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Biography

Andrea Doria, MD, PhD, MSc, is a paediatric radiologist/research director (Department of Diagnostic Imaging at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto) and Associate Professor and Associate Vice-Chair of Research (Department of Medical Imaging) at the University of Toronto, Canada. Her passion is the investigation of potential imaging markers to track angiogenesis-related factors and early cartilage degeneration in arthritis, particularly in children.

Dr. Doria received the 2002 John Caffey Award for her work on BOLD MRI in experimental arthritis and the 2003 John Kirkpatrick Young Investigator Award for her meta-analysis in appendicitis. Her research has improved understanding of the biologic rationale for hypoxia in inflamed joints and has contributed to evidence-based guidance on the diagnostic accuracy of ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging scoring systems and protocols for the assessment of several diseases including haemophilia. She is currently Co-Chair of the Special Interest Pediatric Imaging Group of the Outcome Measures of Rheumatic Diseases International Group and a Leader for the Development of Imaging Registries for Collection of “Big Data” group for the American College of Radiology Committee on Pediatric Imaging Research.


Books by Andrea S. Doria

 

Item 4394 Doria Research Methods In Radiology 9781604068269 148x209    
Research Methods in Radiology    
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