
    2002
  • Neuroradiology 2004

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    2004

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

Ethan B. Foxman, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Stanford University
    Degree: MD
    1997
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: PhD
    1993
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: BS
    1988
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Internship
    1997-1998
  • Stanford University Medical Center, Residency
    1998-2002
  • Harvard Medical School and Clinical Assistant, Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship in Neuroradiology 2002-2004

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1998
  • Radiology
    2002
  • Neuroradiology 2004

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    2004

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

Ethan B. Foxman, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Stanford University
    Degree: MD
    1997
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: PhD
    1993
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: BS
    1988
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Internship
    1997-1998
  • Stanford University Medical Center, Residency
    1998-2002
  • Harvard Medical School and Clinical Assistant, Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship in Neuroradiology 2002-2004

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1998
  • Radiology
    2002
  • Neuroradiology 2004

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    2004

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

Ethan B. Foxman, MD

Body Imaging, Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Imaging
860-289-3375

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Education

  • Stanford University
    Degree: MD
    1997
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: PhD
    1993
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Degree: BS
    1988
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Internship
    1997-1998
  • Stanford University Medical Center, Residency
    1998-2002
  • Harvard Medical School and Clinical Assistant, Massachusetts General Hospital, Fellowship in Neuroradiology 2002-2004

Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
    1998
  • Radiology
    2002
  • Neuroradiology 2004

Licensure

  • Connecticut
    2004

Work Experience

  • Jefferson Radiology, Hartford, CT

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