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  • Leadership

    • William Herring
      • William Herring, MD, FACR
      • Title: Vice-Chairman, Department of Radiology; Residency Program Director
      • Message
      • Einstein is a great place to do your residency.

        It’s a place that combines the size and scope of a university hospital with the hands-on, clinical experience you usually only find in a smaller program. With that combination you’ll become a competent and confident radiology resident who will feel comfortable moving on to the fellowship program or job of your choice.

        I really must believe that Einstein is a great place to do your residency since I have been the Radiology Residency Program Director here for over 20 years. I like it here. I grew up in Philadelphia and attended Temple University School of Medicine. I did my internship at Einstein and remained here ever since, doing my radiology residency training here, joining the staff and then becoming the Residency Program Director.

        I have always found Einstein to be a friendly place to train and teach. Even though it’s a 600-bed hospital with over 300 residents and fellows, it never feels quite that large. At the same time, its size provides a diversity of patients and staff and a wealth of case material that seems to extend its scope beyond its size.

        You have a lot to learn to become a radiologist and, contrary to some ancient myths, the radiologist’s workday is an extremely busy one. I have always felt that learning should be as enjoyable as possible and our twice-daily resident conferences are instructive without being overbearing, educational without making anyone feel humiliated, informative and sometimes highly entertaining without being tedious and boring.

        Our faculty is here because they truly enjoy teaching. Many of them hold certificates of added qualification in their subspecialty area and all of them, I know, are strongly committed to resident education and to providing quality patient care. All of them are accessible to our residents all of the time so the faculty-resident interactions are frequent and friendly.

        When you participate in scholarly activity while a resident, you’ll have ample opportunity and abundant case material with which to work. Our faculty will help you in the design and implementation of your clinical research study. You will have ample opportunity to teach since you’ll have almost daily contact with junior and senior medical students from Jefferson Medical College and Temple University School of Medicine and you’ll be given the option of teaching the technology students in our School of Radiological Technology.

        I understand the trust that an applicant places in a residency program to train him or her for their life’s ambition. I understand that all applicants have a choice and those that choose Einstein are placing their full hope and faith in us to train them to be clinically-competent, academically-talented, Board-certified radiologists. The faculty and I take that trust very seriously.

         

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    • Terence Matalon
      • Terence A.S. Matalon, MD, FACR, FSIR
      • Title: Chairman, Diagnostic Radiology
      • Message
      • The Diagnostic Radiology residency program here at Einstein Healthcare Network is unique. We combine an environment that emphasizes teaching, rather than academic or clinical productivity, with a fundamental caseload rich in a cross-section of various diseases.

        The commitment of the staff to teaching here is both refreshing and invigorating. Our trainees find themselves well-prepared for either academic or clinical practice venues. As a resident-dominated program (i.e. no fellows), no dilution of case material occurs. I believe that the residents truly enjoy their tenure here and encourage you to ask them yourself.

        We are truly fortunate in this day of contracting resources to be in the beginning of a sustained capital campaign with a new PACs system operational by the summer of 2004 as well as multiple new CT and MRs. Dedicated resources for resident educational opportunities are also available.

        The Program Director Dr. William Herring is incredibly dedicated and invested in continually improving the program and the learning environment.

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    Faculty

    • Paul Brady
      • Paul S. Brady, MD
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    • Ceylan Cankurtaran
      • Ceylan Cankurtaran, MD
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    • Debra Copit
      • Debra S. Copit, MD
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    • Daniel Eisenberg
      • Daniel A. Eisenberg, MD
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    • Tetyana Gorbachova
      • Tetyana Gorbachova, MD
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    • Igor Goykhman
      • Igor Goykhman, DO
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    • Adam Guttentag
      • Adam R. Guttentag, MD
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    • David Hertzog
      • David Hertzog, MD
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    • Mindy Horrow
      • Mindy M. Horrow, MD, FACR, FAIUM
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    • Cheryl Kirby
      • Cheryl L. Kirby, MD
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    • Ryan Lee
      • Ryan Lee, MD
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    • Joyce Li
      • Joyce Li, MD
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    • Charles Mulhern
      • Charles B. Mulhern, MD
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    • L. Ellen Pack, MD
      • L. Ellen Pack, MD
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    • Kelli Pokorny
      • Kelli J. Pokorny, MD
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    • Shuchi Rodgers
      • Shuchi K. Rodgers, MD
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    • Armand Saragovi
      • Armand A. Saragovi, MD
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    • Ryan Smith
      • Ryan J. Smith, MD
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    • Susan Summerton
      • Susan L. Summerton, MD
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    • Huyen Tran
      • Huyen D. Tran, MD
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    • Sumathi Wable
      • Sumathi M. Wable, MD
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    • Peter Wang
      • Peter Wang, MD
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    • Jeffrey Weinstein
      • Jeffrey Weinstein, MD
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  • Special Features

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