Ranjit S. Chima, MD
Ranjit is one of the current Body Imaging chief fellows at Stanford. A recent graduate from University of Missouri – Kansas City Radiology residency, his interests include Dual Energy CT and Artificial Intelligence applications in abdominal imaging. For fun, you can find him wailing away on a drum set, traveling abroad as a minimalist backpacker, or playing with his Mini Australian Shepherd.
Zanna currently works in the Medical Insurance private sector as an Operations Manager with an MBA background. She enjoys dabbling in graphic design and will be helping to make this effort a visual success! Her hobbies include hot yoga, playing the piano and oboe, and being a cat lady.
Matthew Schwede, MD
Matthew Schwede is a second-year hematology/oncology fellow at Stanford. He went to medical school at Brown University and did his internal medicine residency at the University of California, San Francisco. He plans to specialize in malignant hematology. In his free time, he enjoys running and playing the cello.
Jen Padwal, MD
Jen is currently starting her radiology residency at Stanford. She is undecided about what type of radiologist she will be when she grows up but is enjoying everything so far. If you don’t see her in the reading room, she’s likely exercising or spending time with her family.
Amy Maduram, MD
Amy is a current Women’s Imaging Fellow at Harvard. She enjoys creating positive patient-physician relationships in breast imaging and finding opportunities for radiology to have a voice. Outside the reading room, you can usually find her at a cupcake shop or hiking trail.
Andrew is a fourth-year medical student at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and is currently performing his clinical rotations in San Diego, California. In his free time, he enjoys exploring the outdoors of San Diego and keeping up with his favorite podcasts.
Lindsey Negrete, MD
Lindsey is a current Body Imaging attending at Stanford. She is CA born and raised with plans to never leave. For fun, Lindsey is usually playing golf with her husband or doing a peloton fitness class.
William Hong Cheng
William is one of the current Body MRI fellows at Stanford. He is passionate about liver imaging and has been a member-in-training of the LI-RADS Steering Committee since he was a first-year radiology resident at UCSD. In his free time, he can be found exploring the Bay Area, breathing compressed gas underwater, or playing board games.
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