I am a radiologist specializing in PET/CT imaging of cancer. My training includes an MD degree and a PhD in cancer biology from Stanford University.
At the University of Southern California (USC), I completed a diagnostic radiology residency as well as fellowships in nuclear medicine and positron emission tomography (PET). During my time at USC, I was a principal investigator for research projects at the USC PET Imaging Science Center.
I joined the Memorial Sloan-Kettering faculty in 2009. My areas of special clinical interest include malignancies of the breast and musculoskeletal system. I have active research projects on amino acid imaging of breast cancer, which are supported by a grant from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. My work has been published in top-rated journals such as Radiology, The Journal of Nuclear Medicine, and Cancer Research and has been reviewed in The Lancet and RSNA News.