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Long Tu

Clinical Fellow; Chief Resident, Radiology & Biomedical Imaging

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Long Tu


Long is a graduate of the Yale Diagnostic Radiology program, where he served as the chief resident and is currently a chief Neuroradiology fellow.

He is incredibly multitalented and one of the rare few who can balance a stellar academic career with extracurricular accomplishments. He has consistently been top of his class, scoring at the 100th percentile on every in-service exam, while being a chief resident, a PhD scholar, and a published author.

His recent best-seller radiology book "Search Pattern: A Systematic Approach to Diagnostic Imaging" is very popular among first- and second-year radiology residents.

He is currently a second year PhD candidate at the Yale School of Medicine’s Investigative Medicine Program, with interests in decision support, emergency neuroimaging, and the economics of healthcare.

He is passionate about teaching, interdisciplinary collaboration, and is always seeking ways to improve the efficiency of healthcare delivery.

A long-term Connecticut resident, he is a graduate of the UConn School of Medicine and currently resides in New Haven with his dog Salem.

Selected publications:

Tu LH. Search Pattern: A Systematic Approach to Diagnostic Imaging. Independently Published; 2020 Jun 30.

Tu LH, Malhotra A, Wu X, Durand D, Kalra VB, Abbed KM, Bronen R. Imaging the Postoperative Lumbar Spine: A Review. Neurographics. 2018 Nov 1;8(6):428-46.

Malhotra A, Tu LH, Kalra V, Wu X, Mian A, Mangla R, Michaelides E, Sanelli P, Gandhi D. Neuroimaging of Meckel's cave in normal and disease conditions. Insights Imaging. 2018 Apr 18. doi: 10.1007/s13244-018-0604-7.

Malhotra A, Wu X, Seifert K, Tu L. Blunt Cerebrovascular Artery Injury and Stroke in Severely Injured Patients: An International Multicenter Analysis. World J Surg. 2018;42:3451.

Tu LH, Villalona GA, Cowles RA, Silva CT. Duodenal intussusception secondary to web presenting as recurrent pancreatitis in a 7-year-old girl. Pediatric radiology. 2015 Nov 9:1-4.