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Brent Weinberg is a board certified radiologist who has completed radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship and has a certificate of added qualification (CAQ) in neuroradiology. He is an academic neuroradiologist at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, where he is the associate director of the neuroradiology fellowship and the research track residency. One of his main interests is in education for medical students, residents, and trainees. He was the winner of the 2019 Teacher of the Year Award at Emory University as selected by the radiology residents.
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Michael Hoch is also a board certified radiologist with a certificate of added qualification in neuroradiology. He completed his radiology residency at Temple University followed by neuroradiology fellowship at New York University. He spent the first years of his academic career at Emory University before moving to the University of Pennsylvania. His main interests are advanced use of imaging, including functional MRI (fMRI) and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI).
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Katie Bailey is a board-certified radiologist who has completed radiology residency and neuroradiology fellowship and has a certificate of added qualification (CAQ) in neuroradiology. She is a neuroradiologist at the VA hospital in Tampa, FL and an assistant professor at the University of South Florida. She is an assistant program director of the diagnostic radiology residency and the site director for the VA hospital. Her two favorite parts of being a radiologist are teaching students, residents, and fellows and reading lots of interesting cases. She has won multiple resident teaching awards and hopes to continue to do so.