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The faculty and staff of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine’s Department of Radiology are committed to educating future leaders of our field, conducting innovative research and providing exceptional patient care and service to physicians through our affiliated care sites and hospitals.
Our experienced faculty provide specialized training, research and patient care related to a number of specialties. Explore our Medical Specialties to learn more about our areas of expertise.
Assistant Professor of McCormick School of Engineering and Radiology
Rad came to Northwestern University in 2018. She is an engineer and scientist with expertise in the application of computational electromagnetic techniques for the safety assessment of medical imaging and therapeutic devices. Her work focuses on application of computational modeling to guide hardware design, safety assessment and the optimization of imaging protocols for MRI scans in patients with conductive implants.
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Mouli specializes in using imaging to treat solid organ malignancies in liver, pancreatic and prostate cancer. He uses translational research to advance application of minimally invasive therapies for cancer treatment.
Research Assistant Professor of Radiology
Leaver came to Northwestern University in 2018. Her investigations use precision neuroimaging to investigate electrical neuromodulation therapies in relation to mental health and depression, chronic tinnitus, noninvasive electrical neuromodulation technologies and applied connectomics.
Research Associate Professor of Radiology
Lin has been a research assistant professor since 2012. He has a broad background in quantitative cardiovascular imaging with expertise in coronary artery MRI. His investigations focus on coronary artery disease in patients suffering type 2 diabetes mellitus, as well as evaluating cardiovascular response to treatments for cancer, lupus, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.