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Faculty

Section Chief



J. Louis Hinshaw, MD, FSAR
Professor (CHS)
Departments of Radiology, Urology
Fellowship Director, Abdominal Imaging and Intervention

Research Interests:
Image-guided tumor ablation, CT colonography, minimally invasive procedures


Section Faculty



Christopher Brace, PhD
Associate Professor (Tenure)
Department of Radiology
Director, Tumor Ablation Laboratory

Research Interests:
Development and optimization of tumor ablation modalities and techniques


Frederick Kelcz, MD, PhD, FACR
Associate Professor (Tenure)
Department of Radiology

Research Interests:
Breast MRI, Abdominal/Pelvic MRI


Specialties:
Breast MRI, Abdominal/Pelvic MRI


David Kim, MD
Professor (CHS)
Department of Radiology
Vice Chair of Education
Residency Program Director

Research Interests:
CT Colonography, Colorectal cancer screening, 
Rectal MRI for Colorectal cancer


Specialties:
CT colonography


Mark A. Kliewer, MD, MHSc
Professor (Tenure)
Department of Radiology
Chief, Ultrasound

Research Interests:
Advanced ultrasound imaging techniques for tissue characterization, Elasticity and Parametric US Imaging, Obstetrical ultrasound and Vascular Doppler ultrasound


Specialties:
Vascular Doppler US, Obstetrical US


Fred T. Lee Jr, MD
Professor (Tenure)
Departments of Radiology, Biomedical Engineering, Urology
Robert Turrel Professor of Imaging Science
Chief, Abdominal Intervention

Research Interests:
Image-guided tumor ablation, Advanced hepatic imaging techniques, genitourinary radiology, image-guided interventions


Specialties:
Tumor ablation, Liver imaging, GU Radiology, Image guided intervention


Meghan G. Lubner, MD
Associate Professor (CHS)
Department of Radiology
Chief, Clinical and Research CT

Research Interests:
Image-guided tumor ablation, CT Colonography, New applications in computed tomography including volumetric measurements and advanced 3-D imaging techniques


Lori Mankowski Gettle, MD, MBA
Assistant Professor (CHS)
Department of Radiology


Perry J. Pickhardt, MD
Professor (CHS)
Department of Radiology
Chief, Gastrointestinal Imaging
Medical Director of Oncological Imaging, UW Carbone Cancer Center
Aunt Minnie's Most Influential Radiology Researcher for 2016

Research Interests:
CT colonography, colorectal cancer, oncologic imaging, CT texture analysis, MR for acute abdominal conditions, radiation dose reduction in CT, appendicitis imaging, hepatic steatosis, opportunistic osteoporosis screening with CT, incidental imaging findings.


Specialties:
CT colonography, Oncologic imaging, Opportunistic CT screening, Machine learning/artificial intelligence


Scott B. Reeder, MD, PhD
Professor (Tenure)
Departments of Radiology, Biomedical Engineering, Medical Physics
H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellow
Vice Chair of Research
Chief, MRI
LIRP Director

Research Interests:
Development and validation of quantitative MRI biomarkers of diffuse liver disease and the hemodynamics of portal hypertension; hepatobiliary contrast agents; and advanced MRI methods for cardiovascular imaging


Jessica Robbins, MD
Associate Professor (CHS)
Department of Radiology
Assistant Residency Program Director

Research Interests:
CT Colonography and women's imaging


Elizabeth Sadowski, MD
Associate Professor (CHS)
Department of Radiology
Director, Gynecological Imaging

Research Interests:
Ultrasound and MR imaging of gynecologic diseases; Endometrial, cervical and ovarian cancer diagnosis and treatment; Career development and promotion


Specialties:
MRI perfusion of transplants, MRI spectroscopy


Shane Wells, MD
Assistant Professor (CHS)
Department of Radiology

Research Interests:
Oncologic imaging and intervention, including percutaneous tumor ablation, the development of new MRI methods to quantify liver and liver tumor perfusion, and image-guided interventional oncology


Timothy J. Ziemlewicz, MD
Associate Professor (CHS)
Department of Radiology
Assistant Residency Program Director
Chief, 3D Imaging

Research Interests:
Image-guided tumor ablation, CT colonography, image post-processing techniques and their clinical applications.


Fellows

Anjuli Cherukuri, MD


Akshya Gupta, MD


Matthew Nitz, MD, PhD


Virginia Planz, MD


B. Dustin Pooler, MD
Undergraduate:
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Medical School:
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, MD, 2010


Nurses



Section Administrative Assistant

Elise Atkinson
(608) 263-9028icon: phone
MAtkinson@uwhealth.orgicon: send email

 


Last updated: 11/22/2017
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