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5th Annual Chicagoland Radiology Expo

Thank you to all our 

Speed Advisors 

that participated this year!

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Meet the advisors

Speed Advisors 

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Lindsay Griffin, MD

Conference Role: 

Facilitator

Associate program director Northwestern diagnostic radiology
Body CT/MR section chief Lurie Medical Imaging

Lurie Children’s/Northwestern

Why is radiology important?

We are the detectives of medicine - our evidence can solve the case!

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Judith (Judy) Gadde, DO, MBA

Conference Role: 

Facilitator

Director of Academic Innovation

Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is crucial to the care of so many of our patients.

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Alixandra Purakal MD

Conference Role: 

Facilitator

Assistant Consulting Professor

Duke Health

Why is radiology important?

Imaging is the backbone of all modern medicine, diagnosis and therapy.

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Gregory Henkle, MD

Conference Role: 

Facilitator

Medical Director of Radiology
Residency Program Director

Franciscan Health Olympia Fields

Why is radiology important?

I love contributing to the education and development of our future radiologists.

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Alexander Zartaisky, MD

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

MRI and Neuroradiology Director

Lake County Radiology

Why is radiology important?

Interesting, efficient, multifaceted profession which allows for perfect balance of work and life

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Alice Yao-Lee, MD

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Northwest Radiology Associates

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is an innovative, rapidly developing field in patient care management - it’s used by nearly all, if not all, medical and surgical specialties. As a radiologist, while I enjoy problem solving and role as the doctor’s doctor, I also find fulfillment in direct patient care via consultations, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

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Amar Pravin Shah, MD

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Chairman of Radiology, Director of obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound and vascular ultrasound

Sinai Chicago

Why is radiology important?

I love the variety in the field and how it constantly changes. I also think radiology allows us to be some of the most well rounded physicians when it comes to knowing a lot about many different medical specialties and being able to assimilate it into useful impressions that can aid in a patients diagnosis and treatment.

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Ari Mintz, MD

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Chairman of Radiology, Advocate Trinity Hospital. President, Chicago Imaging, Ltd.

Chicago Imaging, Ltd

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is positioned for a great balance of medicine and rest-of-life!

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Carol McLaughlin, MD

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Clinical Assistant Professor, Radiology
Associate Fellowship Director, Breast Imaging

University of Michigan

Why is radiology important?

Radiology pays attention to the details that can impact a patient's life that no one else may have found.

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Catherine Kim-Gavino, M.D.

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Medical Director

Akumin

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is so important for the field of medicine because we can see what is going on inside of the body. Not only that, as a Radiologist, we are trained to identify what is normal and abnormal, and we can interpret the images to provide insight to the clinicians about what is going on with their patients.

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Christopher Straus, M.D.

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Professor of Radiology
Director of Medical Student Education
Vice Chair of Radiology Resources

University of Chicago

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is a great underrepresented specialty critical to optimal patient care and outcomes.
We need to attract the best minds.

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Daniel Golden MD MHPE

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Assistant Professor
Medical Student Clerkship Director
Associate Residency Program Director

University of Chicago

Why is radiology important?

Radiation Oncology is a wonderful combination of patient care, multidisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration, and amazing technology.

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Dorothy Lam, MD

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Head of Women's Health Center
Head of Ultrasound
Medical Director of Triton College Diagnostic Sonography

Swedish Hospital

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is an amazing field that allows you to serve as a consultant to hundreds of patients.

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Erin Neuschler, M.D.

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology
Breast Imaging Cancer Center Liaison

University of Illinois Chicago College of Medicine

Why is radiology important?

As a Breast Imager I feel that am integral to the care team of the breast cancer patient.

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Faaiza Mahmoud, MD

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Associate Professor, Radiology
Program Director, Body Imaging fellowship

Loyola Stritch School of Medicine

Why is radiology important?

Radiology is like the piece of puzzle that brings it all together in medicine. As a radiologist, I love being that link between diagnosis and treatment.

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Jessie Aw-Zoretic, MD

Conference Role: 

Speed Advisor

Assistant Professor of Radiology

Anne & Robert H Lurie Childrens Hosp of Chicago

Why is radiology important?

Radiology rocks. There is something for everyone, and it is the epicenter of medicine today and going forward.

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