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Brian D. Coley, MD Radiologist-in-Chief, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Radiologist-in-Chief, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Professor, UC Department of Radiology
UC Department of Pediatrics
Coley BD. The future of pediatric ultrasound. Pediatr Radiol. 2011 May;41 Suppl 1:S220-7. Mendell JR, Campbell K, Rodino-Klapac L, Sahenk Z, Shilling C, Lewis S, Bowles D, Gray S, Li C, Galloway G, Malik V, Coley B, Clark R, Li J, Xiao X, Samulski J, McPhee SW, Samulski RJ, Walker CM. Dystrophin immunity in Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy. N Engl J Med. 2010;363:1429-1437.
Young C, Shiels WE, Murakami J, Hogan MJ, Coley BD. Self-embedding behavior: radiological management of self-inflicted soft tissue foreign bodies. Radiology. 2010;257:233-239.
Sidhu M, Coley BD, Goske MJ, Connolly B, Racadio J, Yoshizumi TT, Utley T, Strauss KJ. Image Gently, Step Lightly: increasing radiation dose awareness in pediatric interventional radiology. Pediatr Radiol. 2009;39:135-1138.
Karmazyn BK, Gunderman RB, Coley BD, Blatt ER, Bulas D, Fordham L, Podberesky DJ, Prince JS, Paidas C, Rodriguez W. ACR Appropriateness Criteria on developmental dysplasia of the hip - child. J Am Coll Radiol. 2009;6:551-557.
Dietrich AM, Coley BD. Bedside pediatric emergency evaluation through ultrasonography. Pediatr Radiol. 2008;38S4:S679-684.
Hogan MJ, Coley BD. Interventional radiology treatment of empyema and lung abscesses. Paedtiatr Respir Rev. 2008;9:77-84.
Coley BD. Sonography of pediatric scrotal swelling. Semin Ultrasound CT MRI. 2007;28:297-306.
Coley BD, Hogan MJ. Image-guided interventions in neonates. Eur J Radiol. 2006;60:208-220.
Snyder EM, Coley BD. Limited value of plain radiographs in infant torticollis. Pediatrics. 2006;118:e1779-1784.
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.
Chief, Pediatric Interventional Neuroradiology, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Associate Professor, UC Department of Radiology
Pediatric interventional neuroradiology
Todd Abruzzo, MD, has helped establish a national referral center for pediatric vascular malformations, hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia, and retinoblastoma at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. He plays a major role in the endovascular treatment of children at Cincinnati Children’s. Through close collaboration with other members of the Fetal Care Program at Cincinnati Children’s, he has helped to develop a comprehensive care plan for children with vein of Galen malformations and other congenital vascular anomalies. While working with other physicians, he has helped build a nationally recognized program for the treatment of retinoblastoma with intra-arterial chemotherapy.
Rahme R, Farley CW, Zuccarello M, Ringer AJ, Khan U, Abruzzo TA. Transarterial embolization of cerebral arteriovenous malformations: A durable treatment for venous side hemorrhage? Med Hypotheses. 2011 Jun;76(6):827-30.
Abruzzo TA, Heran MK. Neuroendovascular therapies in pediatric interventional radiology. Tech Vasc Interv Radiol. 2011 Mar;14(1):50-6.
Grande A, Nichols C, Khan U, Pyne-Geithman G, Abruzzo T, Ringer A, Zuccarello M. Treatment of post-hemorrhagic cerebral vasospasm: role of endovascular therapy. Acta Neurochir Suppl. 2011;110(Pt 2):127-32.
Greiner HM, Abruzzo TA, Kabbouche M, Leach JL, Zuccarello M. Rotational vertebral artery occlusion in a child with multiple strokes: a case-based update. Childs Nerv Syst. 2010 Dec;26(12):1669-74. Hitchcock KE, Caudell DN, Sutton JT, Klegerman ME, Vela D, Pyne-Geithman GJ, Abruzzo T, Cyr PE, Geng YJ, McPherson DD, Holland CK. Ultrasound-enhanced delivery of targeted echogenic liposomes in a novel ex vivo mouse aorta model. J Control Release. 2010 Jun 15;144(3):288-95.
Xu, DS., Abruzzo T, Albuquerque FC, Dabus G, Eskandari MK, Guterman LR, Hage ZA, Hurley MC, Hanel RA, Levy EI, Nichols CW, Ringer AJ, Batjer HH, Bendok BR. External carotid artery stenting to treat patients with symptomatic ipsilateral internal carotid artery occlusion: a multicenter case series. Neurosurgery. 2010 Aug;67(2):314-21.
Jones B, Morales H, Abruzzo T, Mangano F, Leach J. Documented Development of Dural Arteriovenous Fistula in an Infant Subsequent to Sinus Thrombosis. Neuroradiology. 2010 Mar;52(3):225-9.
Khan SN, Adeoye O, Shutter L, Abruzzo T, Ringer AJ. Intracranial dural sinus thrombosis: novel use of a mechanical thrombectomy catheter and review of management strategies. Clinical Medicine and Research. 2009 Dec;7(4):157-65.
Kocaeli H, Chaalala C, Abruzzo T, Zuccarello M. Results of modern surgical management for posterior cerebral artery aneurysms: seven year experience in the endovascular era. Acta Neurochirurgica. 2009 Dec;151(12):1583-91.Khan SNH, Abruzzo T, Ringer AJ. Successful endovascular reconstruction of acutely ruptured pseudoaneurysm of the vertebral artery, complicated by isolated vertebrobasilar circulation and symptomatic vasospasm. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. 2009 Dec;111(10):868-73.
Christopher G. Anton, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Associate Director, Radiology Residency Program
Assistant Professor, UC Department of Radiology
Christopher G. Anton, MD, received his MD from Marshall University in Huntington, WV. He completed his radiology residency program at Canton Affiliated Hospitals in Canton, OH, and completed a pediatric radiology combined fellowship sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
MD: Marshall University School of Medicine, Huntington, WV, 1993.
Residency: Canton Affiliated Hospitals, NEOUCOM Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program, Canton, OH, 1993-1997.
Fellowship: Cleveland Clinic/Cincinnati Children's Fellowship Program, Cleveland, OH, 1997-1998.
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.
Professor Emeritus, UC Department of Radiology
Use of ultrasound for diagnosing diseases in infants and children; neurologic abnormalities; hypoxic / ischemic injury in the newborn and its sequela
New contrast agents for Doppler ultrasound
Diane S. Babcock, MD, grew up in Cincinnati and received her BA from Cornell University and her MD from Northwestern University Medical School. Her radiology training was at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Babcock was Chief of the Section of Ultrasound from 1978-2000 and was the 1998 Distinguished Scientist at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. She has written the textbook Cranial Ultrasonography of Infants and edited the monograph titled Neonatal and Pediatric Ultrasonography.
Babcock was the 1996 to 1997 President of the Society for Pediatric Radiology (SPR) and is currently the editor of the SPR web site. She is past-member of the Board of Governors and past president of the Pediatric Section of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.
Babcock's special interests are in the use of ultrasound for diagnosing diseases in infants and children's neurologic abnormalities, especially hypoxic / ischemic injury in the newborn and its sequela. She is investigating the use of new contrast agents for Doppler ultrasound.
Babcock has been named the first recipient of the Frederic N. Silverman Endowed Chair in Pediatric Radiology, 1998-2000.
BA: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1966.
MD: Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, 1970.
Internship: Cincinnati General Hospital, Cincinnati, OH, 1971.Residency: Diagnostic Radiology, Cincinnati General Hospital, Cincinnati, OH, 1974.
Diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners, 1971.
Diplomat of the American Board of Radiology, 1975.Certification: Radiology, 1975; American Board of Radiology, Certificate of added Qualifications in Pediatric Radiology, 1995 and 2004.
Squires HJ, Goske, MJ, O’Hara SM, Babcock DS. Competency Based Training: Development of a Curriculum for Radiology Trainees to Teach and Evaluate the Technical Skill Used in the Performance of a Basic Ultrasound Exam. AJR. In press.
Pacharn P, Ying J, Brody AS, Babcock DS. Sonography in the evaluation of acute appendicitis: are negative sonographic findings good enough? J Ultrasound Med. 2010 Dec;29(12): 1749-55.
Babcock DS. Thyroid disease in the pediatric patient: emphasizing imaging with sonography. Pediatr Radiol. 2006;36(4): p. 299-308, quiz 372-3.
Toepfer NJ, et al. Aortic Pseudothrombus: A Sonographic Artifact in the Abdominal Aorta. Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. 2006;22(March/April): p. 131-134.
Haller JO, et al. Early history of pediatric ultrasound (circa 1960-1985). J Ultrasound Med, 2004;23(3): p. 323-9.
Welch ST, Babcock DS, Ballard ET. Sonography of pediatric male breast masses: gynecomastia and beyond. Pediatr Radiol. 2004;34:952-7.
Babcock DS. Sonography of the Acute Abdomen in the Pediatric Patient. J Ultrasound Med. 2002;21:887-899.
Babcock DS. ACGME Requirements for Pediatric Radiology Training Program. Pediatr Radiol. 2002;32:545-548.
Babcock DS. Pediatric Neurology. Ultrasound Med Biol. 2000 May;26 Suppl 1:S99-S100.
Emery KH, Babcock DS, Borgman AS, Garcia VF. Splenic injury diagnosed with CT: US follow-up and healing rate in children and adolescents. Radiology. 1999;212:515-518.
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.
Neuroradiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Research Consultant, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
UC Department of Pediatrics, UC Department of Biomedical Engineering
William Ball, MD, received his undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Louisiana State University. He is a graduate of Tulane Medical School, and is board certified in both pediatrics and radiology with added certification in Neuroradiology. He joined the faculty in Radiology at Cincinnati Children's in 1984, and became chief of section in Pediatric Neuroradiology, a position he held from 1988-2001.
In 1991, Dr. Ball developed and created the Imaging Research Center (IRC) at Cincinnati Children's, and served as its director from April 1991-2002. As a researcher, Dr. Ball has contributed over 123 scientific contributions to literature, 11 book chapters and was the editor of a complete text Pediatric Neuroradiology that is still in circulation today. He is currently a tenured professor in biomedical engineering, radiology and pediatrics.
Dr. Ball became chair of the newly formed Department of Biomedical Engineering (UCBME) at UC in 2001, a position he held until 2008. In 2008, Dr. Ball returned to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital as full-time attending staff neuroradiologist where he continued his research in pediatric cerebrovascular occlusive disease with a focus on Sickle Cell Disease (SCD). He returned to the university in August of 2011 as interim vice-president for research. He retired from the practice of neuroradiology in December of 2012 to become permanent vice-president for research at the University of Cincinnati. He continues his research in pediatric CVD at Cincinnati Children’s under a multi-institutional grant from NIH in SCD.
Alan S. Brody, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Chief, Thoracic Imaging
Assistant Director of Clinical Research
Dr. Brody completed his fellowship in pediatric radiology in 1987 and then returned to the Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in 1995. Dr. Brody is active in the Department of Radiology of University of Cincinnati as well as Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in clinical care, research, teaching and administration. The primary focus of his clinical duties is pediatric thoracic imaging.
Dr. Brody’s research efforts are focused on the use of CT scanning in the evaluation of cystic fibrosis and diffuse lung disease in children. He began and continues to direct the National Resource Center for Imaging of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Therapeutic Development Network. This center is currently funded by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and by industry sponsors to provide expertise in the use of imaging endpoints for clinical trials. Dr. Brody is a founding member and chair of the imaging committee of the childhood Interstitial Disease Consortium.
Dr. Brody is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is board certified in pediatrics and radiology. He holds a certificate of special qualification in pediatric radiology from the American Board of Radiology. Dr. Brody is a member of multiple national and international medical societies including senior membership in the Society for Thoracic Radiology, and membership in the Fleischner Society. Dr. Brody has been recognized as one of America’s top physicians since 2008.
AB: Biology, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH, 1975.
MD: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, 1980.
Residency: Pediatrics, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 1980-1983; Radiology, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 1983-1986.
Fellowship: Pediatric Radiology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 1986-1987.
Certification: Pediatrics, 1986; Radiology, 1986; Certificate of Additional Qualification in Pediatric Radiology, 1995.
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.
Fetal imaging; body imaging; ultrasound
Maria A. Calvo-Garcia, MD, received her medical degree from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. She completed her residency at Gregorio Maranon University General Hospital, University of Madrid, Spain. She was a staff radiologist at Ambulatorio Moratalaz, Virgen de la Torre Hospital, Madrid, Spain. In 1994 she served as staff radiologist at Badalona Hospital, Badalona, Barcelona, Spain until June 2001 with a 6 month visiting fellowship at Dijkzigt Hospital, Erasmus Univ. of Rotterdam, The Netherlands (Feb 1998-July 1998). She came to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center first as a research assistant in radiology and then as a clinical fellow until 2004, when she became staff.
MD: Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain.
Residency: Radiology, Gregorio Maranon University General Hospital, University of Madrid, Spain, 1990-1993.
Degree of Specialty: Radiology, University of Madrid, Spain, 1993.
Certification: Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 2007; Pediatric Radiology, CAQ American Board of Radiology, 2009.
Pacharn P, Kline-Fath B, Calvo-Garcia, MA, Linam LE, Rubio EI, Salisbury S, Brody AS. Congenital lung lesions: prenatal MRI and postnatal findings. Pediatr Radiol. 2013 Sep;43(9):1136-43.
Calvo-Garcia MA, Kline-Fath, BM, Rubio EI, Merrow AC, Guimaraes CV, Lim FY. Fetal MRI of cloacal exstrophy. Pediatr Radiol. 2013;Mar; 43(5):593-604.
Bischoff A, Calvo-Garcia MA, Baregamian N, Levitt MA, Lim FY, Hall J, Pena A. Prenatal counseling for cloaca and cloacal exstrophy – challenges faced by pediatric surgeons. Pediatr Surg Int. 2012;8:781-8.
Neuman J, Calvo-Garcia MA, Kline-Fath BM, Bitters C, Merrow AC, Guimaraes CV, Lim FY. Prenatal imaging of amniotic band sequence: utility and role of fetal MRI as an adjunct to prenatal US. Pediatr Radiol. 2012;Aug;42(5):544-51.
Frawley KJ, Calvo-Garcia MA, Krueger DA, McMasters RL. ‘Benign’ Ovarian Teratoma and N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor (Nmdar) Encephalitis in a Child. Pediatr Radiol. 2012;42:120-23.
Lee TC, Lim FY, Keswani SG, Frischer JS, Haberman B, Kingma, PS, Habli M, Jaekle RK, Sharp G, Kline-Fath B, Rubio EI, Calvo M. Guimaraes C, Crombleholme TM. Late gestation fetal magnetic resonance imaging-derived total lung volume predicts postnatal survival and need for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation support in isolated congenital diaphragmatic hernia. J Pediatr Surg. 2011;46(6):1165-71.
Calvo-Garcia MA, Kline-Fath BM, Levit MA, Lim FY, Linam LE, Patel,MN, Kraus SJ, Crombleholme TM, Pena A. Fetal MRI Clues to diagnose cloacal malformations. Pediatric Radiol. 2011;41(9):1117-28.
Kline-Fath BM, Calvo-Garcia MA. Prenatal Imaging of Congenital Malformations of the Brain. Semin Ultrasound CT MRI. 2011;32:167-188.
Linam LE, Yu X, Calvo-Garcia MA, Rubio E, Crombleholme TM, Boce K, Kline-Fath BM. Contribution of Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Prenatal Differential Diagnosis of Renal Tumors: Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature. Fetal Diagn Ther. 2010;28:100-8.
Yazici Z, Kline-Fath BM, Tazici B, Rubio E, Calvo-Garcia MA. Congenital dacryocystocele: prenatal MRI findings. Pediatr Radiol. 2010;40: 1868-73.
Calvo-Garcia MA, Kline-Fath BM, Jones BB, Caré MM, Koch BL. Brain malformations associated with epignathus: a clue for the correct prenatal diagnosis. Pediatric Radiol. Sept 2009;39:1369-1372.
Marguerite M. Caré, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Pediatric neuroradiology; imaging of child abuse
Marguerite M. Caré, MD, completed her diagnostic radiology residency at the University of Cincinnati, Department of Radiology in 1997. Dr. Caré began completed her pediatric radiology fellowship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in June of 1998. Dr. Caré completed an additional fellowship year in pediatric neuroradiology in March 2001. She currently works as a pediatric neuroradiologist in the Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging at Cincinnati Children's. Her area of interest and expertise is in the neuroimaging of child abuse.
Dr. Caré received her MD in 1993 from Creighton University, Omaha, NE.
BS: Creighton University, Omaha, NE
MD: Creighton University, Omaha, NE
Residency: Diagnostic Radiology; University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 1993-1997.
Fellowship: Pediatric Radiology; Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 1997-1998; Pediatric Neuroradiology; Cincinnati Children's, Cincinnati, OH 2000-2001.Certification: Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 1997; Certificate of Added Qualification in Pediatric Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 2000.
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.
Spectroscopist, Imaging Research Center
MR spectroscopy and imaging; evaluating the effects of environmental neurotoxicants and radiation
Kim M. Cecil, PhD, received her undergraduate and postgraduate training in chemistry. After a post-doctoral fellowship in magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Cecil joined the Department of Radiology and the Imaging Research Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in 1998. She serves as an imaging research scientist and clinical MR spectroscopist.
In 2000, Kim M. Cecil, PhD, Antonius deGrauw, MD, PhD and Gajja Salomons, PhD, discovered creatine transporter deficiency syndrome, a genetic disorder caused by mutations in the creatine transporter gene (SLC6A8). Male patients demonstrate a significant reduction or absence of creatine in the brain, as indicated by MR spectroscopy. This is an X-linked mental retardation disorder thought to be second only to fragile X in prevalence.
Eric J. Crotty, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Program Director, Pediatric Radiology Fellowship
Pulmonary radiology; cardiac radiology
Eric J. Crotty, PhD, was raised in Cork, Ireland and received his MB, BCh, BAO degree from the University of College Cork, graduating in 1990. Having worked for three years in pediatrics, he undertook a radiology residency program from 1995 to 1999. Subsequently he did a fellowship year in thoracic imaging at Duke University Medical Center, from July 1999 to June 2000, followed by a pediatric radiology fellowship year at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center from July 2000 to June 2001. He later joined the staff at Cincinnati Children's. He currently is the program director of the Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program. His interests include education, and cardio thoracic imaging.
MD: University College Cork, Ireland, 1990.
Residency: Radiology, Cork University Hospital, Ireland.Fellowship in Thoracic Imaging: Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 1999-2000.Fellowship in Pediatric Radiology: Cincinnati Children's, Cincinnati, OH, 2000-2001.Certification: FFRRCSI, 1998; American Board of Radiology, 2005; American Board of Radiology-Pediatrics, 2006.
