Adjunct Associate Professor of Radiology and Surgery
Dr. Georgiades is an adjunct Associate Professor in the Division of Vascular & Interventional Radiology of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He specializes in minimally-invasive cancer treatments, especially lung, liver and kidney cancer. His research and extensive publications concentrate on Chemoembolization (delivery of high dose concentrated chemotherapy directly into the cancer) and Cancer Ablation (Radio-frequencyablation or Cryoablation). Dr. Georgiades a recognized leader in this field, he is invited regularly to give lectures and has trained many other physicians on the topic of cancer ablation.
Dr. Georgiades has also developed a new technique in diagnosing hyperaldosteronism – a frequent and under diagnosed cause of high blood pressure, again using minimally invasive methods.
Assistant Professor of Radiology & Surgery, Clinical Director Vascular & Interventional Radiology, Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Board Certified
- Diagnostic Radiology
- Certificate of Added Qualifications
- Vascular & Interventional Radiology
- Vascular & Interventional Radiology:Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Diagnostic Radiology:Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Internal Medicine: Beth Israel-Deaconess, Harvard Medical School
- Doctor of Medicine (M.D.): Boston University, School of Medicine
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.): University of California
- Master’s of Science (M.S.): University of California
- Bachelor’s of Science (B.Sc.): University of Texas