Currently Teaching (2014-2015)
I received my doctor of chiropractic degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic and then completed a three-year full-time imaging residency. After passing the board certification examinations, I accepted a position as an assistant professor in the Department of Diagnostic and Clinical Sciences at Northwestern. While at Northwestern, I lectured extensively for the Department of Diagnostic Imaging and the Office of Continuing Education, and provided imaging consultation for RCS, the campus-based film interpretation service. I have also treated patients in University Health Services.
In 1999, I was honored as Northwestern’s Teacher of the Year. In 2003, I accepted a position at the National University of Health Sciences as the director of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging. I was also faculty director for the Imaging Residency Program and director of the National MRI Center. I re-joined the faculty of Northwestern in September 2005. I enjoy my time lecturing and spending time "in the dark" interpreting imaging studies.