Kim HK, Crotty E. Bilateral testicular adrenal rests in a boy with congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Dec;40 Suppl 1:25. Kim HK, Crotty E. Post-traumatic osteolysis of the distal clavicle. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 May;40(5):784. Hirsch R, Gottliebson W, Crotty E, Fleck R, Strife J. Computed tomography angiography with three-dimensional reconstruction for pulmonary venous definition in high-risk infants with congenital heart disease. Congenit Heart Dis. 2006 May;1(3):104-10. Brody AS, Crotty EJ. Neuroendocrine cell hyperplasia of infancy (NEHI). Pediatr Radiol. 2006 Dec;36(12):1328. Wansapura J, Fleck R, Crotty E et al. Frequency scouting for cardiac imaging with SSFP at 3 Tesla. Pediatr Radiol. 2006;36(10):1082-1085.
Wansapura J, Gottliebson W, Crotty E, et al. Cyclic variation of T1 in the myocardium at 3 T. Magn Reson Imaging. 2006. 24(7):889-893.
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.
Scientific Director, Imaging Research Center
Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
UC Department of Radiology
Medical imaging as it applies to radiology; cardiology; neonatology; neurology and pulmonary medicine
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.
Division Co-Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging
Pediatric sports medicine; musculoskeletal imaging (MRI)
Kathleen H. Emery, MD, received her BS from Arizona State University and her MD from Loyola-Stritch School of Medicine. After a residency in diagnostic radiology at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL, she completed a fellowship in body imaging at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center and a one-year fellowship in pediatric radiology at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI.
Dr. Emery's special interests are pediatric sports medicine, musculoskeletal imaging (MRI), and integrated body imaging.
Dr. Emery has worked with the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Trauma Team utilizing both ultrasound and body CT to evaluate injuries from motor vehicle accidents.
BS: Psychology, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 1978.
MD: Loyola Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, IL, 1982.
Internship: Internal Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL,1983.Residency: Radiology, Rush Presbyterian, St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL, 1987.Fellowship: Body CT/Ultrasound/MRI, Rush Presbyterian, St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL,1988; Pediatric Radiology, C.S. Mott Hospital, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI,1989.Certification: Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 1987; Pediatric Radiology, CAQ American Board of Radiology-CAQ, 1995; Pediatric Radiology, MOC American Board of Radiology, 2005.
Meyers AB, Kim HK, Emery KH. Elbow plica syndrome: presenting with elbow locking in a pediatric patient. Pediatr Radiol. 2012;42:1263-1266.
Ladd PE, Emery KH, Salisbury SR, Laor, T, Lovel DJ, Bove KE. Juvenile dermatomyositis: correlation of MRI at presentation with clinical outcome. Am J Roentgenol. 2011;197(1):W153-8.
Kim HK, Zbojniewicz AM, Merrow AC, Cheon JE, Kim IO, Emery KH. MR findings of synovial disease in children and young adults: Part 1. Pediatr Radiol. 2011 Apr;41(4):512-524.
Garrett KM, Kim HK, Stanek J, Emery KH. MR findings of primary bone lymphoma in a 15 year old girl: emphasis on diffusion-weighted imaging. Pediatr Radiol. 2011;41:658-662.
Kim HK, Zbojniewicz AM, Merrow AC, Cheon JE, Kim IO, Emery KH. MR findings of synovial disease in children and young adults: Part 2. Pediatr Radiol. 2011;41:512-524.
Kim, HK, Emery KH, Salisbury, SR. Bare Spot of the glenoid fossa in children: incidence and MRI features. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Jul;40(7):1190-1196.
Emery KH. Cross-sectional imaging of pediatric biliary disorders. Pediatr Radiol. 2010; 40:438-441.
Laor T, Ladd PE, Emery KH, Parikh S. Medial Collateral Ligament of the Knee on MR Imaging: Does the Site of Origin Change at Different Ages in Children and Young Adults? J Pediatr Orthop. 2010 Apr-May;30(3):224-30.
Eltomey MA, Donnelly LF, Emery KH, et al. Post Operative Pelvic MRI of Anorectal Malformations. Am J Roentgenol. 2008 Nov;191:1469-1476.
Herbert K, Laor T, Divine J, Emery KH, Wall E. MR Imaging Appearance of Chronic Stress Injury of the Iliac Crest Apophysis in Adolescent Athletes. Am J Roentgenol. 2008 Jun; 190: 1487-1491.
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.
Division Chief, Cardiac MRI
Airway, cardiac and pulmonary imaging
Dr. Fleck did his radiology training while in the Navy. He served his final two years in the Navy as the pediatric radiologist at Naval Medical Center San Diego with additional duty as radiology department head on the hospital ship MERCY. Dr. Fleck came to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in November of 2003 to be a general pediatric radiologist and to develop the cardiac magnetic resonance imaging program. Dr. Fleck is currently the section chief for cardiac imaging and continues clinical cardiac imaging and research.
Much of Dr. Fleck’s research focuses on the cardiopulmonary system with NIH grant support to investigate the use of MRI in evaluating cystic fibrosis and a second grant to use MRI data to create a model of airway collapse in sleep apnea.
Mahmoud M, Jung D, Salisbury S, McAuliffe J, Gunter J, Patino M, Donnelly L, Fleck RJ. Effect of increasing depth of dexmedetomidine and propofol anesthesia on upper airway morphology in children/adolescents with obstructive sleep apnea. J Clin Anesthes. 2013 Nov;25(7):529-41.
Fleck RJ, Mahmoud M, McConnell K, Shott SR, Gutmark E, Amin RS. An Adverse Effect of Positive Airway Pressure on the Upper Airway Documented with Magnetic Resonance Imaging. JAMA Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery. 2013 Jun 1, 139(6):636-8.
Fleck RJ, McPhail G, Szczesniak R, Knowlton JQ, Radhakrishnan R, Clancy JP, Amin RS. Aortopulmonary Collateral Flow in Cystic Fibrosis Assessed with Phase-contrast MRI. Pediatr Radiol. 2013 Oct;43(10):1279-86.
Kim HK, Gottliebson WM, Hor KN, Backeljauw P, Gutmark-Little I, Salisbury SR, Racadio JM, Helton-Skally K, Fleck RJ. Cardiovascular anomalies in Turner Syndrome (TS): Spectrum, prevalence and cardiac MR imaging (CMR) findings in a pediatric and young adult population. AJR. 2011; 196:454-460.
Hagenbuch SC, Gottliebson WG, Wansapura JP, Mazur W, Fleck RJ, Banson DW, Hor KN. Detection of Progressive Cardiac Dysfunction by Serial Evaluation of Circumferential Strain in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Patients. Am J Cardiol. 2010 May 15;105(10):1361-1506.
Wansapura JP, Hor KN, Wojciech Mazur W, Fleck RJ, Hagenbuch SC, Benson DW, Gottliebson WM. Left Ventricular T2 Distribution in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. J Cardiovasc Magn Reson. 2010 Mar;12:14.
Hor KN, Wansapura JP, Markham LW, Mazur W, Cripe LH, Fleck RJ, Benson DW, Gottliebson WM. Circumferential Strain Analysis Identifies Strata of Cardiomyopathy in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: A Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Tagging Study. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2009 Apr; 53(14):1204-10.
Wansapura JP, Fleck RJ, Crotty EC, Gottliebson WM. Frequency scouting for cardiac imaging with SSFP at 3 Tesla. Pediatr Radiol. 2006;36(10):1082-5.
Donnelly LF, Fleck RJ, Pacharn P, Ziegler MA, Fricke BL, Cotton RT. Aberrant Subclavian Artery: Cross Sectional Imaging Findings in Pediatric Patients Referred for Evaluation of Extrinsic Airway Compression. AJR. 2002; 178:1269-1274.
Fleck RJ, Pacharn P, Fricke BL, Ziegler MA, Cotton RT, Donnelly LF. Imaging Findings in Pediatric Patients with Persistent Airway Symptoms Following Surgery for Double Aortic Arch. AJR. 2002; 178:1275-1279.
RO1 Early CF Lung Disease in Humans. Co-Investigator. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Oct 2012-Oct 2016.
RO1 Dynamic Modeling of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Down Syndrome. Co-Principal Investigator. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 2010-2014.
Ohio Third Frontier. Co-Investigator. ODOTECH11. FY 2014.
Prediction of Sleep-Disordered Breathing Based on Airway Anatomy and Flow in Turner Syndrome Patients. Co-Investigator. CREFF. 2013-2014.
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.
Chief, Section of Nuclear Medicine, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Michael J. Gelfand, MD, is chief of the Section of Nuclear Medicine at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
He received his BA from the University of Michigan and his MD from Stanford University. After two years at the National Institutes of Health, he completed residencies in pediatrics at Cincinnati Children's and nuclear medicine at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Dr. Gelfand's research interests include I-123-MIBG imaging of neuroblastoma, new applications of hybrid imaging (PET/CT, SPECT/CT, PET/MRI) in pediatrics, and radiation dose reduction in nuclear medicine and hybrid imaging.
Dr. Gelfand has served as president of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, and served on the board of directors of that organization for 10 years.
Dr. Gelfand co-edited the textbooks Effective Use of Computers in Nuclear Medicine and Pediatric Nuclear Imaging. His publications include 126 journal articles and 31 book chapters. He has been an invited lecturer or visiting professor in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Argentina, Brazil, Japan and Australia.
