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Nadia Solomon

Clinical Fellow

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Nadia Solomon, MD, MSc, MA


Nadia joins Yale Radiology after completing her MD with St. George's University and her intern year in Internal Medicine at NYC Health & Hospitals | Elmhurst Hospital Center. She is excited to take full advantage of the clinical training and academic opportunities that Yale Radiology offers, and is doing so through engagement in the ABR Holman Research Pathway and the Investigative Medicine PhD Program though the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Her current research focuses on the application of various imaging techniques in the postmortem setting to cause of death investigation. She is also exploring related topics including child abuse imaging and other applications of imaging to forensic settings. Her medical education and research foci have taken her to the UK, West Indies, Kenya, Italy, USA, and Tanzania, further fueling her passion for studying and practicing medicine in a global context.

Education & Training

  • Intern, Preliminary
    Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai | Elmhurst Hospital Center (2020)
  • MD
    St. George's University (2019)
  • MSc
    St. George's University, Tropical Medicine (Parasitology) (2016)
  • MA
    John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Forensic Psychology (2013)
  • BA
    New York University, Psychology (2011)

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