Dushyant V. Sahani, M.D., is Associate Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Director of Computed Tomography at Massachusetts General Hospital, both in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Sahani is a board certified radiologist and fellow trained in abdominal imaging and intervention at Massachusetts General Hospital. Imaging of the liver, biliary and pancreas has been a focus of his research and clinical work. He is currently involved in investigating tumor angiogenesis and response to novel cancer treatment methods with CT, MRI and PET.
Dr. Sahani has contributed over 200 original articles and reviews to medical literature, numerous book chapters, as well as, the author of two textbooks. His work has appeared in journals such as: the New England Journal of Medicine, Nature Medicine,Journal of Clinical Oncology, Clinical Gastrointestinal Radiology and Hepatology, Radiology, American Journal of Radiology, Annals of Surgery, Investigative Radiology, and European Journal of Radiology. He has delivered over 200 lectures nationally and internationally. Dr. Sahani also provides medical education to residents, fellows, and HMS students. In addition, he has been a visiting professor at numerous universities in the United States and abroad. He is a reviewer for over 25 scientific journals. Dr Sahani is also a fellow member of all leading radiology societies including: ACR, ARRS, CMR, ESGR, NERRS, RSNA, SCBT/MR, and SGR. In 2005 and 2007, he earned a research award from the Society of Gastrointestinal Radiology, and a Hounsfield award from the Society of Computed Body Tomography and MR in 2005. He was appointed 2008-2009 “Visiting professor” of the Society of Gastrointestinal Radiology. Currently, Dr. Sahani serves as a member of the Board of Directors for SCBT-MR.
Garry Gold, MD is a Professor of Radiology and (by courtesy) Bioengineering and Orthopedics at Stanford University. He received his Masters in Electrical Engineering and MD from Stanford. His clinical practice is in musculoskeletal radiology and sports medicine, and research focus is on improving MRI for diagnosis of musculoskeletal diseases. Dr. Gold currently serves as the Associate Chair for Research in the Department of Radiology at Stanford. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Susan M. Ascher, MD, FISMRM is a Professor of Radiology at Georgetown University School of Medicine and the Co-Director of Abdominal Imaging at Georgetown University Hospital (GUH). Dr. Ascher graduated from Weill Cornell Medical College and did her Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital. After completing an Abdominal Imaging Fellowship at GUH, she joined the Radiology Department. Her clinical duties and research efforts have focused on Gynecologic Imaging.
Dr. Ascher served as a Medical Advisor in the United States Office on Womens’ Health in the Department of Health and Human Services. In that capacity, she helped further development and promotion of Breast MRI. She is also a Fellow of the ISMRM and has been both a panelist and moderator of the RNSA Sunday Unknown Film Panel. Dr. Ascher was a member of the Reproductive Endocrinology Committee that formulated the new American Board of Radiology Core Curriculum Exam. Currently Dr. Ascher is the Women’s Imaging Editor for RadioGraphics and she chairs their Women’s Imaging Educational Exhibit Committee. Dr. Ascher was a Co-Editor of the 20012 RadioGraphics Monograph: Gynecologic Imaging Across the Life Span.
Dr Elizabeth G McFarland
SSM St Joseph Health Center
Joel F Platt, MD, FSCBTMR
University of Michigan Medical Center
Dr Platt is a board certified fellowship trained Radiologist with a focus on abdominal imaging. Current clinical and research interests include Dual Energy CT, Dose Reduction Strategies for CT and Innovative bowel imaging. He has authored over 100 scientific articles in the peer reviewed literature with several additional review articles and book chapters. He has delivered over 200 invited lectures at a variety of sites both nationally and internationally. Dr.Platt is an active teacher of residents, fellows and medical students. He acts as reviewer for over 15 scientific journals. Currently, Dr Platt serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the SCBT-MR.
Scott Reeder MD, PhD, FSCBTMR, FISMRM is a Professor and Vice Chair of Research, as well as Chief of MRI in the Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is also Associate Director of the Medical Scientist Training Program (MD/PhD) in the School of Medicine and Public Health. He joined UW-Madison in 2005 from Stanford University where he completing his radiology residency, and a fellowship in abdominal and cardiovascular imaging. Previously, he completed medical school at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, where he also received his Masters and PhD in Biomedical Engineering. He is originally from Canada where he received his BScE in Engineering Physics at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. In addition to his clinical and administrative duties, Dr. Reeder is also the Director of the UW Liver Imaging Research Program, an active NIH-funded group that performs research in technical development and translation of new imaging methods, particularly quantitative imaging biomarkers, to assess liver disease. Specific areas of research interests include development of new MRI methods for quantification of abdominal adiposity, liver fat, liver iron overload and other features of diffuse liver disease, quantification of perfusion in liver tumors, hemodynamics of portal hypertension and the use of new contrast agents in liver and biliary diseases. Dr. Reeder has over 170 peer-reviewed publications and over 25 patents focusing describing his work on the technical development and clinical validation of advanced MRI methods for cardiovascular and abdominal imaging, and MRI-based quantitative biomarkers. He is a fellow of the SCBT/MR and the ISMRM.
Erik K. Paulson, MD,is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology at Duke University Medical Center. Born in Durham, North Carolina, raised in Columbus, Ohio, Dr. Paulson earned his medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina. Following a medical internship at Duke, Dr. Paulson served as a resident and chief resident in Radiology at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. Following residency, Dr. Paulson served as a fellow in Abdominal Imaging at Duke University. After fellowship, he joined the staff at Duke and progressed steadily through the ranks eventually serving as the Division Chief of Abdominal Imaging and Vice Chairman of the Department. Dr. Paulson served as Chairman of Diagnostic Radiology at MD Anderson Cancer Center from 2012 – 2013, before being recruited back to Duke. His academic interests include hepatobiliary and pancreatic imaging, percutaneous intervention, and innovations in CT technology. Current interests include applications of dual energy CT, implementation of low dose technology in a tertiary care center, patient flow in a large radiology department , and faculty development.
2017 Board with Gold Medal Recipient
2014 Board Members