Columbia University Presbyterian Hospital
New York, NY
Senior Resident, Radiology
St. Vincent's Medical Center
Areas of Specialty/Interest
Computers in Radiology
Date of Birth
June 5, 1970
M.D. (6 Year Medical School) University of Missouri at Kansas City
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"Not without labor: Anything worth having is worth working
"Radiology is one of medicine's most rapidly developing fields.
With recent technological advances, our ability to obtain, manipulate
and transmit diagnostic images has become sensational. Minimally
invasive radiologic procedures and equipment also progress at an
incredible pace, right before our eyes. Truly elegant exams such
as 3D volumetric CT, MRI, and, now, ultrasound provide a window
for us to peer through to see the future of diagnostic imaging.
Barely over 100 years old, medical imaging, certainly still in its
infancy, is exhilarating to be part of, in this period of exponential