Gelfand MJ, Parisi MT, Treves ST. Pediatric Radiopharmaceutical Administered Doses: 2010 North American Consensus Guidelines. J Nucl Med. 2011 Jan 13.
Seo JH, Holland K, Rose D, Rozhkov L, Fujiwara H, Byars A, Arthur T, Degrauw T, Leach JL, Gelfand MJ, Miles L, Mangano FT, Horn P, Lee KH. Multimodality imaging in the surgical treatment of children with nonlesional epilepsy. Neurology. 2011 Jan 4;76(1):41-8.
Wagner LM, Gelfand MJ, Laor T, Ryckman FC, Al-Ghawi H, Bove KE. A Welcome Surprise: Nodular Fasciitis Presenting as Soft Tissue Sarcoma. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 2010 Oct 21.
Gelfand MJ. Dose reduction in pediatric hybrid and planar imaging. Q J Nucl Med Mol Imaging. 2010 Aug;54(4):379-88.
Sharp SE, Shulkin BL, Gelfand MJ, Salisbury S, Furman WL. 123I-MIBG scintigraphy and 18F-FDG PET in neuroblastoma. J Nucl Med. 2009 Aug;50(8):1237-43.
Young LR, Franz DN, Nagarkatte P, Fletcher CD, Wikenheiser-Brokamp KA, Galsky MD, Corbridge TC, Lam AP, Gelfand MJ, McCormack FX. Utility of [18F]2-fluoro-2-deoxyglucose-PET in sporadic and tuberous sclerosis-associated lymphangioleiomyomatosis. Chest. 2009 Sep;136(3):926-33.
Gelfand MJ. Dosimetry of FDG PET/CT and other molecular imaging applications in pediatric patients. Pediatr Radiol. 2009 Feb;39 Suppl 1:S46-56
Gelfand MJ, Gruppo RA, Nasser MP. Ventilation-perfusion scintigraphy in children and adolescents is associated with a low rate of indeterminate studies. Clin Nucl Med. 2008 Sep;33(9):606-9.
Gelfand MJ, Lemen LC. PET/CT and SPECT/CT dosimetry in children: the challenge to the pediatric imager. Semin Nucl Med. 2007 Sep;37(5):391-8. Review.
Wu SW, Graham B, Gelfand MJ, Gruppo RE, Dinopolous A, Gilbert DL. Clinical and positron emission tomography findings of chorea associated with primary antiphospholipid antibody syndrome. Mov Disord. 2007 Sep 15;22(12):1813-5.
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.
Senior Imaging Research Engineer, Imaging Research Center
Instructor, UC Department of Radiology
High channel MRI imaging
Randy Giaquinto currently holds 16 patents, and over 60 publications related to MRI Imaging. Prior to coming to Cincinnati Children's, he was a principle RF coil designer for GE Global Research Center for 30 years. Randy Giaquinto recently accepted a senior RF imaging engineering position at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in July 2010.
Arunachalam A, Whitt D, Fish K, Giaquinto R, Piel J, Watkins R, Hancu I. Accelerated spectroscopic imaging of hyperpolarized C-13 pyruvate using SENSE parallel imaging. NMR Biomed. 2009 Oct;22(8):867-73.
Hardy CJ, Giaquinto RO, Piel JE, Rohling KW, Marinelli L, Blezek DJ, Fiveland EW, Darrow RD, Foo TK. 128-channel body MRI with a flexible high-density receiver-coil array. J Magn Reson Imaging. 2008 Nov;28(5):1219-25.
Niendorf T, Hardy CJ, Giaquinto RO, Gross P, Cline HE, Zhu Y, Kenwood G, Cohen S, Grant AK, Joshi S, Rofsky NM, Sodickson DK. Toward single breath-hold whole-heart coverage coronary MRA using highly accelerated parallel imaging with a 32-channel MR system. Magn Reson Med. 2006 Jul;56(1):167-76.
Hardy CJ, Cline HE, Giaquinto RO, Niendorf T, Grant AK, Sodickson DK. 32-element receiver-coil array for cardiac imaging. Magn Reson Med. 2006 May;55(5):1142-9.
Ohliger MA, Greenman RL, Giaquinto R, McKenzie CA, Wiggins G, Sodickson DK. Concentric coil arrays for parallel MRI. Magn Reson Med. 2005 Nov;54(5):1248-60.
Sodickson DK, Hardy CJ, Zhu Y, Giaquinto RO, Gross P, Kenwood G, Niendorf T, Lejay H, McKenzie CA, Ohliger MA, Grant AK, Rofsky NM. Rapid volumetric MRI using parallel imaging with order-of-magnitude accelerations and a 32-element RF coil array: feasibility and implications. Acad Radiol. 2005 May;12(5):626-35.
Lian J, Xing L, Hunjan S, Dumoulin C, Levin J, Lo A, Watkins R, Rohling K, Giaquinto R, Kim D, Spielman D, Daniel B. Mapping of the prostate in endorectal coil-based MRI/MRSI and CT: a deformable registration and validation study. Med Phys. 2004 Nov;31(11):3087-94.
Zhu Y, Hardy CJ, Sodickson DK, Giaquinto RO, Dumoulin CL, Kenwood G, Niendorf T, Lejay H, McKenzie CA, Ohliger MA, Rofsky NM. Highly parallel volumetric imaging with a 32-element RF coil array. Magn Reson Med. 2004 Oct;52(4):869-77.
Hardy CJ, Darrow RD, Saranathan M, Giaquinto RO, Zhu Y, Dumoulin CL, Bottomley PA. Large field-of-view real-time MRI with a 32-channel system. Magn Reson Med. 2004 Oct;52(4):878-84.
Lee RF, Giaquinto RO, Hardy CJ. Coupling and decoupling theory and its application to the MRI phased array. Magn Reson Med. 2002 Jul;48(1):203-13.
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.
Chair, Educational Council
Goske MJ, Applegate, KE, Frush DP, Hernanz Schulman M, Morrison G. Letter to the Editor- RE: Radiation exposure from CT scans in childhood and subsequent risk of leukaemia and brain tumours: a retrospective cohort study by Pearce MS, Salotti JA, Little MP, McHugh K, Lee C et al. Lancet. Nov:380: 1713-1790.
Goske MJ, Strauss KJ, Coombs LP, Mandel KE, Towbin AJ, Larson DB, Callahan MJ, Darge K, Podberesky DJ, Frush DP, Westra SJ, Prince JS. Diagnostic Reference Ranges for Pediatric Abdominal CT. Radiology. 2013 July;268 (1):208-218.
Goske MJ, Applegate K, Bulas D, Butler P, Callahan M, et al. Image Gently® Five Years Later: What goals remain to be accomplished in radiation protection for children? AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012 Sep;199(3):477-9.
Goske MJ, Applegate KE, Rehani MM, Perez M. Large Scale Quality Improvement for Radiation Protection of Children Worldwide: Lessons from the Past Applied to the Present. (Invited paper). AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012 May;198(5):992-5.
Goske MJ, Applegate KE, Bulas D, et al. Approaches to promotion and implementation of action on radiation protection for children(Running Title: Radiation protection for children). Radiat Prot Dosimetry. 2011 Sep;147(1-2):137-141.
Goske MJ. Getting it right: are regulation and registries for CT radiation dose in children the answer?Pediatr Radiol. 2011 Sep;41 Suppl 2:S567 - 70.
Goske MJ, Charkot E, Herrmann T, John S, Mills T, Morrison G, Smith SN. Image Gently: challenges for radiologic technologists when performing digital radiography in children. Pediatr Radiol. 2011 May; 41(5) 611-19.
Goske MJ, Applegate KE, Butler PF, Frush DP, Morrison G, Strauss KJ. Image Gently: partnerships to promote radiation protection for children worldwide. Pediatr Radiol. 2011; 41 Suppl 1: S207-209 (not peer-reviewed).
Goske MJ, Applegate KE, Bulas D, et al on behalf of the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging. Image Gently: Progress and Challenges in CT Education and Advocacy. Pediatr Radiol. 2011 Feb; 41 Suppl 2:S461-6.
Kathy J. Helton-Skally, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
is researching MRI and the pediatric female pelvis.
Kathy J. Helton-Skally, MD, received her medical degree at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine. Upon completion of her residency at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Helton continued her training at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in the Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Program. After completion of her fellowship, Dr. Helton joined the faculty at LeBonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis for 1.5 years before coming back to Cincinnati Children’s.
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.
Director, Pediatric Neuroimaging Research Consortium
Director, Research in Patient Services
Director, Reading and Literacy Discovery Center
Advanced neuroimaging applications of MRI in pediatrics; functional MRI of language, hearing and neuroplasticity following brain injury; brain development.
Scott Holland is a physicist by training with a BS (1980) in Physics from Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA. and an MS (1982) and PhD (1985) in Engineering and Applied Science from Yale University.
After a year (1985-86) as a Research Engineer with the Electromagnetic Sciences Laboratory at Stanford Research Institute (SRI International), Menlo Park, CA, Scott returned to the Yale School of Medicine as a post-doctoral fellow (1986-88) and later as an assistant professor (1988-94) of Diagnostic Radiology.
He joined the faculty of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1994 as associate professor of Radiology and Pediatrics and served as scientific director of the Imaging Research Center at Children's Hospital Medical Center until 2003.
