Our Team

Clinical Council for Cancer Imaging

Our Clinical Council for Cancer Imaging (CCCI) serves as our steering committee and governing body, providing strategic oversight, direction and support for the Evidence-based Cancer Imaging Program. For further information, please contact ECIP@MSKCC.org.

  • Hedvig Hricak, MD, PhD
    Chair, Department of Radiology
  • Ruth Lande
    SVP, Patient Revenues
  • Cynthia McCollum
    SVP, Hospital Operations
  • Patricia Skarulis
    SVP and Chief Information Officer
  • Andrew Chua
    Project Manger, Content Development
  • Pierre Elnajjar
    Informatics Project Manager, Radiology
  • David Gorman
    Senior Financial Manager, Radiology
  • Nina Gunhouse
    Web Manager, Public Affairs
  • Judy Hagerty-Paglia
    VP, Health Informatics
  • Suzanne Kelson
    Senior Director, ClinSys
    Integration, Analysis, Reporting Health Informatincs
  • Jessica Kennington, JD, MPH
    Project Manager, Strategic Partnerships
  • Heather Lisbon-McGrath
    Associate Director, Training and Compliance
    Main Campus Outpatient
  • Christa Mathew
    Project Coordinator
  • Brenda Maxworthy
    Senior Manager, Radiology Systems
  • Shireene McMillan
    Project Manager, Operational Impacts
  • Ada Muellner
    Medical Editor, Radiology
  • Ramin Khorasani, MD, MPH
    Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School
    Chair, Governing Council, Harvard Library of Evidence
  • Lindsay M. Boyce, MLIS
    Research Informationist
  • Marina Chilov, MLS
    Research Informationist
  • Kendra Godwin, MLIS
    Research Informationist, Liaison for the Evidence-based Cancer Imaging Program
  • Johanna Goldberg, MSLIS
    Research Informationist
  • Marisol Hernandez, MLS, MA
    Research Informationist
  • Konstantina (Dina) Matsoukas, MLIS
    Research Informationist
 

Imaging Disease Management Teams

Our Imaging Disease Management Teams (IDMT) bring together medical experts from across MSK, including radiologists, medical oncologists, and surgeons, to discuss the unique clinical scenarios they observe in our patient population. Examples of IDMT’s include the following: