Naomi A Strubel

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Naomi Strubel

Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology
NYU Radiology Associates

Contact Info

Address
560 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-5362

Education

1992-1996 — Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, Medical Education
1996-1997 — Beth Israel Medical Center (No Value Specified), Internship
1997-1998 — Jacobi Hospital Center (Radiology), Residency Training
1997-2001 — Montefiore Medical Center (Radiology), Residency Training
1998-2001 — Montefiore Medical Center (Radiology), Residency Training
2001-2002 — New York University School of Medicine (Pediatric Radiology), Clinical Fellowships

Virtual radiology rounds: adding value in the digital era
Fefferman, Nancy R; Strubel, Naomi A; Prithiani, Chandan; Chakravarti, Sujata; Caprio, Martha; Recht, Michael P. Virtual radiology rounds: adding value in the digital era. Pediatric radiology. 2016 Aug 3;46(12):1645-1650 (2199502)

Reliability of the new urinary tract dilation (UTD) Classification system for the evaluation of postnatal urinary tract dilation
Strubel, N; Lala, S; Pinkney, L; Babb, J; Fefferman, N. Reliability of the new urinary tract dilation (UTD) Classification system for the evaluation of postnatal urinary tract dilation [Meeting Abstract]. Pediatric radiology. 2016 May 2016;46:S108-S108 (2150922)

Acute Urinary Retention Caused by an Ovarian Teratoma-A Unique Pediatric Presentation and Review
Binder, Zachary; Iwata, Kathryn; Mojica, Michael; Ginsburg, Howard B; Henning, Justin; Strubel, Naomi; Kahn, Philip. Acute Urinary Retention Caused by an Ovarian Teratoma-A Unique Pediatric Presentation and Review. Journal of emergency medicine. 2015 Aug 12;49(5):e139-e142 (1721912)

The challenging ultrasound diagnosis of perforated appendicitis in children: constellations of sonographic findings improve specificity
Tulin-Silver, Sheryl; Babb, James; Pinkney, Lynne; Strubel, Naomi; Lala, Shailee; Milla, Sarah S; Tomita, Sandra; Fefferman, Nancy R. The challenging ultrasound diagnosis of perforated appendicitis in children: constellations of sonographic findings improve specificity. Pediatric radiology. 2014 Dec 4;45(6):820-830 (1371132)

The challenging ultrasound diagnosis of perforated appendicitis in children: Constellations of sonographic findings improve specificity
Tulin-Silver, S; Fefferman, N; Pinkney, L; Strubel, N; Milla, S; Lala, S. The challenging ultrasound diagnosis of perforated appendicitis in children: Constellations of sonographic findings improve specificity [Meeting Abstract]. Pediatric radiology. 2013 May;43:S297-S297 (818852)