• Faculty Research

  • A photo of Brian Coley.

    Brian D. Coley, MD Radiologist-in-Chief, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    513-636-8703

    A photo of Todd Abruzzo.

    Todd Abruzzo, MD Chief, Pediatric Interventional Neuroradiology, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    works closely with hematology/oncology specialists on the development of novel interventional therapies for pediatric tumors, especially Retinoblastoma. He also researches intracranial aneurysms, vascular malformations, ischemic stroke and cerebral arteriopathies in children, as well as the biology of neurovascular diseases and the development of novel neurointerventional technologies.

    513-803-2758

    A photo of Christopher Anton.

    Christopher G. Anton, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is focused on musculoskeletal diseases.

    513-636-8943

    A photo of Diane Babcock.

    Diane S. Babcock, Emeritus, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is interested in including 3D ultrasound imaging in the pediatric patient head and abdomen and use of ultrasound elastography in the pediatric patient.

    513-636-8558

    A photo of Dr. William Ball.

    William S. Ball, MD Neuroradiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    focuses on cerebrovascular complications in sickle cell disease. He currently chairs a multidisciplinary group, working on clinical guidelines covering pediatric causes of cerebrovascular disease.

    513-636-8574

    A photo of Adam S. Brody.

    Alan S. Brody, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    focuses on imaging of the chest in cystic fibrosis and in childhood diffuse lung disease. He directs the Center for Diagnostic Imaging of the Therapeutic Development Network of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

    513-636-8508

    A photo of Maria Calvo-Garcia.

    Maria A. Calvo-Garcia, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    has past and present clinical research focused on improving detection of fetal complex genitourinary malformations and fetal anorectal malformations.

    513-636-6696

    A photo of Marguerite M. Caré.

    Marguerite M. Caré, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is interested in tuberous sclerosis complex.

    513-636-6330

    A photo of Kim Cecil.

    Kim M. Cecil, PhD Spectroscopist, Imaging Research Center

    focuses on the application of MR spectroscopy and imaging in several populations by characterizing the features of inborn errors in metabolism and evaluating the effects of environmental neurotoxicants and radiation, respectively, on brain anatomy and function.

    513-636-8559

    A photo of Eric Crotty.

    Eric J. Crotty, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is interested in cardiothoracic radiology, specifically childhood interstitial lung disease and also resident education.

    513-636-2165

    A photo of Charles Dumoulin.

    Charles Dumoulin, PhD Scientific Director, Imaging Research Center

    is interested in the physics and engineering of magnetic resonance, MRI of neonates, and interventional MRI. His interests in interventional MR include: MR-guided Focused Ultrasound ablation for non-invasive "surgery" and MR-guided vascular interventions in which an MR scanner is used to guide catheters for procedures such as cardiac electrophysiology.

    513-636-7721

    A photo of Kathleen H. Emery.

    Kathleen H. Emery, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is a pediatric radiologist who is involved in clinical research related to imaging (mainly MRI) in pediatric sports medicine and other childhood musculoskeletal diseases.

    513-636-7189

    A photo of Robert J. Fleck.

    Robert J. Fleck, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    performs research of the airways, lungs and cardiopulmonary system using CT/MRI. Current research is a collaborative effort with ENT, pulmonary and aerospace engineering to develop tools to model flow structure interaction of the airway in obstructive sleep apnea and tracheomalacia with the goal of improved treatment. Other research uses MRI in early cystic fibrosis to develop methods of evaluating the lung parenchyma and blood flow.

    513-636-9941

    A photo of Michael J. Gelfand.

    Michael J. Gelfand, MD Chief, Section of Nuclear Medicine, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is interested in new applications of hybrid imaging (PET/CT, SPECT/CT, PET/MRI) in pediatrics and radiation dose reduction in nuclear medicine and hybrid imaging.

    513-636-7650

    A photo of Randy Giaquinto.

