US Radiology On Call, 2461 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404

Radiologist, Jan 2017-present.


Greensboro Radiology, 1331 N Elm St #200, Greensboro, NC 27401

Radiologist, July 2008 – October 2016.

Musculoskeletal section chief. Protocol chief for CT and MRI. Section of 7 Radiologists, including 3 fellowship trained subspecialty radiologists. Liaison to orthopedic, podiatry, sports medicine, and trauma physicians. Introduced structured reporting to musculoskeletal reports (examples on request). Standardized CT and MRI protocols and introduced subspecialist exams for 6 regional hospitals and additional outpatient centers. Performed spine procedures including cervical and lumbar epidural injections, discography, joint injections and arthrography. Developed arthroplasty imaging techniques following metal on metal hip implant recall.
Reason for Leaving: Irreconcilable differences with leadership.

Coastal Radiology, 722 Newman Rd, New Bern, NC 28562

Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville, NC Radiologist, Sept. 2006-Sept 2008.

Radiology Locums and weekend coverage.


Valley Radiology Associates, 1900 W Park Dr, North Wilkesboro, NC 28659

Radiologist, Sept. 2006-June 2008. June 2017-present.

Radiology Locums and weekend coverage.


Forsyth Radiological Associates, Winston-Salem, NC

Radiologist, July 2005-February 2008.

Provided radiological on call services to Mount Airy and Thomasville, NC.


Los Alamos National Labs, Los Alamos, NM

Research Assistant, Sept. 1997-July 1998

Bacterial plasmid sequencing on high throughput project. Identified target gene sequences for protein coding segments for pX01 and pX02 plasmids of Bacillus anthracis.


Key Pharmaceuticals, Albuquerque, NM Pharmaceutical Sales Intern, May 1997-Sept. 1997

Worked as part of a team servicing the greater Albuquerque area. Represented respiratory and allergy products.


University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

Research Assistant, Biochemistry Dept., Sept. 1996- May 1997. Development of quantitative PCR assay for SNAP-25 protein in mutant and knockout mice as a model for disease states involving neurotransmission.


Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Viets Fellow, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, 1996

Abbott Laboratories Scholar, 1996

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow, Mayo Graduate School, 1995 Involved in a large project investigating the autoimmune disease Lambert-Eaton Syndrome. Genetic sequencing and cloning of subtypes of the Voltage Gated Calcium Channel. Development of purification and labeling techniques using recombinant proteins. Testing of sera from patients with Psychiatric disease to investigate the possible autoimmune link between mental illness and immunity.


VA Medical Center, Albuquerque, NM

Phone: (505) 265-1711

Research Assistant, Neuropsychology Dept., Sept. 1994- May 1996. Behavioral and neurologic assessment and testing of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s disease and stroke patients. Duties included psychometric assessment, chart review and database construction and maintenance.


United States Air Force

Security Specialist, 341st MSS, 1988-1992

Performed various roles as military policeman including security, law enforcement, and emergency services team member. Served as a member of a world wide deployment force for Air Base Ground Defense and tactical operations. Specific skills available upon request.