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The Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science is committed to providing the highest quality medical care. Our world-renowned physicians and staff members, led by Karen Horton, M.D., focus on combining the latest in radiological technology with specialized expertise to diagnose and treat patients.
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The world-renowned physicians and staff of the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Sciences combine the latest in treatment and medical imaging with the highest level of patient care.
We impart the highest quality education through a combination of theoretical training and practical hands-on clinical experience that prepares its students to become leaders in their chosen fields of specialty.
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June's Faculty of the Week
Dr. Renu Berry, Dr. Joanna Rossi, and Dr. Rohini Nadgir
Dr. Ihab Kamel, Vice-Chair of MR Operations and MR Innovation on July 1, 2021.
Dr. Kamel will continue to act as Clinical Director of MR, responsible for MR safety, overseeing and standardizing the MR protocols and MR quality across all radiology sites. Dr. Kamel will also work to build partnerships with academia and industry to promote innovation, research, and education in MRI, including new innovative clinical tools that could expedite the pace of discovery.
Dr. Harjit Singh, Interim Chair of Radiology at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Dr. Singh brings a set of skills that represent a culmination of his work previously as the inaugural Associate Dean for Diversity & Inclusion during his tenure at Penn State College of Medicine and more recently as Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs for the Department of Radiology.
Dr Hye-Young Heo, Associate Professor in the Division of MR Research
Dr. Heo collaborates with faculty in the Division of Neuroradiology in Radiology, as well as researchers from other departments including Neurosurgery, Neurology, Oncology, Anesthesiology, and Pathology, involving patient studies of brain tumors and stroke. Dr. Heo is a frequent reviewer for leading imaging journals in his field. He serves on the editorial board of the “Journal of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering”, he is a review editor for “Frontiers in Neuroscience/Neurology”, and was guest editor of a special issue for the journal “NMR in Biomedicine” entitled “Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer MRI".
Dr. Jay Pillai, Professor
Dr. Pillai is a recognized international leader in clinical applications of functional MRI, cerebrovascular reactivity mapping for brain tumor presurgical mapping, and neurovascular uncoupling research. He is also an accomplished clinical program builder and translational scientist, particularly in advanced brain tumor functional and physiologic imaging. Dr. Pillai has achieved national and international recognition in the development and novel application of innovative imaging methods and biomarkers derived from resting-state and task-based functional MRI and other noninvasive physiologic MRI techniques to study brain diseases such as tumors and epilepsy.
Dr. Pathak, Professor
Dr. Pathak is widely recognized as an expert on functional and molecular imaging of the role of vasculature in health and disease, emphasizing cancer, neuroscience, and tissue engineering. Dr. Pathak’s research is focused on developing novel imaging methods, computational models, and data visualization approaches to ‘make visible’ critical aspects of cancer, neurobiology, and tissue engineering.
Dr. Jenny Hoang, Professor
She has published more than 140 peer-reviewed articles with a focus on thyroid and parathyroid imaging. She led the American College of Radiology (ACR) efforts in producing a White Paper on Incidental Thyroid Findings and was a core member of the ACR TI-RADS committee for thyroid ultrasound. She serves on several national committees including the ACR Incidental Findings Committee and the ACR RADS Steering Committee. Dr. Hoang is the principal investigator for an ACRIN funded study using ACR's Multicenter Thyroid Ultrasound Registry.