In 2005 he founded the Pediatric Neuroimaging Research Consortium with the Department of Pediatric Radiology and the Divisions of Neurosurgery, Neurology, Psychiatry and Biostatistics at Cincinnati Children's. The PNRC continues to grow and currently consists of 8 full-time faculty members engaged in research using a broad range of neuroimaging techniques to study the developing brain under the influence of diseases of childhood. From 2009 to 2013, Scott led the Communication Sciences Research Center as its founding director. Currently he is serving as director of the new Division of Research in Patient Services.
His research currently focuses on pediatric neuroimaging applications of MRI, MEG and EEG methods; including perfusion MRI, functional MRI, and image processing methods, to study development of the neural circuitry of hearing, language, speech and reading capabilities through childhood. His discoveries regarding changes in brain activity and connectivity during typical childhood development and under the influence of neurological disorders have been influential in our understanding of neuroplasticity and reorganization of the developing brain in response to injury.
Res Hafeman DM, Bebko G, Bertocci MA, Fournier JC, Bonar L, Holland SK, Phillips ML. Abnormal Deactivation of the Inferior Frontal Gyrus During Implicit Emotion Processing in Youth with Bipolar Disorder: Attenuated by Medication. J Psychiatr Res. 2014;58:129-136.
Horowitz-Kraus T, Cicchino N, Amiel M, Holland SK, Breznitz Z. Reading Improvement in English- and Hebrew-Speaking Children with Reading Difficulties after Reading Acceleration Training. Ann Dyslexia. 2014;64(3):183-201.
Jacola LM, Byars AW, Hickey F, Vannest J, Holland SK, Schapiro MB. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Story Listening in Adolescents and Young Adults with Down Syndrome: Evidence for Atypical Neurodevelopment. J Intellect Disabil. 2014;58(10):892-902.
Bertocci MA, Bebko G, Olino T, Fournier J, Hinze AK, Bonar L, Phillips ML. Behavioral and Emotional Dysregulation Trajectories Marked by Prefrontal-Amygdala Function in Symptomatic Youth. Psychol Med. 2014;44(12),:2603-2615.
Horowitz-Kraus T, Wang Y, Plante E, Holland SK. Involvement of the Right Hemisphere in Reading Comprehension: A Dti Study. Brain Res. 2014;1582:34-44.
Schmithorst VJ, Vannest J, Lee G, Hernandez-Garcia L, Plante E, Rajagopal A, The CMIND Authorship Consortium. Evidence That Neurovascular Coupling Underlying the Bold Effect Increases with Age During Childhood. Hum Brain Mapp. 2014.
Vannest J, Rajagopal A, Cicchino ND, Franks-Henry J, Simpson SM, Lee G, The CMIND Authorship Consortium. Factors Determining Success of Awake and Asleep Magnetic Resonance Imaging Scans in Nonsedated Children. Neuropediatrics. 2014.
*Farah R, Schmithorst VJ, Keith RW, Holland SK. Altered White Matter Microstructure Underlies Listening Difficulties in Children Suspected of Auditory Processing Disorders: A Dti Study. Brain and Behavior. 2014;4(4):531-543.
Rajagopal A, Byars A, Schapiro M, Lee GR, Holland SK. Success Rates for Functional MR Imaging in Children. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2014.
Wilke M, Rose DF, Holland SK, Leach JL. Multidimensional Morphometric 3d MRI Analyses for Detecting Brain Abnormalities in Children: Impact of Control Population. Hum Brain Mapp. 2014;35(7):3199-3215.
Reading & Literacy Discovery Center Tier 3. Principal Investigator. Schroth Charitable Trust. Jan 14 - Dec 16.
Developing a Reading and Literacy Discovery Center. Principal Investigator. Farmer Family Foundation. Nov 13 - Jun 15.
Developing a Reading and Literacy Discovery Center. Principal Investigator. Fischer Family Foundation. Jan 13 - Dec 15.
Structural and Network-Function Correlates of Fragmented Early Life Across Species. Consultant. National Institutes of Health. Jun 13 - Apr 18. 1P50MH096889-01.
Longitudinal Assessment of Manic Symptoms 2 (LAMS2). Collaborator. National Institutes of Health. Oct 10 - Sept 15. R01- MH073816.
Imaging the Effect of Centrotemporal Spikes and Seizures on Language in Children. Collaborator. National Institutes of Health. Jul 11 - Jun 16. R01 NS065840-01A1.
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.
Medical Director, Vascular Access Team
Interventional Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Body imaging; vascular / interventional radiology
Neil D. Johnson, MD, grew up in Australia and received his MD equivalent MBBS from Melbourne University. His pediatric training was at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne with a diagnostic radiology residency at Royal Melbourne Hospital. Dr. Johnson completed a fellowship in pediatric radiology at the University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY.
Dr. Johnson's particular interests are body imaging and vascular / interventional radiology. His technical expertise in performing interventional studies in children is recognized by his surgical colleagues. His basic computer interests and knowledge have been the key to the department's networks, and he is the physician leader for the PACS implementation.
Towbin AJ, Hall S, Moskovitz J, Johnson ND, Donnelly LF. Creating a comprehensive customer service program to help convey critical and acute results of radiology studies. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2011 Jan;196(1):W48-51.
Johnson ND. Teleradiology 2010: technical and organizational issues. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Jun;40(6):1052-5.
Johnson ND, Racadio JM. IR challenges in the MSK system. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Apr;40(4):474-7. Review.
Goske MJ, Applegate KE, Bell C, Boylan J, Bulas D, Butler P, Callahan MJ, Coley BD, Farley S, Frush DP, McElveny C, Hernanz-Schulman M, Johnson ND, Kaste SC, Morrison G, Strauss KJ. Image Gently: providing practical educational tools and advocacy to accelerate radiation protection for children worldwide. Semin Ultrasound CT MR. 2010 Feb;31(1):57-63.
Hu B, Johnson ND, Racadio J, Bear BA. Exchange of an occluded nasojejunal tube facilitated by angioplasty balloon-induced rupture. Pediatr Radiol. 2009 Aug;39(8):832-5.
Goske MJ, Applegate KE, Boylan J, Butler PF, Callahan MJ, Coley BD, Farley S, Frush DP, Hernanz-Schulman M, Jaramillo D, Johnson ND, Kaste SC, Morrison G, Strauss KJ; Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging. Image Gently(SM): a national education and communication campaign in radiology using the science of social marketing. J Am Coll Radiol. 2008 Dec;5(12):1200-5.
Sheyn DD, Racadio JM, Ying J, Patel MN, Racadio JM, Johnson ND. Efficacy of a radiation safety education initiative in reducing radiation exposure in the pediatric IR suite. Pediatr Radiol. 2008 Jun;38(6):669-74.
Goske MJ, Applegate KE, Boylan J, Butler PF, Callahan MJ, Coley BD, Farley S, Frush DP, Hernanz-Schulman M, Jaramillo D, Johnson ND, Kaste SC, Morrison G, Strauss KJ, Tuggle N. The 'Image Gently' campaign: increasing CT radiation dose awareness through a national education and awareness program. Pediatr Radiol. 2008 Mar;38(3):265-9.
Stehr W, Farrell MK, Lucky AW, Johnson ND, Racadio JM, Azizkhan RG. Non-endoscopic percutaneous gastrostomy placement in children with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. Pediatr Surg Int. 2008 Mar;24(3):349-54.
Racadio JM, Babic D, Homan R, Rampton JW, Patel MN, Racadio JM, Johnson ND. Live 3D guidance in the interventional radiology suite. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2007 Dec;189(6):W357-64. Review.
Blaise V. Jones, MD Chief, Neuroradiology
is interested in brain neoplasms and cerebrovascular diseases.
Associate Director for Clinical Operations
Medical Director, MRI
Pediatric neuroradiology; cerebrovascular disease; neuro-oncology
Blaise V. Jones, MD, completed his undergraduate work at Duke University in 1984 and received his MD from Georgetown University in 1988. Dr. Jones did his radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Cincinnati and a pediatric neuroradiology fellowship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Dr. Jones was an assistant professor of radiology and pediatrics and section chief of MR imaging at the M.S. Hershey Center of the Penn State University School of Medicine before joining the pediatric neuroradiology faculty at Cincinnati Children's.
He is past president of the American Society for Pediatric Neuroradiology and former chair of the Pediatric Neuroradiology Committee of the Society for Pediatric Radiology. He is an examiner for the American Board of Radiology in Neuroradiology.
Phillips CL, Miles L, Jones BV, Sutton M, Crone K, Fouladi M. Medulloblastoma with melanotic differentiation: case report and review of the literature. J Neurooncol. 2010 Oct 16.
Donnelly LF, Gessner KE, Dickerson JM, Koch BL, Towbin AJ, Lehkamp TW, Moskovitz J, Brody AS, Dumoulin CL, Jones BV. Quality initiatives: department scorecard: a tool to help drive imaging care delivery performance. Radiographics. 2010 Nov;30(7):2029-38.
Air EL, Yuan W, Holland SK, Jones BV, Bierbrauer K, Altaye M, Mangano FT. Longitudinal comparison of pre- and postoperative diffusion tensor imaging parameters in young children with hydrocephalus. J Neurosurg Pediatr. 2010 Apr;5(4):385-91.
Morales H, Jones BV, Leach JL, Abruzzo TA. Documented development of a dural arteriovenous fistula in an infant subsequent to sinus thrombosis: case report and review of the literature. Neuroradiology. 2010 Mar;52(3):225-9. Review.
Yuan W, Mangano FT, Air EL, Holland SK, Jones BV, Altaye M, Bierbrauer K. Anisotropic diffusion properties in infants with hydrocephalus: a diffusion tensor imaging study. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2009 Oct;30(9):1792-8.
Stevens J, Leach JL, Abruzzo T, Jones BV. De novo cerebral arteriovenous malformation: case report and literature review. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2009 Jan;30(1):111-2.
Leach JL, Meyer K, Jones BV, Tomsick TA. Large arachnoid granulations involving the dorsal superior sagittal sinus: findings on MR imaging and MR venography. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2008 Aug;29(7):1335-9. Review.
Yuan W, Holland SK, Jones BV, Crone K, Mangano FT. Characterization of abnormal diffusion properties of supratentorial brain tumors: a preliminary diffusion tensor imaging study. J Neurosurg Pediatr. 2008 Apr;1(4):263-9.
Karunanayaka PR, Holland SK, Yuan W, Altaye M, Jones BV, Michaud LJ, Walz NC, Wade SL. Neural substrate differences in language networks and associated language-related behavioral impairments in children with TBI: a preliminary fMRI investigation. NeuroRehabilitation. 2007;22(5):355-69.
Yuan W, Holland SK, Schmithorst VJ, Walz NC, Cecil KM, Jones BV, Karunanayaka P, Michaud L, Wade SL. Diffusion tensor MR imaging reveals persistent white matter alteration after traumatic brain injury experienced during early childhood. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2007 Nov-Dec;28(10):1919-25.
Hee K. Kim, MD Radiologist, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
focuses on pediatric musculoskeletal disease.
Pediatric musculoskeletal disease
Hee K. Kim, MD, received her medical training in Seoul, Korea, at Korea University College of Medicine, where she also completed a Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology. Dr. Kim continued her fellowship training at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in pediatric radiology and body MR and cardiovascular imaging. She has a special interest in research focusing on pediatric musculoskeletal disease.
MD: Korea University College of Medicine, Guro Hospital, Seoul, Korea, 1999.MA: Korea University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea, 2004.Residency: Resident in Radiology, Guro Hospital, Korea University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.
Certification: American Board of Radiology, July 2012.
Kim HK, Gottliebson W, Hor K, Backeljauw P, Gutmark-Little I, Salisbury SR, Racadio JM, Helton-Skally K, Fleck R. Cardiovascular anomalies in turner syndrome: spectrum, prevalence, and cardiac MRI findings in a pediatric and young adult population. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2011 Feb;196(2):454-60.
Garrett KM, Kim HK, Stanek J, Emery KH. MR findings of primary bone lymphoma in a 15-year-old girl: emphasis on diffusion-weighted imaging. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Nov 13.
Kim HK, Crotty E. Bilateral testicular adrenal rests in a boy with congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Dec;40 Suppl 1:S25.
Kim HK, Laor T, Graham TB, Anton CG, Salisbury SR, Racadio JM, Dardzinski BJ. T2 relaxation time changes in distal femoral articular cartilage in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a 3-year longitudinal study. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2010 Oct;195(4):1021-5.
Kim HK, Laor T, Horn PS, Racadio JM, Wong B, Dardzinski BJ. T2 mapping in Duchenne muscular dystrophy: distribution of disease activity and correlation with clinical assessments. Radiology. 2010 Jun;255(3):899-908. Erratum in: Radiology. 2010 Sep;256(3):1016.
Kim HK, Laor T, Horn PS, Wong B. Quantitative assessment of the T2 relaxation time of the gluteus muscles in children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy: a comparative study before and after steroid treatment. Korean J Radiol. 2010 May-Jun;11(3):304-11.
Giannini CM, Kim HK, Mortensen J, Mortensen J, Marsolo K, Huppert J. Culture of non-genital sites increases the detection of gonorrhea in women. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2010 Aug;23(4):246-52.
Kim HK, Emery KH, Salisbury SR. Bare spot of the glenoid fossa in children: incidence and MRI features. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Jul;40(7):1190-6.
Kim HK, Crotty E. Post-traumatic osteolysis of the distal clavicle. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 May;40(5):784.
Kim HK, Laor T. Bilateral congenital cervical spondylolysis. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Jan;40(1):132.
Beth M. Kline-Fath, MD Chief, Fetal Imaging
is interested in fetal MRI, fetal ultrasound and neuroimaging.
Chief, Fetal Imaging
Fetal imaging; pediatric neuroimaging
Beth M. Kline-Fath, MD, received her undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Cincinnati. After completing a residency in radiology at the University of Cincinnati, she completed a fellowship in pediatric radiology at Cincinnati Children’s. Dr. Kline-Fath worked in private practice for several years before returning to Cincinnati Children’s for fellowship training in pediatric neuroradiology.
Since joining the neuroradiology staff, Dr. Kline-Fath has developed the Fetal Imaging Program for the department and is a staff member of the Cincinnati Fetal Center. In addition to general pediatric neuroradiology, her areas of interest include fetal imaging and MR spectroscopy.
Guimaraes CV, Kline-Fath BM, Linam LE, Calvo Garcia MA, Rubio EI, Lim FY. MRI findings in multifetal pregnancies complicated by twin reversed arterial perfusion sequence (TRAP). Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Dec 22.
Yazici Z, Kline-Fath BM, Yazici B, Rubio EI, Calvo-Garcia MA, Linam LE. Congenital dacryocystocele: prenatal MRI findings. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Dec;40(12):1868-73.
Vuletin JF, Lim FY, Cnota J, Kline-Fath B, Salisbury S, Haberman B, Kingma P, Frischer J, Crombleholme T. Prenatal pulmonary hypertension index: novel prenatal predictor of severe postnatal pulmonary artery hypertension in antenatally diagnosed congenital diaphragmatic hernia. J Pediatr Surg. 2010 Apr;45(4):703-8.
Calvo-Garcia MA, Kline-Fath BM, Jones BB, Care MM, Koch BL. Brain malformations associated with epignathus: a clue for the correct prenatal diagnosis. Pediatr Radiol. 2009 Dec;39(12):1369-72.
Guimaraes CV, Linam LE, Kline-Fath BM, Donnelly LF, Calvo-Garcia MA, Rubio EI, Livingston JC, Hopkin RJ, Peach E, Lim FY, Crombleholme TM. Prenatal MRI findings of fetuses with congenital high airway obstruction sequence. Korean J Radiol. 2009 Mar-Apr;10(2):129-34.
Kline-Fath BM, Calvo-Garcia MA, O'Hara SM, Racadio JM. Water imaging (hydrography) in the fetus: the value of a heavily T2-weighted sequence. Pediatr Radiol. 2007 Feb;37(2):133-40.
Kline-Fath BM, Calvo-Garcia MA, O'Hara SM, Crombleholme TM, Racadio JM. Twin-twin transfusion syndrome: cerebral ischemia is not the only fetal MR imaging finding. Pediatr Radiol. 2007 Jan;37(1):47-56.
Bunch PT, Kline-Fath BM, Imhoff SC, Calvo-Garcia MA, Crombleholme TM, Donnelly LF. Allantoic cyst: a prenatal clue to patent urachus. Pediatr Radiol. 2006 Oct;36(10):1090-5.
O'Hara SM, Frush DP, Babcock DS, Lewis AG, Barr LL, Bukowski TP, Kline-Fath BM, Sheldon CA. Doppler contrast sonography for detecting reduced perfusion in experimental ischemia of prepubertal rabbit testes. Acad Radiol. 1996 Apr;3(4):319-24.
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.
Associate Chief, Academic Affairs, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Brain, spine, head and neck imaging
Bernadette L. Koch, MD, grew up in Cincinnati and received her BS and MD degrees from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
After an initial internship, Dr. Koch completed four years of radiology residency at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She then completed a pediatric radiology fellowship and a second year of fellowship in pediatric neuroradiology at Cincinnati Children's.
Dickerson JM, Koch BL, Adams JM, Goodfriend MA, Donnelly LF. Safety coaches in radiology: decreasing human error and minimizing patient harm. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Sep;40(9):1545-51.
Koch BL. Avoiding sedation in pediatric radiology. Pediatr Radiol. 2008 May;38 Suppl 2:S225-6. Review.
Koch BL, Moosbrugger EA, Egelhoff JC. Symptomatic spinal epidural collections after lumbar puncture in children. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2007 Oct;28(9):1811-6.
Koch BL. My Child Has a Neck Mass. In: Neuroradiology Categorical Course Syllabus, American Roentgen Ray Society. Orlando;pp 329-333. 2007.
Koch BL. 26 Diagnoses In: Diagnostic Imaging. Pediatric Neuroradiology. Amirsys, Salt Lake City, 2007.
Khan, JJ, Donnelly LF, Koch BL, Curtwright LA, Dickerson JM, Hardin JL, Hutchinson S, Wright J, Gessner KE. A program to decrease the need for pediatric sedation for CT and MRI. Applied Radiology. 2007 April 30-33.
Koch B, Blackham A, Jones B. Incidental internal carotid artery calcifications on temporal bone CT in children. Pediatr Radiol. Feb 2007;37(2):141-144.
Koch BL. Cystic malformations of the neck in children. Pediatr Radiol. 2005 May;35(5):463-77.
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.
Chief, Radiography and Fluoroscopy
Genitourinary; gastrointestinal imaging in children
Steven Kraus, MD, grew up in New England and received his BS from the University of Hartford, and his MS degree from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Kraus received his MD from the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, and completed a radiology residency at the University of Minnesota Medical Center. He completed a two-year fellowship in pediatric radiology at Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA.
Dr. Kraus is currently the division chief of Radiology and Fluoroscopy at Cincinnati Children's. His special areas of clinical interest are genitourinary and gastrointestinal imaging in children.
Dr. Kraus' research interests include imaging of anorectal malformations, radiologic workup in children with urinary tract infections and outcomes studies in GI and GU radiology. He has particular interest in medical education.
BS: University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT, 1979-1983.
MS: University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, 1983-1987.
MD: Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.
Internship: Transitional Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN, 1992-1993.
Residency: Diagnostic Radiology, University of Minnesota Health Center, Minneapolis, MN, 1993-1997. Fellowship: Chief Fellow, Pediatric Radiology, Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, 1997-1999.Certification: Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 1997; CAQ Pediatric Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 2000.
Garrett KM, Levitt MA, Peña A, Kraus SJ. Contrast Enema Findings in Patients Presenting With Poor Functional Outcome after Primary Repair for Hirschsprung Disease. Pediatr Radiol. 2012 Sept;42(9):1099-1106.
Calvo-Garcia MA, Kline-Fath BM, Levitt MA, Lim FY, Linam LE, Patel MN, Kraus SJ, Crombleholme TM. Fetal MRI clues to diagnose cloacal malformation. Pediatric Radiol. 2011;41(9):1117-1128.
Kraus SJ. Imaging of Vesicoureteral Reflux. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. 2004.
Chand DH, Rhoades T, Poe SA, Kraus SJ Strife CF. Incidence and Severity of Vesicoureteral Reflux in Children Related to Age, Gender, Race and Diagnosis. The Journal of Urology. 2003;170:1548-1550.
Guillerman P, Brody AS, Kraus SJ. Evidence-Based Guidelines for Pediatric Imaging: The example of the Child with Possible Appendicitis. Pediatric Annals. 2002;31(10):629-40.
Kraus SJ. GU Imaging in Children. Pediatric Clinics of North America. 2001; 48:1381-1424.
Garcia-Pena BM, Mandl KD, Kraus SJ, Fischer AC, Lund DP, Taylor GA. Ultrasonography and Limited Computed Tomography in the Diagnosis and Management of Appendicitis in Children. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). 1999 Sep 15; 282(11):1041-1046.
Kraus SJ, Lebowitz RL, Royal SA. Renal calculi in children: imaging features that lead to diagnoses: a pictorial essay. Pediatric Radiology. 1999; 29:624-630.
Kazziha SY, Kraus SJ, Loesser KE, Hess ML. Photosensitizer studies with rose bengal-derived reactive oxygen intermediates on isolated papillary rat heart muscle. FASEB. 1991; 5:A1282 (Abstract).
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.
Co-Section Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging
Musculoskeletal and rheumatic diseases in children; magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); computed tomography (CT)
BA: Brown University, Providence, RI, 1978-1982. MD: Harvard University, Boston, MA, 1982-1986.
Internship: Mt. Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, MA, 1986-1987.Residency: Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, 1987-1991.Fellowships: Chief Fellow, Radiology, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA, 1991-1993.
Diplomate: National Board of Medical Examiners, 1987.Certification: Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 1991; Certificate of Added Qualifications, Pediatric Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 1995; Maintenance of Certification in Pediatric Radiology, American Board of Radiology, 2005.
Suraj S, Laor T, Dwek J, Zbojniewicz A, Carl M. Feasibility of ultrashort TE (UTE) imaging of children at 1.5 T. Pediatr Radiol. 2014 Jan;44(1):103-8.
Laor T, Zbojniewicz AM, Eismann EA, Wall EJ. Juvenile osteochondritis dissecans (OCD): Is it a disturbance of endochondral growth from the secondary physis of the epiphysis? AJR. 2012; 199(5):1121-1128.
Reading BD, Laor T, Salisbury SR, Lippert WC. Cornwall R. Quantification of humeral head deformity following neonatal brachial plexus palsy. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2012 Sep 19; 94(18):e1361-8.
Meyers AB, Laor T, Zbojniewicz AM, Anton CG. MRI of radiographically occult ischial apophyseal avulsions. Pediatr Radiol. 2012.Nov; 42(11):1357-63.
Zbojniewicz AM, Laor T. Focal Periphyseal Edema (FOPE) Zone on MRI of the Adolescent knee: a potentially painful manifestation of physiologic physeal fusion? AJR. 2011; 197(4): 998-1004.
Kim HK, Laor T, Graham TB, Kim DH, Anton CG, Salisbury SR, Racadio JM, Dardzinski BJ. T2 relaxation time changes in distal femoral articular cartilage in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA): A 3-year longitudinal study. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2010; 195(4):1021-5.
Kim HK, Laor T, Horn PS, Racadio JM, Wong B, Dardzinski BJ. T2 relaxation time mapping in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD): distribution of disease activity and correlation with clinical assessments. Radiology. 2010;255(3):899-908.
Laor T, Jaramillo. MR imaging insights into skeletal maturation: what is normal?Radiology. 2009; 250(1):28-38.
Kim HE, Laor T, Shire NJ, Bean JA, Dardzinski BJ. Anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments at different patient ages: MR imaging findings. Radiology. 2008; 247(3):826-835.
Laor T, Wall EJ, Vu L. Physeal widening in the knee due to stress injury in child athletes. AJR 2006;186:1260-1264.
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.
Neuroradiology; advanced imaging in epilepsy; multimodal imaging of brain tumors; imaging of stroke; MRI utilization; quality assurance initiatives for neuroradiologic interpretation
James (Jim) Leach, MD, is a neuroradiologist specializing in pediatric neuroradiology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. He grew up in southeastern Ohio and attended Ohio University majoring in zoology with an emphasis on comparative anatomy. He was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society as a third-year student.
After seeing a clinical conference given by Bob Lukin, MD, then chief of neuroradiology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, he decided on radiology as a career. He was chief resident of radiology in 1994, and fellow in neuroradiology from 1995-1997 at the University of Cincinnati.
After serving as a staff neuroradiologist at the University of Cincinnati, Dr. Leach spent five years in private practice at Margaret Mary Community Hospital in Batesville, Indiana. Dr. Leach returned to the University of Cincinnati in 2003. He was program director for the Radiology Residency Program from 2003-2006. Dr. Leach began his full time career at Cincinnati Children's in September 2007, focusing on pediatric neuroradiology.
Seo JH, Holland K, Rose D, Rozhkov L, Fujiwara H, Byars A, Arthur T, DeGrauw T, Leach JL, Gelfand MJ, Miles L, Mangano FT, Horn P, Lee KH. Multimodality imaging in the surgical treatment of children with nonlesional epilepsy. Neurology. 2011 Jan 4;76(1):41-8.
Greiner H, Leach JL, Lee KH, Krueger DA. Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis presenting with imaging findings and clinical features mimicking Rasmussen syndrome. Seizure. 2010 Dec 9.
Greiner HM, Abruzzo TA, Kabbouche M, Leach JL, Zuccarello M. Rotational vertebral artery occlusion in a child with multiple strokes: a case-based update. Childs Nerv Syst. 2010 Dec;26(12):1669-74.
Guthikonda B, Tobler WD Jr, Froelich SC, Leach JL, Zimmer LA, Theodosopoulos PV, Tew JM Jr, Keller JT. Anatomic study of the prechiasmatic sulcus and its surgical implications. Clin Anat. 2010 Sep;23(6):622-8.
Leung R, Samy RN, Leach JL, Murugappan S, Stredney D, Wiet G. Radiographic anatomy of the infracochlear approach to the petrous apex for computer-assisted surgery. Otol Neurotol. 2010 Apr;31(3):419-23.
Stevenson CB, Leach JL, Gupta A, Crone KR. Cystic degeneration of the cerebellar tonsils in pediatric patients with Chiari Type I malformation. J Neurosurg Pediatr. 2009 Dec;4(6):557-63.
Leach JL, Holland SK. Functional MRI in children: clinical and research applications. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Jan;40(1):31-49. Review.
Theodosopoulos PV, Leach J, Kerr RG, Zimmer LA, Denny AM, Guthikonda B, Froelich S, Tew JM. Maximizing the extent of tumor resection during transsphenoidal surgery for pituitary macroadenomas: can endoscopy replace intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging? J Neurosurg. 2010 Apr;112(4):736-43.
Morales H, Jones BV, Leach JL, Abruzzo TA. Documented development of a dural arteriovenous fistula in an infant subsequent to sinus thrombosis: case report and review of the literature. Neuroradiology. 2010 Mar;52(3):225-9.
Moore MJ, Vagal AS, Strub WM, Leach JL. Reducing the gray zone: imaging spectrum of hypoperfusion and hypoxic brain injury in adults. Emerg Radiol. 2010 Mar;17(2):123-30.
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.
Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy of drug effects; magnetic resonance spectroscopy of metabolic disease; multinuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; pulse sequence design
Shereen A, Nemkul N, Yang D, Adhami F, Dunn RS, Hazen ML, Nakafuku M, Ning G, Lindquist DM, Kuan CY. Ex vivo diffusion tensor imaging and neuropathological correlation in a murine model of hypoxia-ischemia-induced thrombotic stroke. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2010 Dec 8.
Yuan W, Deren KE, McAllister JP 2nd, Holland SK, Lindquist DM, Cancelliere A, Mason M, Shereen A, Hertzler DA, Altaye M, Mangano FT. Diffusion tensor imaging correlates with cytopathology in a rat model of neonatal hydrocephalus. Cerebrospinal Fluid Res. 2010 Nov 5;7:19.
