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Wayne S. Kubal, MD


For the past fifteen years I have focused on traumatic and emergent neuroradiology. I serve as professor of Radiology at the University of Arizona, where I help to care for patients in our very busy level I trauma center.

My background as an undergraduate physics major (Princeton University) enables me to better understand new imaging technology. My training in Diagnostic Radiology (University of Wisconsin) and Neuroradiology (University of Utah) enables me to apply the new imaging technology to the neuroradiologic evaluation of traumatized and emergent patients.

The American Society of Emergency Radiology has given me a platform to share my insights with colleagues. I have served on many of the society's committees, I am honored to be a Fellow of the society, and I served as president of the Society (2014-2015). I have also presented educational courses at the annual meetings of the Radiologic Society of North America, the American Roentgen Ray Society, and the American Society of Emergency Radiology. I regularly teach a course at the American College of Radiology education center and I am co-editor of a new textbook of emergency radiology. 

Working in an academic medical center has allowed me to teach fellows, residents and medical students. My role as an educator has been important to me over my entire career, and it has been particularly gratifying to follow the successes of former trainees.



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