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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.

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Bradley D Allen

Bradley D Allen

Dr. Allen is a cardiothoracic radiologist and was recently appointed the section chief for Cardiovascular and Thoracic Radiology. His primary clinical expertise and research interests focus on the use of cardiovascular imaging, particularly cardiac MRI, to diagnose and better risk-stratify patients with cardiovascular disease. His research work has been supported by the American Heart Association, Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, and the NIH.

Hatice Savas

Hatice Savas

Dr. Savas is an ABR and ABNM certified radiologist who is subspecialized in both Thoracic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine/Molecular Imaging. In Thoracic Imaging, her primary focus is lung cancer and interstitial lung disease imaging. In Nuclear Medicine, she focuses on novel imaging agents and theranostics in oncology imaging by using PET/CT and PET/MR as well as treatment response analysis. She is also very passionate about teaching and a recipient of the faculty teaching award.  

Mohammed Elbaz

Elbaz, Ph.D., joined Northwestern University in 2018. His PIC-CVI Research Lab focuses on developing novel advanced high-dimensional computational MRI analysis and modeling techniques for deriving precise, comprehensive quantitative markers of cardiac function, structure, and mechanics and guiding intervention in various complex adult and congenital cardiovascular diseases (e.g., atrial fibrillation, Fontan, pulmonary hypertension, heart valve disease, heart failure). This is achieved by developing interdisciplinary computational imaging techniques spanning computer science, cardiovascular imaging, applied fluid dynamics, translational cardiovascular clinical research. Dr. Elbaz Research is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the American Heart Association (AHA).  

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