Cecil KM, Dietrich KN, Altaye M, Egelhoff JC, Lindquist DM, Brubaker CJ, Lanphear BP. Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Adults with Childhood Lead Exposure. Environ Health Perspect. 2010 Oct 13.
Brubaker CJ, Schmithorst VJ, Haynes EN, Dietrich KN, Egelhoff JC, Lindquist DM, Lanphear BP, Cecil KM. Altered myelination and axonal integrity in adults with childhood lead exposure: a diffusion tensor imaging study. Neurotoxicology. 2009 Nov;30(6):867-75.
Yang D, Nemkul N, Shereen A, Jone A, Dunn RS, Lawrence DA, Lindquist D, Kuan CY. Therapeutic administration of plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 prevents hypoxic-ischemic brain injury in newborns. J Neurosci. 2009 Jul 8;29(27):8669-74.
McNamara RK, Able J, Jandacek R, Rider T, Tso P, Lindquist DM. Perinatal n-3 fatty acid deficiency selectively reduces myo-inositol levels in the adult rat PFC: an in vivo (1)H-MRS study. J Lipid Res. 2009 Mar;50(3):405-11.
Lindquist D. Science to Practice: What can phosphorus MRS tell us about muscle disease? Radiology. 2008 247:1-2.
Lindquist D. What can 31P MR spectroscopy tell us about muscle disease? Radiology. 2008 Apr;247(1):1-2.
Lindquist D. Science to Practice: Is there a role for MR imaging in monitoring gene therapy response? Radiology. 2007 Jun;243(3):611-2.
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.
Emeritus, UC Department of Radiology
Bone radiology; conventional radiology
Alan E. Oestreich, MD, received his AB from Princeton University and his MD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Dr. Oestreich's radiology training was at Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester. Dr. Oestreich is in charge of the teaching program for fourth-year medical students. His special areas of interest include orthopaedic radiology, metabolic disease, dysphasia, conventional pediatric radiology, perception, as well as mathematical applications in radiology.
Dr. Oestreich is co-author of the textbook Atlas of Pediatric Orthopaedic Radiology, author of Pediatric Radiology -- Medical Outline Series, and serves as Pediatric Radiology editor for Yearbook of Diagnostic Radiology.
Oestreich AE. Early radiology and the National Medical Association. J Natl Med Assoc. 2011 Jan;103(1):46-9.
Oestreich AE. Umbilical vein catheterization -- appropriate and inappropriate placement. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Dec;40(12):1941-9.
Oestreich AE. Scenes from the past: "Skeeter": Harlem Renaissance author's description of a young man's impression of a radiology examination room. Radiographics. 2010 Sep;30(5):1411-4.
Oestreich AE, Stanek JW. Preautopsy imaging in cerebro-costo-mandibular syndrome. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Dec;40 Suppl 1:S50.
Oestreich AE. Systematic evaluation of bone dysplasias by the paediatric radiologist. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Jun;40(6):975-7.
Oestreich AE, Bhojwani N. Stress fractures of ankle and wrist in childhood: nature and frequency. Pediatr Radiol. 2010 Aug;40(8):1387-9.
Oestreich AE. Letter to the Editors. Skeletal Radiol. 2010 Jan 9.
Donnelly LF, O'Hara SM, Oestreich AE, Rogers LF, Brogdon BG. Interaction between academic radiology and the news media: a potentially powerful and unpredictable process -- five stories. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2009 May;192(5):1382-7.
Oestreich AE. Worldwide survey of damage from swallowing multiple magnets. Pediatr Radiol. 2009 Feb;39(2):142-7.
Oestreich AE. The usefulness of magnification in postgastric magnetopathy. Pediatr Radiol. 2007 Dec;37(12):1268-9.
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.
Chief, Section of Ultrasound
Genitourinary and oncologic imaging; ultrasound
Sara (Sally) O'Hara, MD, grew up in a small coastal town south of Boston, MA. She received her BS in chemistry and physics from Georgetown University, Washington, DC, in 1984, and her MD degree from Georgetown, in 1988.
Dr. O'Hara completed a rotating internship year at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, OH, and completed her radiology residency at the University of Cincinnati in 1993 as chief resident.
Dr. O'Hara focused her training in Pediatric Radiology during a fellowship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. After completing her fellowship, she spent several additional months of training in nuclear medicine at DC Children's Hospital.
Dr. O'Hara worked for five years at Duke University Medical Center, NC, in charge of pediatric nuclear medicine, but she was also involved in all imaging modalities and several research projects. Her interests include pediatric imaging, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and advanced ultrasound techniques.
BS: Georgetown University College of Arts and Sciences, Washington, DC, 1980-1984.
MD: Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 1984-1988. Internship: Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, OH, 1988-1989. Residency: Diagnostic Radiology, Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, DC, 1989-1990; Diagnostic Radiology, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 1990-1993. Fellowship: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 1993-1994.
Diplomate: National Board of Medical Examiners, 1989.Certification: American Board of Radiology, 1993; Certificate of Added Qualifications, Pediatric Radiology, 1995.
Gelfand MJ, O’Hara SM, Curtwright, LA, MacLean, JR. Erratum to: Pre-Medication to Block [18 F] FDG Uptake in the Brown Adipose Tissue of Pediatric and Adolescent Patients. Pediatric Radiology. 2011;41(4):542.
Larson DB, Meyers ML, O’Hara SM. Reliability of ultrasound renal length measurements compared to measurements from helical CT multi-planar reformat images. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2011;196(5):W592-7.
Donnelly, LF, O’Hara SM, Oestreich AE, et al. Interaction Between Academic Radiology and the News Media: A Potentially Powerful and Unpredictable Process – Five Stories. AM J Roentgenol. 2009 May;192(5):1382-7.
Calvo-Garcia MA, O’Hara SM, Campbell KM, Strife CF, Mitsnefes MM, Khoury P. Acquired Renal Cysts after Pediatric Liver Transplantation: Association with Cyclosporine and Renal Dysfunction. Pediatr Transplant. 2008 Sept;12(6):666-71.
Browne LP, Boswell HP, Birkemeier KL, O’Hara SM, Crotty EJ, Guillerman RP. Van Wyk and Grumbach Syndrome Revisited. Pediatr Radiol. 2008 May;38(5):538-542.
Linam LE, Darolia R, Naffaa LN, Breech LL, O’Hara SM, Hillard PJ, Huppert JS. Ultrasound findings of adnexal torsion in the pediatric and adolescent population: size really does matter. Pediatr Radiol. 2007 Oct;37(10):1013-1019.
Kline-Fath BA, Calvo-Garcia MA, O’Hara SM, Racadio JM. Water imaging (hydrography) in the fetus: the value of a heavily T2-weight sequence. Pediatr Radiol. 2007;37(2):133-140.
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.
Dr. Manish Patel, DO, has helped to expand the treatment options for high flow vascular malformations. Dr. Patel is a pediatric interventional radiologist and an associate professor of radiology. Additionally, he works as director of daily operations in the Interventional Radiology team and as the associate fellowship director of the pediatric radiology fellowship program. Dr. Patel obtained his DO degree from the University of Health Sciences – College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed his residency at University of Missouri Kansas City, and completed his fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. His key interests are pediatric interventional radiology, vascular access, and vascular malformations. He is currently working on research of the effects of rapamycin on VMs as well as treatment options for high flow lesions.
Sheyn DD, Racadio JM, Racadio JM, Patel MN, Kukreja K, Rampton JW, Johnson ND. Use of an Amplatz Dilator to Facilitate Transrectal Abscess Drainage in Children. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2011 Feb 18.
Sheyn DD, Racadio JM, Ying J, Patel MN, Racadio JM, Johnson ND. Efficacy of a radiation safety education initiative in reducing radiation exposure in the pediatric IR suite. Pediatr Radiol. 2008 Jun;38(6):669-74.
John M. Racadio, MD Division Chief, Interventional Radiology, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
is the division chief of pediatric interventional radiology (IR) and the director of the IR research lab. Research interests include developing image guided minimally invasive techniques to treat a wide range of pediatric diseases. Additional interests include development of x-ray dose lowering IR protocols for pediatric patients. He is also interested in pediatric applications of MRI guided High Intensity Focused Ultrasound ablation (HIFU).
Division Chief, Interventional Radiology, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Vascular access; gastrointestinal interventional radiology
John Racadio, MD, has been practicing interventional radiology (IR) for 14 years and has been the division chief of interventional radiology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center for the past 11 years. He has expertise in performing a wide range of vascular procedures including angiography, angioplasty, embolization, vascular access, and thrombolysis in patients ranging from 500g to 150kg.
He is also the director of the interventional radiology research lab, which is part of the Department of Radiology Imaging Research Center (IRC). This state-of-the-art IR lab, which is identical to our clinical IR labs, possesses cutting edge digital flat detector technology including 3-D rotational angiography (3DRA), 3-D Roadmapping, and C-arm cone beam CT. These features provide superior image quality for digital subtraction angiography, 3-D angiography reconstruction, and “CT-like” imaging. Lab support staff includes RT(R) licensed IR technologists, and an IR lab manager. The long term goal of the IR research lab is to develop new image guided interventional procedures and imaging techniques and protocols to improve clinical outcomes. Having an IR research lab identical to our IR clinical labs facilitates translation of lab results into clinical practice.
BS: Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, 1987.
MD: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 1992.
Residency: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH,