The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at Yale University is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. To promote and sustain an inclusive culture in which differences spur the development of novel solutions to meet the needs of our patients and staff members. Our department aims to foster a culture that values, accepts, and embraces all of its members. We welcome people from all walks of life, value our differences, and celebrate our similarities. We work to achieve that every member of our community feels valued and inspired to excel in patient care, research, education, and well-being.
- Over the coming year, a Radiology diversity committee and department leadership will work to strengthen our cultural competency by launching diversity education and culture sharing sessions.
- Continue to diversify our department by recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and by being purposeful about diversity and inclusion during the trainee recruitment process.
- To strengthen the department's sense of community by organizing a community activity that includes representatives from each departmental section, trainee group, and staff group, so that everyone feels valued, engaged, and supported.
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Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology and Biomedical Imaging; Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Radiology & Biomedical Imaging; Medical Director of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Park Avenue Medical Center, Radiology & Biomedical ImagingJuan Carlos Perez Lozada, MD, is an interventional radiologist who says he enjoys the minimally invasive aspect of his work that allows patients to recover rapidly.“The extensive variety of pathology each day makes this field my passion,” Dr. Perez Lozada says. “My favorite part of interventional radiology is the scope and breadth of clinical conditions and procedures that I can treat and the constant innovation of my field. I love that I still am able to guide and counsel patients in clinic and be part of their treatment team.” He says he always lets his patients know that their well-being is his priority. “I want them to be safe regardless of the procedure. I want the best treatment possible regardless of the specialty that will take care of them,” he says. “The best patient is the one that has knowledge of their options.” Dr. Perez Lozada offers uterine fibroid embolization, spine interventions, pain management and nerve blocks, dialysis interventions, management of deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, and interventional oncology.
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Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and of Biomedical Engineering; Technical Director, Magnetic Resonance Research Center (mrrc.yale.edu); Program Director, Core Center for Quantitative Neuroscience with Magnetic Resonance (qnmr.yale.edu)Dr. Hyder is director of high-field horizontal small-bore systems at Yale’s MRRC, one of the most reputed in vivo magnetic resonance centers in the world conducting translational in vivo neuroscience and metabolism research. He is also founder and director of Yale’s QNMR Core Center, the only NIH-supported programmatic effort at Yale on neuroimaging with magnetic resonance technologies. He received a bachelor’s degree in physical chemistry in 1990 from Wabash and a doctoral degree in biophysical chemistry from Yale in 1995. He has been a faculty at Yale since 1999 and currently holds dual professor appointments in Diagnostic Radiology and Biomedical Engineering. He is a founding member of Yale’s Department of Biomedical Engineering. His work has produced over a hundred peer-reviewed publications. He has written and edited books on functional brain imaging. He holds several magnetic resonance patents on molecular imaging. He has had continuous NIH support since becoming an investigator. He has renewed grants from different scientific funding agencies. He has received early career awards from various scientific societies and funding scientific agencies. He sits on editorial boards of several international scientific journals and he reviews for many scientific journals spanning several disciplines. He has delivered numerous invited presentations around the globe. He serves on advisory panels of several scientific funding agencies.
Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and of Neurosurgery; Director, Interventional Neuroradiology
Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and of Psychiatry; Director Metabolic Modeling and Director Psychiatric MRS, Magnetic Resonance Research Center; Director, Neuroimaging Sciences Training Program, Radiology & Biomedical Imaging and Psychiatry; Chair, Magnetic Resonance Research Center Protocol Review Committee, Radiology & Biomedical ImagingDr. Grame F. Mason develops experimental models and methods for studies of brain metabolism using 1H and 13C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and Mass Spectrometry in conjunction with 13C isotopic labeling in vivo, in cell preparations, and other systems. His work began during his graduate studies at Yale where he used a rat model for the experimental determination of brain glucose transport kinetics, energetics, and neurotransmitter metabolism. Dr. Mason received further training at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he guided the group's 13C-labeling studies of the human brain in vivo in the 4.1T whole-body MR system. Dr. Mason studies metabolism and neurotransmission in the brain in vivo, including effects of psychiatric disorders and substances such as alcohol and nicotine; Dr. Mason examines healthy subjects and patients to investigate relationships among GABA, glutamate, and glutamine concentrations and their rates of synthesis and release in the brain, in particular with regard to effects of acute and chronic use of alcohol. He also studies detailed kinetic modeling of isotopomer and isotopologues using data from high-resolution NMR and mass spectrometry.
- Ayah Megahed is a PGY4, ESIR (Chief) resident at Yale New Haven Health, Bridgeport Hospital. She earned her medical degree and completed a Radiology Residency at Ain Shams University, in Cairo, Egypt before joining her current residency program. She is highly passionate about Interventional Radiology, education and global outreach.
Hospital ResidentMartin is an Integrated Interventional Radiology resident at the Yale-New Haven Hospital. He has a particular interest in oncology and global outreach, an interest inspired by the vast opportunities for change in cancer management he identified while growing up in Kenya as well as while conducting cancer research and providing direct/indirect care to patients with cancer at various institutions in the USA. He attended Rice University for college after which he worked as a cancer researcher at the University of Chicago for two years. He received his medical training at Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine and completed an internship in General Surgery at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach. His research profile can be found here:https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ZpIsu1gAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and of Biomedical Engineering; Director Yale MR Research CenterDr. Rothman is director of the Magnetic Resonance Research Center (MRRC) at the Yale School of Medicine. The MRRC presently supports the NIH- funded work of more than 70 Principal Investigators, as well as 13 program project grants and center grants. Dr. Rothman has an international reputation as a leader in the development of novel MR methods for the study of brain, liver, and muscle metabolism and function. Among the many MR 'firsts' of his team of bioimaging scientists have been the development of MR methods for imaging glutamate and GABA neurotransmission, brain energy metabolism, and liver and muscle glycogen and glucose metabolism and metabolic control. He is presently supported by two R01 grants, and has served as the primary mentor of six postdoctoral fellows and two students. His postdoctoral fellows have all gone on to faculty positions at major research institutions in the US and abroad. He is a named mentor on five K awards at different levels and is an informal mentor to many other junior and mid-level faculty members in the use of MR technology in their research.
Assistant Professor of Radiology and Biomedical ImagingI am a musculoskeletal and diagnostic radiologist at Yale. I am both fellowship trained in musculoskeletal and body MR imaging at NYU Langone Medical Center. I am well versed in diagnostic and interventional musculoskeletal procedures inclusive of fluoroscopic, CT and ultrasound guided interventional procedures. I have a strong interest in teaching medical students, residents and fellows. I have been actively partipating in multidisciplinary conferences. I have interest in and published articles related to engaging shoulder dislocations and pediatric development patterns of the shoulder and ankle/foot.