Meet the Program Directors and Coordinators


Erin Gomez, M.D.

Dr. Erin Gomez is an Assistant Professor of Radiology in the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science at Johns Hopkins. She serves as the Director of the Diagnostic Radiology residency program and is the former director of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's Diagnostic Radiology elective. Dr. Gomez's academic interests include medical student and resident education, fundamentals and clinical applications of MRI physics, and cross-sectional imaging of the female pelvis, with a focus on high-risk OB imaging and MR evaluation of the placenta. She is the Radiology lead for a monthly Placenta Accreta Spectrum (PAS) multidisciplinary conference at Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) which involves multimodal imaging review for surgical planning. Currently, her research is focused on optimizing placental MRI for PAS and evaluating maternal and fetal outcomes in this patient population.

Fun facts: Outside of work Dr. Gomez enjoys spending time with her sons and husband, playing frisbee and working in her garden. She is an avid Baltimore Orioles fan and is awaiting a playoffs comeback!

What I love about the program: Our overnight call system, which promotes speed, independence and comfort with complex cases, is a program highlight. I also love the camaraderie that residents show each other on a daily basis - they exemplify teamwork and kindness in all that they do.

Tony Lin, M.D.

Dr. Cheng Ting Lin “Tony Lin” is a diagnostic radiology faculty member at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He obtained his M.D. degree from Stony Brook University School of Medicine and completed his radiology residency at the same institution. Following his cardiothoracic imaging fellowship at the University of Maryland Medical Center, he joined the Diagnostic Body division of the radiology department in 2014, where he focused on thoracic radiology. Dr. Lin’s research interests encompass lung cancer detection, interstitial lung disease, infectious pneumonia, and deep learning applications in cardiothoracic diseases. He also takes pride in mentoring radiology trainees, collaborating on research projects, and serving as a liaison between the clinical radiology team and the IT department. Additionally, he assumed the role of Associate Program Director for the residents in 2018 and has been deeply involved in various aspects of residency education, including curriculum development and preparation for emergency department calls.

Fun facts: In Dr. Lin’s leisure time, he enjoys spending time with his family, gaming, recreational running, learning Japanese, and honing his coding skills.

What I love about the program: Johns Hopkins University offers an excellent professional atmosphere, particularly for faculty members like me who are keen on working with residents for clinical duties and research projects alike. The residents here are so eager to learn and try new things!

Dan Grupp

Dan Grupp is the Medical Training Program Administrator in the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science at Johns Hopkins. He serves as the Lead Program Coordinator of the Diagnostic Radiology residency program in addition to being the liaison for the GME office and other department program coordinators. Dan joined the Radiology department in 2018 as a Senior Administrative Coordinator to the department’s Vice Chair of Quality, Safety and Value and Co Program Coordinator for the Diagnostic Radiology residency program.

Fun facts: Outside of Johns Hopkins, Dan is a certified group exercise instructor for Brick Bodies and specializes in Les Mills BODYATTACK. While not at the gym, you can find him spending time with his husband, family and friends. He is an organized and creative type so he truly enjoys cleaning and re-decorating his home, all while watching reruns of Schitt’s Creek and listening to anything by Taylor Swift.

What I love about the program: The program has become a second family to us all. While working closely together to ensure a successful academic year, we can’t help but create special relationships and bonds with one another. And we always make sure to have fun in the process.

Jenna McFaul

Jenna McFaul is a Senior Administrative Coordinator in the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science at Johns Hopkins. She serves as the Program Coordinator of the Diagnostic Radiology residency program. Jenna started in 2023 after several years of both patient-facing and corporate level roles for large health-based organizations.

Fun facts: Jenna enjoys spending her downtime with her husband and their pets relaxing at home and watching their favorite TV shows like Ted Lasso, Below Deck, and Greys Anatomy. Jenna is an avid home cook and loves to experiment with foods that are new to her.

What I love about the program: I love that no two residents are alike, and that each comes to us with vastly diverse backgrounds. This dynamic gives everyone the ability to share their experiences and perspectives in a way that feels so unique to this program.

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