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.
Carol McLaughlin, MD is an Assistant Professor of Radiology. She completed a Breast Imaging Fellowship at the University of Michigan in 2013 after serving time in the United States Army as a general radiologist, and has been on Faculty at U-M since 2019. She is currently the Associate Fellowship Director as well as on the Resident Education Committee for Breast Imaging. Her passion is in teaching, with research and teaching interests in breast biopsies/procedures. In the future, she hopes to become more involved in projects serving underprivileged populations