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Meaghan Dendy Case, MD

Hospital Resident

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Meaghan Dendy Case, MD


Meaghan joined the Interventional Radiology residency at Yale in 2018 after having completed medical school at Drexel University College of Medicine and her surgical intern year at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. Prior to medical school, she spent three years working in a breast cancer genetics lab at Columbia University while simultaneously receiving a Masters in Biotechnology. Her current research efforts and publications are focused on how genetic biomarkers correlate with locoregional interventional radiology therapies such as Y90, TACE and percutaneous ablation in liver, colorectal and lung cancers. As an undergraduate, she attended Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT) where she completed her degree in Biology and Neuroscience. At Wesleyan she was a four year first-team All-NESCAC recipient in softball and received the 2010 Hoagland Award as the school's top contributor to women's athletics.

Education & Training

  • General Surgery Resident
    UConn School of Medicine (2018)
  • MD
    Drexel University (2017)
  • MA
    Columbia University (2013)
  • BA
    Wesleyan University (2010)