Kevin M Johnson MD

Associate Professor of Diagnostic Radiology; Chief of Diagnostic Imaging, Yale Health Center

Biographical Info

My recent work has been in noninvasive imaging of coronary atherosclerotic plaque using computed tomography angiography. For example, we have correlated various measures of disease burden with the Framingham risk scores. Our present project is to obtain clinical follow-up on a cohort of almost 7000 patients in order to find those imaging features most predictive of coronary events.


Education & Training

B.A.
University of Pennsylvania (1974)
M.S.
University of Virginia (1977)
M.D.
Temple University (1981)
Resident
Yale-New Haven Hospital, Diagnostic Radiology
Fellow
North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Diagnostic Radiology
Fellow
Yale-New Haven Hospital, Diagnostic Radiology
Board Certification
Radiology, Diagnostic, Board Certified  (1985)

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