Dan grew up in a small town in Michigan and moved to Boston to study physics. Studying PET/MR for his PhD in Medical Physics he fell in love with radiology. Now when he’s not in the reading room he is trying to diversify radiology and reduce health disparities via diversityxMESH.
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Marques Bradshaw, MD, MSCRVanderbilt University Medical Center
Marques graduated from Morehouse College and earned his MD from Duke as well as a MSCR from the Medical University of South Carolina. He completed residencies in Nuclear medicine and Diagnostic Radiology. He now serves as the Vice Chair of Diversity Affairs in the Department of Radiology.
Adlai GraysonHoward University College of Medicine
Adlai grew up in Miami and graduated from MIT. He currently works to improve the campus climate toward the LGBTQ+ community. He co-presides over the radiology interest group and is interested in working with his peers to develop a more inclusive environment.
Melissa Davis, MD, MBAEmory Healthcare
Melissa is from Colombia, South Carolina. She attended Wellesley College and received her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. She did her radiology residency at UNC Chapel Hill. Following her residency she went to business school at the Yale School of Management.
Jesse Conyers, MDEmory Healthcare
Jesse Conyers is currently a breast imaging fellow at Emory University Hospital. She completed her radiology residency at UTSW in Dallas, and medical school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is passionate about representation and leadership in radiology, healthcare disparities, empowering women in medicine, and medical education.
Efren Flores, MDMass General Hospital
Efren is a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico Medical School and did his residency in radiology at MGH where he currently serves as Officer for Community Health and Equity in radiology. His interest in patient advocacy led him to focus his research on advancing health equity and addressing health disparities in radiology care.
Yasha Gupta, MDMount Auburn Hospital
She is the founder of “Future Radiology Residents” and is very active on YouTube, producing videos for medical students on how to succeed in radiology. She is passionate about the role of radiology and social media within medical education as well as increasing awareness of radiology among medical students.
Menore Lake, MDMount Auburn Hospital
MeNore is very active at MAH, having been previously named Intern of the Year and now serving on the Harvard Medical School Med Ed Steering Committee to represent the institution. She is going into Musculoskeletal Radiology and is passionate about academic Radiology, developing medical education, and global health.
Juan D Guerrero-Calderón, MDUniversity of Alabama Medical Center
Chief of the RAD-AID and Health for the World chapters at UAB. He serves as chair of the Women and Diversity Advisory Group of the ACR RFS, representative for the Radiology Advocacy Network, and member of the RadExam Executive Committee. He is passionate about education and is part of UAB’s Clinician Educator Pathway.
Nadja Kadom, MDChildren's Hospital of Atlanta
Nadja completed her radiology residency in Bielefeld, Germany. She later became a research fellow in Neuroimmunology at the NIH and subsequently completed fellowships in adult and pediatric neuroradiology as well as general pediatric radiology. She is interested in medical education.
Derek West, MD, MSEmory Healthcare
Derek was born and raised in the Hyde Park area of Chicago. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Bioengineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana, and his Medical Doctorate from Loyola-Stritch School of Medicine in Maywood, Illinois. Recently, he co-founded the Association of Minority Interventional Radiologists.
Anand Narayan, MD, PhDMass General Hospital
Anand attended college at Johns Hopkins where he subsequently received his MD and a PhD in epidemiology. He did his residency at Johns Hopkins followed by a breast imaging fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering. He is passionate about mentoring students who are the first in their family to attend college.
Lola Kofoworola OladiniStanford Hospitals and Clinics
Passions include: community service and upliftment, global health, theater, and optimizing IR education. She graduated MD/MBA from U of Chicago with a concentration in Industrial & Organizational Behavior. She hopes to leverage her training to uplift low-resource communities everywhere.
Dania Daye, MD, PhDMass General Hospital
Dania is the co-director of MGH IR research. She completed her radiology residency and IR fellowship at MGH. Her research focuses on the applications of machine learning for precision medicine. She currently co-chairs the Radiology DEI committee at MGH and the MGH Women in Radiology Group.
Brent Little, MDMass General Hospital
Carmen Alvarez, MHAMass General Hospital
Julio Calderon, MD
Julio is from the city of Barranquilla, Colombia where he earned his MD degree from Universidad del Norte. After graduating, he worked for a year as a General Practitioner in his home country. As an international medical graduate Julio is well versed in the ECFMG Certification process. He is passionate about medical education and stroke management.
Sobhi Jabal, MD, MS
Sobhi is co-founder of “Medical Society for Research and Health”, and is passionate about global research, augmented intelligence, and using technology to address global health inequalities. An aspiring Radiologist, interested in noninvasive therapies and data science applications in molecular and diagnostic imaging.
Kolade is originally from Toronto, Canada, and studied human physiology at Western University in Canada. He currently attends the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He is passionate about improving the admissions process to increase diversity within medical schools and bringing IR to historically vulnerable communities.
Carson MossHarvard Medical School
Carson is a member of the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma. He graduated from UC Davis and is currently at Harvard Medical School, where he has served as Co-President of the Native American Health Organization from 2019-2021. His interests include IR, Indigenous healthcare, and mentorship of students from first-generation and underserved backgrounds.