Michal Kulon, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging; Program Director, Nuclear Radiology Fellowship, Nuclear Radiology

Departments & Organizations

Radiology & Biomedical Imaging: Nuclear Medicine

Yale Medicine


I interpret a variety of nuclear medicine scans, such as PET-CT for oncologic staging, bone scans, octreotide, MIBG, MAG-3, Ga68-DOTATATE scans, Axumin (fluciclovine), PET-CT and SPECT-CT brain scans for seizure localization, evaluation of Alzheimer's Disease and other indications. I also perform radioiodine, radium, and Lutathera therapies ( Lu 177 DOTATATE).  My research interests include informatics, natural language processing, and machine vision.

Education & Training

MD Poznan University of Medical Sciences (2006)
BEngSci University of Pennsylvania, Bioengineering (2001)
Resident University of Virginia
Chief Resident Columbia University / NYP Hospital
Board Certification AB of Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Medicine (2011)

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