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Body MRI/Musculoskeletal Imaging

Michael W. Stevenson, MD

CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION

Body MRI/Musculoskeletal Fellowship Projected dates

Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale AZ 07/2014-06/2015

Radiology Resident 07/2010-06/2014

Chief Resident 01/2013-06/2014

Rochester General Hospital, Rochester NY

Intern, Transitional Year

Akron General Medical Center, Akron OH 07/2006-06/2007

Medical Doctor

Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem NC 06/2002 – 05/2006

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Brigham Young University, Provo UT 01/1998 – 12/2001

Minor in Humanities

WORK EXPERIENCE

Staff Radiologist

Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging 7/2015 – Present

2950 S. Maryland Parkway

Las Vegas, NV  89109

(702) 240-1215

Staff Physician

United States Air Force, Las Vegas, NV 07/2007- 06/2010

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Co-Investigator 02/2012-Present

Rochester General Hospital, Rochester, NY

  • Acoustic Radiant Force Imaging(ARFI) of Thyroid Nodules with Biopsy Correlation;
  • Working with Robert Lerner MD, PhD to correlate quantitative elastography of thyroid nodules with biopsy results to determine if ARFI alone would be sufficient to exclude malignancy and reduce the need for thyroid biopsies.

Principal Investigator 02/2011-05/2012

Rochester General Hospital

  • Working with attending interventional radiologist Atul Gupta MD, I researched and documented a case of delayed neurologic complication after kyphoplasty in a radiation induced sarcoma of the thoracic spine.

Principal Investigator 02/2008 – 10/2008

Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital, Las Vegas, NV

  • Working with Brian Crownover MD I researched the question “What is the best test for diagnosing renal artery stenosis in patients with refractory hypertension?” for The Journal of Family Practice.

Principal Investigator 10/2006 – 06/2007

Akron General Medical Center, Akron, OH

  • Working with Joseph Finocchio MD I researched and documented a case of a right sided aorta with mirror image branching causing a symptomatic vascular ring in a middle aged woman discovered on CT scan.

Research Assistant 08/2005 – 05/2006

Wake Forest University Radiology Department, Winston-Salem, NC

  • Working with John Leyendecker MD I reviewed 231 abdominal MRI’s to characterize the appearance of various renal cell carcinomas on T1 and T2 weighted studies.

Research Assistant 05/2001 – 12/2001

Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

  • Working with Curtis Creighton PhD to set up experiments and collect data in the analysis of resource allocation of Burying Beetles.

PUBLICATIONS/ PRESENTATIONS

Stevenson, M, Silva, A, Luna, A, Alcala, L, Panda, A; Functional MRI of Diffuse Liver Disease. Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.11/30/2014 -12/05/2014

Stevenson, M. MD, Clary, M. MD; Toxic Mega Colon from Pseudomembranous Colitis. ACR Learning File, Gastroenterology. http://www.acr.org/Education/e-Learning/Learning-File-Online  (accepted for publication)

Stevenson, M. MD, Crownover, B. MD, Mackler, L. MSIS; What’s the Best test for Renal Artery Stenosis in Patients with refractory Hypertension. J Fam Pract 2009 Apr;58(4): 215-216a

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Rochester General Hospital

Basics of Chest Radiology, Internal Medicine Department 03/2013

Presented a conference on basic chest radiography to internal medicine residents and attendings.

Rochester General Hospital

Quality Assurance Conference, Radiology Department 05/2012

Reviewed recent missed diagnoses within the department and how to avoid future mistakes.

Rochester Institute of Technology

Physician Assistant Radiology Course 03/2012 -04/2012

Gave two lecture series on ultrasound and genitourinary radiology. 03/2013-04/2013

Monroe Community College

Radiology Technician Course 03/2012, 03/2013

Lectured on basic chest radiology.

United States Air Force

Smoking Cessation Program, Las Vegas, NV 10/2007 -06/2010

Taught three classes a month in the USAF smoking cessation program.

OTHER AWARDS/ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Magna Cum Laude award for RSNA Presentation 12/2014

Course Honors:

Radiology, Orthopedic Surgery, Surgical Subspecialties, Trauma Surgery 4/2004-5/2006

Pathology, Internal Medicine, Anatomy

08/2002-02/2004

Anatomy, Basic Clinical Science, Population Health, Medicine as a Profession

Pathophysiology, Foundations of Clinical Medicine, Clinical Practice Experience

Full tuition Health Profession Scholarship, USAF, Wake Forest 06/2003-06/2006

Full tuition merit based scholarship, Brigham Young University 08/1998-05/1999

Half tuition merit based scholarship, Brigham Young University 08/1999-05/2001

I am an Eagle Scout.

CERTIFICATION/LICENSURE

  • Nevada Medical License 4/2015 – Present
  • Wyoming Medical License 01/2015-Present
  • Arizona Medical License 03/2014-Present
  • Indiana Medical License 08/2007-06/2011
  • ACLS Certified 05/2014-05/2016

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • American College of Radiology 07/2010- Present
  • American Roentgen Ray Society 07/2010- Present
  • Radiologic Society of North America 07/2010- Present
  • American Medical Student Association 09/2002-09/2004
  • Wake Forest Second year medical student representative 07/2003-09/2004
  • Wilderness Medical Society (Winston Salem, NC Chapter) 07/2003-06/2005
  • Served as Secretary 07/2004-06/2005

EXAMINATIONS

  • ABR Core Exam 12/2013
  • USMLE Step 3 02/2007
  • USMLE Step 2 CS (Clinical Skills) 08/2005
  • USMLE Step 2 CK (Clinical Knowledge) 08/2005
  • USMLE Step 1 04/2004

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

Sunday School Teacher, Rochester, NY for the youth in my church. 10/2010- 06/2014

Boy Scouts of America, Las Vegas, NV Varsity scout leader 09/2007 -06/2009

Organized  weekly activities and a monthly campout.

Church Youth leader. Akron, OH 08/2006 – 06/2007

Coordinated weekly activities and teaching Sunday School for the youth in my local church.

Phase V Committee Representative Winston-Salem, NC. 09/2005 – 05/2006                    

Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Represented radiology interests in setting up the phase V curriculum. Phase V consists of the last weeks of medical school after match day when students return for lecture series and symposiums to prepare for their intern years.

Habitat for Humanity, Winston-Salem, NC 09/2004 – 09/2005

Volunteer laborer. Sealed foundations and provided general landscaping services on four homes for impoverished families. Worked six hour days on several occasions throughout the year.

Sunday School Teacher. Winston Salem, NC 01/2003 – 07/2005

Taught Sunday School class and helped organize activities for the youth in my local church.

Men’s Health Coordinator/ Spanish interpreter 09/2002 – 09/2004

Wake Forest University Health Fair, Winston-Salem, NC Chairman of men’s health issues the first year and manned a booth about osteoporosis and was a Spanish interpreter the next year.

American Medical Student Association, Winston-Salem, NC 09/2002 – 09/2004

Participated in several AMSA sponsored events:

Tar Wars, counseling school children about the ill effects of tobacco, I was a school supervisor.

STATS, Students Teaching about AIDS to Students.

STEP, A program to teach children about eating properly

Spanish interpreter. 09/2002 – 09/2003  

Community Care Center, Winston-Salem, NC.

Provided Spanish interpretation for volunteer medical staff at the local indigent care facility.

Humanitarian Aide Relief Team, Provo, UT 09/1999 – 12/2001

Volunteer Member. After participating as a general member from 9/1999 to 12/1999, served as Secretary of the organization from 12/1999 to 12/2001. Select duties as Secretary involved organizing fund raisers and gathering medical supplies for surgical missions to Ghana to treat Buruli Ulcer.

During two separate month-long surgical missions to Amasaman, Ghana, participated directly in health care of surgical patients as well as lead outreach visits to outlying villages teaching disease awareness.

HOBBIES & INTERESTS

I enjoy woodworking, camping, hiking and spending time with my family.

I speak Spanish fluently.