Daniel Margolis, MD
As an Associate Professor in the Body Imaging section of the Department of Radiology and Director of Prostate MRI, I oversee all clinical aspects of prostate magnetic resonance imaging as they relate to the detection and characterization of prostate cancer for targeted biopsy, focal therapy, surgery and radiation planning, treatment follow-up, and active surveillance. This has resulted in multiple publications demonstrating the effectiveness of prostate MRI for clinical management. Our experience has resulted in my appointment to the American College of Radiology Prostate Imaging Reporting and Data Systems steering committee as well as invited lectures at the Society of Abdominal Radiology, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, and Radiological Society of North America, as well as lectures abroad. Having completed the K30 Graduate Training Program in Translational Investigation at UCLA, I provide expertise in clinical trial design incorporating medical imaging in addition to designing the imaging protocol itself. I collaborate with our physicists at Cornell and have collaborated with physicists and engineers at UCLA and affiliated institutions in the development of new and innovative pulse sequences and image post-processing.
Attribution:SelfType of financial relationship:OtherIneligible company:PromaxoTopic:ad-hoc consultingDate added:05/21/2023Relationship end date:05/21/2023