    Randy O. Giaquinto Senior Imaging Research Engineer, Imaging Research Center

    is interested in RF coil design, CAD and fabrication. Mr. Giaquinto has designed RF coils and system hardware for over 30 years, and is an expert on the design and clinical application of multi-channel array RF coils for MRI of the torso, heart, head, prostate and breast.

    513-803-3186

    A photo of Marilyn J. Goske.

    Marilyn J. Goske, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is interested in radiation protection for children and communication of radiation risk to families. She practices quality improvement related to imaging in children, patient care and communication in medical imaging as well as professionalism, education of trainees and online education.

    513-803-1599

    A photo of Kathy J. Helton-Skally, MD.

    Kathy J. Helton-Skally, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is researching MRI and the pediatric female pelvis.

    513-636-6694

    A photo of Scott K. Holland.

    Scott K. Holland, PhD Director, Pediatric Neuroimaging Research Consortium

    focuses on pediatric neuroimaging applications of MRI at high field, which includes perfusion MRI, functional MRI, micro-imaging of transgenic mice, and image processing methods.

    513-636-7565

    A photo of Neil Johnson.

    Neil D. Johnson, MD Medical Director, Vascular Access Team

    focuses on interventional percutaneous image guided treatment of benign bone tumors such as Aneurysmal Bone Cyst and Osteoid Osteoma.

    513-636-8557

    A photo of Blaise Jones.

    Blaise V. Jones, MD Chief, Neuroradiology

    is interested in brain neoplasms and cerebrovascular diseases.

    513-636-8574

    A photo of Hee Kim.

    Hee K. Kim, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    focuses on pediatric musculoskeletal disease.

    513-636-0435

    A photo of Beth M. Kline-Fath.

    Beth M. Kline-Fath, MD Chief, Fetal Imaging

    is interested in fetal MRI, fetal ultrasound and neuroimaging.

    513-636-1856

    A photo of Bernadette Koch.

    Bernadette L. Koch, MD Neuroradiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    focuses on imaging the pediatric head and neck, with particular interest in evaluating children with problems involving the face, orbits, sinuses, ears, airway and/or neck.

    513-636-7535

    A photo of Steven J. Kraus.

    Steven J. Kraus, MD Chief, Radiography and Fluoroscopy

    is interested in colorectal imaging in children with complex abnormalities, intussusception - Hirschsprung's disease, imaging complex urinary anomalies and urinary tract infections and swallow abnormalities in children.

    513-636-7131

    A photo of Tal Laor.

    Tal Laor, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is interested in skeletal injuries to the child, congenital abnormalities, and normal and abnormal bone growth and development.

    513-636-8345

    A photo of James Leach.

    James L. Leach, MD Neuroradiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is interested in the preoperative and intraoperative integration of functional imaging techniques for neurosurgical treatment, multimodality imaging in pediatric epilepsy, advanced imaging of brain tumors, stroke and intracranial venous disorders. In addition, he is actively involved in trainee imaging interpretation and quality assurance research.

    513-636-7591

    A photo of Diana Lindquist.

    Diana M. Lindquist, PhD

    is the director for the In Vivo Micro-imaging Laboratory within the Imaging Research Center. Her research focuses on the metabolic effects of various pharmaceutical agents as measured by proton, phosphorus and carbon magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

    513-636-9268

    A photo of Alan Oestreich.

    Alan E. Oestreich, MD, FACR Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    is interested in bone growth and development, metabolic bone disease, principals of perception and radiology of topology of bodily systems.

    513-636-8552

    A photo of Sara O'Hara.

    Sara M. O'Hara, MD, FAAP Chief, Section of Ultrasound

    has research interests including ultrasound (especially emerging technologies), nuclear medicine, organ transplantation, pediatric genitourinary and gastrointestinal diseases.

    513-636-2164

    A photo of Manish Patel, DO.

    Manish N. Patel, DO Interventional Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging

    focuses on the treatment of low and high flow vascular malformations. This includes treatments modalities such as sclerotherapy and embolization.

    513-636-6695