Biography

Certifications:

National Board of Medical Examiners, 1994
American Board of Radiology, 1997

Education

Medical School
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York, 1989
Internship
Internal Medicine, University Hospital at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York, 1990
Fellowship
Cardiovascular Imaging, Washington University School of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 1993
Residency
Diagnostic Radiology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, 1997
Fellowship
Abdominal Imaging, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, 1998

Research Information

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RECIST Collaborator Scorer & Interpreter for MDACC Oncologic Clinical Research Projects:

Read and reported research findings for 10-20 studies for each collaboration.

  1. 12-0543 (A Phase II, single-arm study of RAD 001 (everolimus), Letrozole, and Metformin in patients with advanced or Recurrent Endometrial Carcinoma. 2016 – present.

 

Publications

Publication Information

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PUBLICATIONS:

ABSTRACTS:

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  1. Dynamic Magnetic Resonance of the Pelvic Floor. Birkenfeld, E., Tammisetti, V., Hasapes, J., Kramer, L., Matta, E. Dynamic Magnetic Resonance of the Pelvic Floor RSNA 2017

 

REFEREED ARTICLES IN JOURNALS:

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  1. Computed tomography in ventral hernia diagnosis: have we improved? A quality improvement initiative Holihan,JL, Cherla, D, Blair, KJ, Chua, SC, Hasapes, J MD, Matta, E, Shiralkar, KG, Surabhi, VK, Tammisetti, VS, Ko, TC, Liang, M, Journal of Surgical Research, April 2018 Volume 224, 97-101.
  2. Importance of the physical exam: double-blind randomized controlled trial of radiologic interpretation of ventral hernias after selective clinical information. Cherla D, Bernardi K, Blair K, Chua  S, Hasapes J, Kao L, Ko T, Matta E, Moses M, Shiralkar K, Surabhi V, Tammisetti V, Viso C,  Liang M.  Trial registration Clinicaltrials.gov, Number NCT03121131, https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03121131.  November 14, 2018

 

 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS NATIONAL MEETINGS:

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  1. Use of computed tomography in diagnosing inguinal hernias: A blinded, prospective, multispecialty evaluation Society of Asian Academic Surgeons Cherla DV, Blair KJ, Chua SS, Matta EJ, Shiralkar KG, Surabhi VR, Tammisetti VS, Moses ML, Viso CP, Kao LS, Ko TC, Liang MK, Hasapes JP 2017
  2. Assessing and Improving First Year Resident Call Transition Utilizing a Case Based Boot Camp with PACS Simulation Via Free DICOM Viewers Fabrega M, Boyce W, Chua S,  Cai C,  Bledsoe M, Khetan R, Jordan R, Patel S, Xu K, Hasapes J   American College of Radiology. 2017.
  3. Retrospective Review of Diffusion Weighted Imaging as a Single Modality for Hepatocellular Carcinoma Detection  D A Spak, MD; V R Surabhi, MD; A E Moore, MD; J P Hasapes, MD; V Tammisetti, MD; E J Matta, MD, Houston, TX  RSNA 2017

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS NATIONAL MEETINGS:

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  1. Predictors of Recurrent Emergency Department Visits in Patients with Benign Biliary Disease. Goldberg B, Mueck K, Starkey-Smith H, Wan C, Hasapes J, Ko T, Kao L, February,2017 Academic Surgical Congress.
  2. Analyzing Delays in the ED: How to Optimize Processes in a Methodical Way. Spence S, Kunal S, Phan A, Hasapes April 2017. Abstract E3168 American Roentgen Ray Society. (Cross referenced)
  3. Differences in image quality and peak vein pressures using standard IV catheter versus fenestrated IV catheter in contrast enhanced CT abdomen/pelvis exams. Natalia Solomon N, Chua S, Cai C, Hasapes J. American College of Radiology May 2017. (Cross referenced)
  4. Using Algorithms to Educate and Optimize Appropriate Use of Cross-Sectional Imaging among First Year Radiology Residents. RSNA Desai B, Hasapes J December 2017
  5. Interesting “-celes” of the Visceral System of the Body: Sealing the Diagnosis with Multimodality Imaging Blevins K, Thampy R, Rahim R, Thupili C, Hasapes J,Chua S May 2019 RSNA

 

OTHER PRESENTATIONS:

Harris Health Quality Competition

  1. Optimizing Workflow in the ED. Spence S, Kunal S, Phan A, Hasapes April 2017. 3rd Place, Harris Health Fall Faculty Quality Competition LBJ Hospital (Cross referenced)
  2. Image quality assessment using standard IV catheter versus fenestrated IV catheter in contrast enhanced CT abdomen/pelvis exams. Harris Health Fall Faculty Quality Competition LBJ Hospital Natalia Solomon N, Chua S, Cai C, Hasapes J. April 2017 (Cross Referenced)
  3. Director of Operations Management Annual Meeting: LBJ CT Throughput Factors and Results of Initiatives for Improvement August 2018
  4. Director of Operations Management Annual Meeting: LBJ MRI and CT New Scanner Update August 2019

 

 

GRAND ROUNDS:

  1. External and Internal Grand Rounds. “The Future of Ordering Imaging Studies” Presented to the Ambulatory Care Clinics for Baylor College of Medicine and UT Harris Health Clinics. September 19, 2017.

 

INVITED SPEAKER:

  1. Evaluation and Solutions to ED CT Turn Around Time Increases with re-allocation of radiologist and technologist FTEs to 2nd shift positions to increase throughput. UT Clinical Chairs and Clinical DMO Annual Meeting at Harris Health, September 17, 2018.
  2. Radiology Update – CT, MRI and Interventional Radiology Quantitative Analysis of needs for expansion at LBJ. Chief of Service Meeting Dr. Colasurdo, Dr. Stohl December 12, 2018.

Honors and Awards

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