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2006 Gold Medalist - Dr. Stanford M. Goldman



Stanford M. Goldman, MD, FACR was a professor of radiology and urology at the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School at Houston, professor of radiology at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and adjunct professor of radiology at the Baylor School of Medicine in Houston, TX. 

Dr. Goldman received his medical degree in 1965 from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He subsequently completed his internship at the Thomas Jefferson School of Medicine in Philadelphia. He returned to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine for his residency in general radiology, where he was chief resident and assistant instructor. From 1969 to 1971, he served as lieutenant commander in the Public Health Service and was chairman of the Department of Radiology at the USPHS Phoenix Indian Medical Center. 

He returned for one year to Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he was an assistant professor of Radiology. His mentor at the Bronx Municipal Health Center, a level three trauma center, was Dr. Milton Elkin, president and gold medalist of both the American College of Radiology (ACR) and Radiological Society of North America (RSNA). It is from him that Dr. Goldman’s primary interest in uroradiology began. 

Dr. Goldman moved in 1972 to become a radiologist and assistant director of residency training at the Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. He was also appointed instructor (1972-1974) and subsequently assistant professor (1974-79) at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. 

In 1979, Dr. Goldman was recruited to be the chairman of the then Baltimore City Hospitals (later called Francis Scott Key Medical Center and currently the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center), a level three trauma center. With this appointment, he was promoted to associate professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Radiology and was also promoted from clinical assistant to clinical associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. By 1986, Dr. Goldman had been promoted to professor of Radiology and Radiological Science at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, clinical professor of Diagnostic Radiology, University of Maryland School of Medicine and clinical professor of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at the Uniform Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine, Bethesda, MD. 

In 1993, Dr. Goldman was recruited to become the professor and chairman of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiology at the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School at Houston, a position he held until 2000. He was also physician-in-chief at the Hermann Hospital (now Memorial Hermann Medical Center), a level three trauma center and physician-in-chief, Department of Radiology, Lyndon Baines Johnson General Hospital (LBJ). He has also served as professor of urology, University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School at Houston and also an adjunct professor of urology at Baylor School of Medicine. He has served as medical director of Radiologic Technology, Houston Community College, School of Technology (1994-2006) and of Ultrasound Technology at the same institution (1999-2005). Since relinquishing the chairmanship of the department, he continued to chair the Promotions Committee.

Dr. Goldman’s research interests have consistently been in the area of uroradiology and obstetrical radiology. He has been especially interested in trauma to the urogenital system, much as his mentor, Dr. Elkin. His interest particularly lies in the evaluation of pregnant females in both acute and non-acute traumatic situations. Dr. Goldman has received multiple distinguished and honors and awards, such as Outstanding Teaching x 2, Radiology Residency, Maryland Radiology School of Medicine; certificate of appreciation and bronze medallion, Maryland Radiological Society; Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching and Dedication, presented by the entire house staff at the Sinai Hospital of Baltimore (10th recipient); certificate of appreciation for over ten years of teaching and research, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Division of Radiological Pathology and of the Department of Radiology at the National Naval Medical Center.

A radiology classroom and library was named in his honor at the now Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital.  He has received, as both senior author and co-author, numerous certificates of merit, magna cum laudes, best scientific posters at the Radiological Society of North America, American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS), the European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR), Society of Uroradiology (SUR), among others. He has also been a recipient of faculty honors at the annual convocation of the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston on several occasions. He has received the Editor Certificate of Recognition on numerous occasions from RadioGraphics and from Radiology. He was recipient from the American Medical Association CPT Radiological Advisors of the Burgess L. Gordon Award for Outstanding Service. He is listed in multiple Who’s Who publications, such as in America, in the World, in Science and Engineering, in Medicine and Healthcare, in American Jewry and in World Jewry. He is also listed in several issues of Best Doctors of America and American Top Radiologists. He has held numerous editorial positions for the following publications: the Maryland State Medical JournalRadioGraphicsUrological RadiologyRadiologyWorld Journal of Urology, and he has been a reviewer of many journals.  

Dr. Goldman has published nearly 150 papers in peer review journals; 26 invited articles; 12 editorial comments; four guest editorials by request; 28 book chapters; four books as editor or co-editor; at least 113 professional presentations, ranging from local through international; 71 scientific exhibits; four taped lectures; faculty member for at least 78 graduate or postgraduate courses; moderator facilitator at 33 meetings; visiting professorships at 63 institutions, including the Leo G. Rigler Lectureship by the Israel Radiological Society. 

He has been active in many capacities in organized medicine, including serving as a delegate to the Maryland Medical Chirurgical Society; serving on numerous committees of the Maryland Radiological Society (MRS); secretary of MRS; councilor to RSNA; member and chairman of RSNA Scientific Awards Committee; board member of the Albert Einstein College Alumni Association; councilor and alternate councilor of the Texas Radiological Society (TRS) and liaison from the ACR to the Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons. He is a fellow of the ACR, the SUR, the ESUR and the Royal College of Physicians. He served as president of the Texas Radiological Society in 2001-2002. He has also served on numerous committees of the TRS.

In 1993, Doctor Goldman joined the American Society of Emergency Radiology and has since proved to be an important and active member. He also served as president in 2004 and has since served on a variety of committees.


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