Jenifer Siegelman, MD, MPH

Instructor, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Siegelman is an instructor at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. She is the former Director of Norwich Diagnostic Imaging and CT Scan Section Chief at the William W Backus Hospital, and Special Volunteer at NIH. Dr. Siegelman was the physician chief of CT scanning at a medium-sized community hospital for ten years, and chaired the CT Radiation Dose Optimization Committee, responsible for all protocol development and choice of strategy for dose optimization with image quality considerations for consumption by general hospital-based private practice radiologists. She has represented private practice opinion to the FDA through open public session testimony and has presented at national meetings. Dr. Siegelman has a specific focus on process improvements in optimization of image quality, and associated institutional costs.

Dr. Siegelman's Lectures

Radiation Stewardship: Dose Optimization Through Data Collection and Evaluation

Highlighted Publications

  1. Radiology Stewardship and Quality Improvement: The Process and Costs of Implementing a CT Radiation Dose Optimization Committee in a Medium Sized Community Hospital System. JRQW Siegelman, DA Gress. JACR Journal of the American College of Radiology (in press). 
  2. Sum and Substance: Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis.JRQ Willmann. Radiology: 267 Aug 1997. 
  3. Nuclear Morphometric Analysis of Metastasis in Wilms’ Tumor After Multimodal Therapy: Comparison with Primary Tumor. JP Gearhart, JRQ Willmann, JB Beckwith, J Epstein, AW Partin. Urology: 1995. 45:1:119-123.