Grace Newman, MD joined Memphis Radiological, P.C. in 2018. Dr. Newman received a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences, minor in Chemistry from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. She earned her medical degree from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, Shreveport, LA. She completed her residency in Diagnostic Radiology at University of Tennessee, Memphis. She completed his fellowship in Nuclear Medicine at Vanderbilt University.
2018 “Ga-68-DOTATATE: Significance of uptake in the tail of the pancreas in patients without lesions,” published in Clinical Nuclear Medicine, in conjunction with Dominique Delbeke MD PhD and other Nuclear Medicine colleagues at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, online publication September 12, 2019 prior to print
2017 Digital poster presentation at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, Southeastern Conference Chapter meeting, entitled “The Risk of “Over-Correction” of Attenuation Artifacts by CT Based Attenuation Correction and The Utility of Prone Imaging In Inferior Wall Perfusion Defects” with Chirayu Shah, M.D. (Nuclear Medicine faculty at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Tennessee Valley Healthcare VA Medical Center)
2015 ACR Case In Point, regarding Stanford type A aortic dissection diagnosis, operative management, and normal and abnormal post-repair imaging (https://3s.acr.org/CIP/CaseView.aspx?CaseId=hRjQooI1QH4%3d&FPE=Y)
2015 Electronic exhibit at ARRS 2015 entitled “ ‘Artifacts’ of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis with Regards to Lesion Localization” with Surekha Joshi, M.D. (mammographic imaging specialist), Nicole Stranch, M.D. (PGY-5), and Margaret Ann Mays, M.D. (PGY-4)
2014 Educational exhibit at RSNA 2014 entitled “Digital Breast Tomosynthesis-guided Wire Localization: A Guide to Surgical Excision of Mammographically and Sonographically Occult Lesions” with Surekha Joshi, M.D. (mammographic imaging specialist) and Margaret Ann Mays, M.D. (PGY-4)