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Our radiologists are expanding the boundaries of medicine with unparalleled expertise.
Your patients will receive expert imaging services and access to all departments at Columbia, so they won't need to go anywhere else.
Dr. Jaramillo is looking at diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) as a potential biomarker for bone growth.
A few questions when scheduling an MRI cancer will help patients determine whether the system can give them the quality needed for accurate prostate cancer diagnosis.
Dr. Utukuri borrowed from European detective tactics for a project designed to better integrate radiology into med student education.
In collaboration with NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP) Information Technology, the Department of Radiology will launch its new picture archiving communication system (PACS) this month.
Dr. Ha is one of six selected to share $500,000 in seed funding raised last fall in Velocity, Columbia's Ride to End Cancer, to support early-stage research projects.