About Dr. Shapiro

Marc D. Shapiro, MD, is a Seasoned Neuroradiologist with Neuro Imaging Winter Park in Winter Park, Florida

ShapiroDr. Marc D. Shapiro is a brilliant neuroradiologist currently serving as the medical director and reading radiologist for a successful private office, Neuro Imaging Winter Park in Winter Park, Florida. Featuring extensive knowledge in all aspects of his field, Dr. Shapiro holds particular expertise in musculoskeletal MRI drawing on his orthopaedic training at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Dr. Shapiro is on a mission to bring the world’s best MRI technology to Central Florida, which he has successfully achieved with the Siemens Verio 32 Channel 3T MRI equipment. Dr. Shapiro trusts that this technology will enhance the provision of accurate diagnostic imaging of the same superior quality as that offered by some of the most prestigious academic centers in the world, such as Johns Hopkins, Massachusetts General Hospital, or the Mayo Clinic Hospitals. A sought-after speaker at preeminent national and international lectures on MRI, including the RSNA neuroradiology sessions (moderator 2006-2011) and American Society of Neurology (speaker 2008 and 2009) meetings, Dr. Marc D. Shapiro has been selected for the third consecutive year as one of only eight doctors in the world to speak at the 3rd annual international symposium on 3T whole body MRI. As a researcher, he was engaged in working with Siemens on setting new protocols for MRI that radiologists worldwide now use to better identify abnormalities. Dr. Marc D. Shapiro is also engaged in training already board-certified radiologists in the fellowship program of the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine. Fellow radiologists spend three months of their fellowship program training under the tutelage of Dr. Shapiro. He is a Volunteer Associate Professor with the University. Also affiliated with University of Miami Hospital, Dr. Shapiro is the former chief of neuro MRI and ENT radiology at Yale University School of Medicine, author of 3T Spine Imaging published in 2006 by MRI Clinics of North America. Voted among America’s Top Radiologists since 2002, he was an invited lecturer on 3T MRI of the brain and spine at ISMRM in Berlin, Germany, in 2007. Dr. Shapiro also authored a chapter on 3T imaging of the spine for 2011 Neuro Imaging Clinics Edition on Neuroradiology applications in high field MRI. For more information about Dr. Marc D. Shapiro, please visit http://www.iahcp.com/8132080.html.

CoverNeuro Imaging Winter Park is the private practice of Dr. Marc D. Shapiro, a preeminent neuroradiologist and diagnostic radiologist. The practice is located in Winter Park, Florida, and is the only practice in Central Florida to feature a state-of-the-art equipment such as the 32 Channel Open Bore MRI. World-class institutions such as Massachusetts General Hospital or Mayo Clinic Rochester visit regularly Neuro Imaging Winter Park to see the latest and most sophisticated technologies in the field of MRI optimized. Neuro Imaging Winter Park is an international show site for Siemens’ most advanced 3T MRI. Siemens’ 32 Channel 3 Tesla Verio is the most advanced MRI technology available using combined strength of the 3T and full 32 channels of MRI system, which allows the most accurate MRI diagnosis possible. The equipment is able to detect abnormalities that are missed on other scanners. The ultra-short length, wide bore design of the Verio provides all patients, including claustrophobia and obesity) with maximum comfort. One of the main services is MR arthrography, which is a technique of imaging the tendons and ligaments of joints (most commonly the shoulder, knee, and wrist) by injecting MR contrast fluid into the joint to be imaged. With MR arthrography, the diagnostic accuracy of an MRI is markedly improved. On site sedation is also available as well as filmless imaging. For more information about Neuro Imaging Winter Park, please visit http://www.nsiwinterpark.com/.

UK College of MedicineA highly-regarded neuroradiologist with an impressive professional journey marked by numerous outstanding achievements, Dr. Marc D. Shapiro received his medical degree from the University of Kentucky – College of Medicine in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1974. Furthermore, Dr. Shapiro interned at the University of South Florida and served his residency at the University of California at Los Angeles in California and The Mount Sinai Hospital. Fellowship-trained in neuroradiology at Yale University, he is certified by the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Imaging and Neuroradiology. Dr. Shapiro is a distinguished member of the American Society of Neuroradiology, the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, the Radiological Society of North America, and the American Roentgen Ray Society. He was elected Teacher of the Year by Yale Department of Radiology in 1989 and Teacher of the Year in University of Central Florida in 2013. As an author, he published chapters on spine imaging and surface coil development for MRI Clinics of North America’s edition on 3 Tesla MRI. Furthermore, Dr. Marc D. Shapiro acts as co-editor of the head and Neck Imaging issue of Radiologic Clinics of North America He frequently conducts research, writes, and publishes articles on 3T MRI in leading radiology journals. Dr. Shapiro reads regularly The American Journal of Neuroradiology and dedicates to working out, playing tennis, running, and his dogs outside medical practice. He attributes his success to hard work, love for his work and passion for the field. For more information about Dr. Marc D. Shapiro, please visit http://www.iahcp.com/8132080.html.

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