Jeffrey V Chapnick

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Jeffrey Chapnick

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Radiology
Radiology
NYU Radiology Associates

Contact Info

Address
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-3904

Education

1980-1983 — NYU Medical Center (Radiology), Residency Training

Research Summary

In addition to his research interests in nuclear radiology and image processing, he is very interested in the study of the employment of computer techniques in the areas of departmental and hospital administration. The modern radiology department and hospital must leverage information technology to its fullest advantage in order to meet the growing challenges in diagnostic imaging and patient care.

Tc-99m LL-2 Fab' monoclonal antibody imaging in acquired immune deficiency syndrome-related lymphoma
Kramer EL; Volm M; Donahue B; Wasserheit C; Chapnick J; Sanger J; Koslow M. Tc-99m LL-2 Fab' monoclonal antibody imaging in acquired immune deficiency syndrome-related lymphoma. Cancer. 1997 Dec 15;80(12 Suppl):2469-2477 (7632)

Graphical interface for medical image processing
Noz ME; Maguire GQ Jr; Birnbaum BA; Sanger JJ; Kramer EL; Chapnick JV; Kaminer EA. Graphical interface for medical image processing. Journal of medical systems. 1993 Feb;17(1):1-16 (25912)

Hepatic hemangiomas: diagnosis with fusion of MR, CT, and Tc-99m-labeled red blood cell SPECT images
Birnbaum BA; Noz ME; Chapnick J; Sanger JJ; Megibow AJ; Maguire GQ Jr; Weinreb JC; Kaminer EM; Kramer EL. Hepatic hemangiomas: diagnosis with fusion of MR, CT, and Tc-99m-labeled red blood cell SPECT images. Radiology. 1991 Nov;181(2):469-474 (13849)

Computerized tomography in diagnosis of compression of the common peroneal nerve by ganglion cysts
Firooznia H; Golimbu C; Rafii M; Chapnick J. Computerized tomography in diagnosis of compression of the common peroneal nerve by ganglion cysts. Computerized radiology. 1983 Nov-Dec;7(6):343-345 (29091)