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Krishnasetty, M.D., Vikram

Vikram Krishnasetty, M.D.

Present Position

Columbus Radiology
2008 - Present

Vice President
June 2013 - present

Body Imaging Section Head
July 2009 - Present

Clinical Director of Information Technology,
July 2009 - Present

Medical School

The George Washington University School of Medicine
Washington, DC
2002

Seven Year BA/MD Program in combination with the
GWU Columbian School of Arts and Science

Internship

Georgetown University
The Washington Hospital Center
Internal Medicine
2002 - 2003

Residency

Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Diagnostic Radiology
2003

Fellowship

Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School

Focused Year Fellowship (6 months)
Musculoskeletal Radiology
2006

Focused Year/Post-graduate Fellowship (12 months)
Abdominal Imaging
2006 - 2007

License

State of Ohio
State of Iowa
State of Massachusetts

Appointments and Positions

Chief Resident, Radiology – Massachusetts General Hospital. 2005-2006.

Faculty, HMS Core Clerkship in Radiology – Harvard Medical School. 2005-2007.

Resident Representative to MGH Radiology Educational Committee. 2005-2006.

NIH Summer Research Fellowship – National Institutes of Health, NHLBI. Evaluated the efficacy of real-time 3-dimensional echocardiography in the measurement of left-ventricular volumes. 1999.

Summer Research Fellowship – National Institutes of Health, NICHD. Analyzed the structure of the human paps synthase. 1997.

Merrimack Valley MRI – Methuen, MA. 2006 to present.
Weekend staffing with final signing responsibilities.

MetroWest MRI – Framingham, MA. 2006 to present.
Evening and weekend contrast injection coverage. Responsibilities also include wet readings for inpatient and emergent examinations.

Naval Research Laboratories, Artificial Intelligence Center – Washington, DC. 1998.
Computer scientist. Developed and tested a remote interface for interaction with autonomous robots that utilized genetic learning algorithms as well as assisted in other artificial intelligence research.

Geocenters, Inc. – Naval Research Laboratories – Washington, DC. 1997.
Network administration and technical support for surface chemistry division

Honors and Awards

Alpha Omega Alpha – The George Washington University School of Medicine. 2002.

Merck Manual Award for Internal Medicine – The George Washington University School of Medicine. 2002.

W.T. Gill, Jr. Research Fellowship Recipient. 1999

Phi Beta Kappa – The George Washington University. 1998.

University Honors Program – The George Washington University. 1995-1998.

Dean’s List – The George Washington University. 1995-1998.

Publications

Krishnasetty, V., et al., Comparison of alignment of computer registered datasets acquired from combined PET/CT scans versus independent PET and CT scans of the thorax. Radiology. 2005 Nov;237(2):635-9.

Contributing Author. “Pediatric Bone Tumors.” Potter’s Pathology of the Fetus and Infant. Ed. Barness and Potter. Pending publication.

Krishnasetty, V; Aquino, S. “Lung Cancer.” Clinical PET-CT. Ed. Shreve, P & Townsend, D. Pending publication.

Gilman, M; Aquino, S; Krishnasetty, V; Halpern, E; Fischman, A. Optimal CT Breathing Protocol for Combined PET/CT. Am. J. Roentgenol. In Press (Accepted October 2005).

Gilman, M; Aquino, S; Krishnasetty, V; Halpern, E; Fischman, A. Hybrid PET/CT of the Thorax: When is Computer Registration Necessary? Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. In Press (Accepted May 2006).

Krishnasetty, V; Aquino, S. “Dual PET-CT Imaging.” New Techniques in Cardiothoracic Imaging, 2nd Edition. Ed. Boiselle, P & White, C. Pending publication.

Presentations

“Comparison of alignment of computer registered datasets acquired from Dual PET/CT scans versus independent PET and CT scans of the Thorax.” Poster Presentation. Krishnasetty, V., et al.. Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, November 2004. Chicago, IL.

"Comparison of Standard Dose versus Low Dose Attenuation Correction CT on Image Quality and PET Attenuation Correction." Accepted Poster Presentation. Krishnasetty, V., et al.. Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, November 2006. Chicago, IL.