Business Team

6th Annual Chicagoland Radiology Expo

Meet the Team

Meet the people who make it all possible. 

Meet the team

2021 Expo Facilitators

Bojan Petrovic, MD

Conference Role: 

Expo Director

Neuroradiologist, NorthShore Site Director for University of Chicago Neuroradiology Fellowship, Clinical Associate Professor, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

NorthShore University HealthSystem

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is fun and makes a big impact in patient care!

Carina Yang, MD

Conference Role: 

Symposium Co-Chair

Associate Professor of Radiology
Vice Chair of Diversity & Inclusion
Director of Pediatric Neuroradiology
Director of Neuroradiology Fellowship

University of Chicago

Why is radiology important?

Radiologists provide important diagnostic information and sometimes perform minimally invasive interventions - both of which clinicians heavily depend on to care for patients with a variety of pathologies. We see things in patients others can't.

Hala Mazin, DO

Conference Role: 

Co-Chair of Fundraising Committee

Radiology Resident

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

Why is radiology important?

I love being involved in the care of almost every patient that walks through the hospital and assisting every specialty better diagnose and treat their patient. I also love the technological advances in early cancer detection and treatment that radiology offers.

Kirti Kulkarni, MD

Conference Role: 

Symposium Co-Chair

Associate Professor of Radiology
Director of Breast Imaging Fellowship

University of Chicago Hospital

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is the FUTURE. It is at the intersection of technology and medicine.

Mariah Bashir, MD

Conference Role: 

Associate Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology Residency
Assistant Professor, Neuroradiology and Otolaryngology

Loyola University Medical Center

Why is radiology important?

Radiologists help the most patients in the hospital every single day. We guide management when stakes are the highest.

 
 

Expo Panelists

Gregory Henkle, MD

Conference Role: 

Panelist

Medical Director of Radiology
Radiology Program Director

Franciscan Health Olympia Fields / Radiology Partners

Why is radiology important?

I love contributing to the education of our future radiologists!

Michael Ralls MD

Conference Role: 

Panelist

Program Director, Diagnostic Radiology & Nuclear Medicine

Rush University Medical Center

Why is radiology important?

Radiology plays a role in all different parts of medicine.

Georgia Spear, MD

Conference Role: 

Panelist

Chief of Breast Imaging
Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

NorthShore University HealthSystem

Why is radiology important?

Radiology/Breast Imaging is my passion. Early detection saves lives and with advancements in technology and our radiology/breast imaging medical expertise, we can make a tremendous impact on reducing mortality due to breast cancer.

Cecil G. Wood III, MD

Conference Role: 

Panelist

Assistant Professor, Body Imaging

Northwestern University

Why is radiology important?

Radiology allows me to combine my knowledge and expertise with the latest technology to bring positive change to patient's lives.

 
Doctor Examining CT Scan