RAD-2233 is currently an associate clinical professor of radiology at the University of California, where he is employed full time. He was previously chairman of the division of diagnostic specialties at a southern California hospital. He is also a radiology physician at several hospitals and community hospitals. Previously, he was chief of radiology at an air force hospital and a chief of radiology at a pediatric teaching and research hospital in Tennessee. His career highlights include devising the first cure for childhood leukemia in the world by adding complete CNS radiation to triple chemotherapy. RAD-2233 was the first to begin selective catheter angiography and the first to perform coronary angiography in the central California area. He has written many articles for publication. He practices total diagnostic radiology, including interventional radiology and mammography.
Fellowships, Neuroradiology, U.S., University of California Los Angeles
Resident, Radiology, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
Internship, City of Detroit Receiving Hospital
M.D., University of Tennessee, Memphis
Pre-Medical, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida