- Dr. S. Chakraborty, Civic Campus
- Dr. R. Glikstein, Civic Campus
- Dr. M. Kingstone, Civic Campus
- Dr. C. Lum, Civic Campus
- Dr. W. Miller, Civic Campus
- Dr. T. Nguyen, Civic Campus
- Dr. M. Santos, Civic Campus
- Dr. C Torres, Civic Campus
Dr. S. Chakraborty, Civic Campus
Dr. Santanu Chakraborty joined Diagnostic Neuroradiology section in 2006 after having completed a neuroadiology fellowship at the University of Toronto. He completed his radiology residency in UK and became a Fellow of Royal College of Radiologists, UK. He completed 2 year Neuroradiology subspecialty training in The Walton Centre for Neurosciences, Liverpool, UK. Prior to this, he graduated from the University of Calcutta, India in 1993. He did his MRCP (UK) in 1998. His main interest is in Advanced MR imaging including fMRI, MR spectroscopy, CT and MR perfusion. Dr. Charaborty has been involved in the VP Programs here in the Department of Medical Imaging as well as the CME. He is currently involved in the improvements in Information Technology concerning specifically Imaging Informatics. He is actively involved in research. Please see below information link to Dr. Chakraborty's publications:
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Dr. M. Kingstone, Civic Campus
Dr. Kingstone graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine in 1992. He then completed a residency in Family Medicine in Toronto. After spending a year in general practice, he went on to do a Radiology Residency at Hartford Hospital in Hartford Connecticut. He then completed a Neuroradiology Fellowship at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston Massachusetts.
Dr. Kingstone joined our group in 2001 as a diagnostic neuroradiologist. He has special interest in Head and Neck imaging and medical education.
Dr. C. Lum, Civic Campus
Dr. Lum joined our section in 2001 after having completed a neuroadiology fellowship at the University of Toronto and radiology residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Prior to this, he graduated from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine in 1992. He is the Neurointerventional Section Head and Director of our Royal College Neuroradiology Fellowship and has developed and implemented a curriculum accredited by the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada.
Dr. Lum is a member of our neurovascular intervention team and performs endovascular coiling of cerebral aneurysms, carotid stenting, acute stroke thrombolysis and intervention, vascular embolization, percutaneous vertebroplasty as well as diagnostic cerebral angiography and spine procedures.
His areas of academic and research interest are in acute stroke imaging and intra-arterial treatment of acute stroke, imaging and treatment of neurovascular disease and medical education.
Dr. William Miller is currently a practicing Neuroradiologist and Deputy Chief and Chair of Diagnostic Imaging at The Ottawa Hospital. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa. He served as the acting Chief/Chair of Diagnostic Imaging at The Ottawa Hospital from September, 2006 until October, 2008. He is the President-Elect of the Canadian Association of Radiologists.
Dr. Miller graduated from the faculty of Medicine at the University of Manitoba. He completed a rotating Internship at McGill University in Montreal then went on to practice as a family physician for 13 years before returning to complete a 4-year Radiology residency at the University of Missouri. He completed his training with a 2-year Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Toronto. He has practiced neuroradiology in Ottawa since 1999.
Dr. Miller is a proud father, an avid photographer, golfer, and skier.
Dr. T. Nguyen, Civic Campus
Dr. Nguyen graduated in medicine from McGill University in 1995. After completing his radiology residency at the McGill University Hospital Center in 2000, he moved south to North Carolina to complete his fellowship in neuroradiology at Duke University.
He joined our section in 2001. He is currently the Undergraduate Radiology program coordinator. He performs spinal procedures such as vertebroplasty and radiofrequency facet joint denervation. His research interest is in MR spectroscoy, CT and MR perfusion of brain tumours.
Dr. M. Santos, Civic Campus
Born and raised in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Medical School at the Universidade de Caxias do Sul, RS, Brazil (1992-1997). Clinical Neurology Residency at the Santa Casa de Misericordia de Porto Alegre, FFFCMPA, Brazil (1998-2000). Clinical Fellowship in Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology at the FFFCMPA and Pontificia Universidade Catolica, Porto Alegre, Brazil (2001-2002) under the supervision of Drs. Eduardo Raupp and Sergio Raupp.
Clinical fellowship in Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology at the University Health Network and St. Michael`s Hospital, affiliated to the University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada (2003-2006).
International Master Degree in Neurovascular Diseases from Paris Sud University, Bicetre Medical School and Mahidol University, Ramathibodi and Siriraj Medical School Thailand (April 2005 to November 2006).
Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Ottawa, particularly focused in the techniques of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, at the Ottawa Hospital (2006-present). Special interest in clinical teaching, medical education and clinical research involving the subspecialty of neuro-intervention.
Section of Neuroradiology
Department of Diagnostic Imaging
The Ottawa Hospital – Civic Campus
C151 – 1053 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, ON, Canada
Dr. Carlos Torres is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at The University of Ottawa and a staff neuroradiologist at The Ottawa Hospital since 2008. Dr. Torres pursued a 2 year Neuroradiology Fellowship at McGill University before joining the Department of Medical Imaging at The Ottawa Hospital.
Dr. Torres is the Director of the Royal College accredited Neuroradiology Fellowship Program since 2010 and he is currently the Interamerican College of Radiology Vice President for North America. He has been invited to lecture in multiple national and international meetings and he is an International Visiting Professor for RSNA (Radiological Society of North America ). Dr. Torres is also Visiting Professor for the Interamerican College of Radiology (CIR) since 2010.
Dr. Torres is actively involved in medical education and research; his main areas of interest are demyelinating disease, brachial plexus, cord and tumour imaging.
Dr. Carlos Torres
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Program Director Neuroradiology
University of Ottawa – The Ottawa Hospital