The Emory University Breast Imaging Division is composed of eight dedicated breast faculty and four breast imaging fellows, who work together to accomplish the academic tri-partite mission of research, education and clinical excellence. Clinical education is centered on the daily care of patients delivered at our three dedicated breast centers: the Winship Glenn Family Breast Imaging Center on the main Emory University campus, the Emory Midtown Hospital and Grady Memorial Hospital. While the centers are standardized with respect to diagnosis and treatment, each presents a different patient and referring physician mix that, taken together, provide a broad spectrum of education and a rich and effective experience. Weekly breast conferences combining didactic material with patient-specific discussions occur at each facility. Additionally, interaction with breast surgeons, breast pathologists, radiation oncologists, plastic surgeons, and medical oncologists occurs on a daily basis and further enhances the precepts of multidisciplinary patient management and team practice. Under the guidance of Dr. Carl D’Orsi, there is an active breast research program with recent projects including breast digital tomosynthesis, stereoscopic breast imaging, and modality comparison for optimum imaging in the setting of neoadjuvent chemotherapy. All breast imaging faculty are engaged in clinical research and welcome the opportunity to share their projects and experience with medical students, residents, and fellows. This division is also active within the community, presenting information at various locations to facilitate education and awareness.
- Michael A. Cohen, MD, FACR
Director, Division of Breast Imaging
Breast Imaging Center
1701 Uppergate Dr, Suite 1104
Atlanta, GA 30322
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American College of Radiology Commission on Economics
Dr. Kathleen Gundry
Dr. Kathleen Gundry has been selected to serve on the American College of Radiology (ACR) Committee on Economics- Issues in Academic Radiology. The Commission on Economics is ACR’s primary resource for medical socioeconomics. The Commission’s work product often is used as background material and evidence for ACR’s Congressional and State legislative efforts as well as communications with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), policy makers and other medical insurers.
Grady Breast Imaging Center
Emory University Hospital
Grady Breast Imaging Center has been designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The designation signifies the gold standard in imaging accreditation, assuring patients of the highest level of image quality and safety at a facility.
RSNA 2013 Education Exhibit Award
Rebecca Seidel, MD
Dr. Rebecca Seidel received the Certificate of Merit award for her education exhibit, “My My My My My Seroma: The Role of the Radiologist in the Evaluation and Management of Postoperative Seromas of the Breast” at the 99th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). Each education exhibit presentation is reviewed by the Education Exhibit Awards Committee. Seidel received her certificate out of 2124 education exhibits.
ARRS Clinician Educator Development Program
Christopher Ho, MD
Dr. Christopher Ho has been selected for the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) Clinician Educator Development Program. The program is specifically tailored to the aspiring radiology educator who is interested in developing the most current and effective teaching skills as well as formulating educational programs that best meet the needs of trainees/learners.
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