The division of Thoracic Imaging at NYU Langone Medical Center is comprised of 12 chest radiologists, one of the largest such groups in the country, with diverse clinical and research interests.  With a commitment to clinical excellence, many of its members are also actively involved in research and are well-known in the field of thoracic imaging.  Members are actively involved in national and international radiology societies such as the Society of Thoracic Radiology; it also includes a member of the Fleischner Society, an international multidisciplinary medical society for thoracic radiology, which publishes influential consensus statements and management guidelines.  Three members have been acknowledged as Fellows of the American College of Radiology.

Learn more about our Thoracic Imaging faculty:

Robin Albert, M.D.

Jeffrey B. Alpert, M.D.

Lea Azour, M.D.

Geraldine Brusca-Augello, D.O.

Francis Girvin, M.B.Ch.B.

Elliott Gozansky, M.D., Ph.D.

Barry Hutchinson, M.D.

Jane P. Ko, M.D.

Larry A. Latson, Jr., M.D.

Barry S. Leitman, M.D., FACR

Derek M. Mason, M.D.

Georgeann McGuinness, M.D., FACR

William Moore, M.D.

David P. Naidich, M.D., FACR

Maria C. Shiau, M.D.

Maj L. Wickstrom, M.D.

Radiologist Spotlight

Georgeann McGuinness, M.D., FACR

Georgeann McGuinness, M.D., is a Professor of Radiology, Senior Vice Chair, and Vice Chair for Education and Academic Affairs in the Department of Radiology at NYU Langone Medical Center.  A past Section Chief of Thoracic Imaging at NYU, Dr. McGuinness has recently resumed that position.  In addition to thoracic imaging her professional interests include faculty development and mentoring; she was recently named Director for Clinical Faculty Mentoring for the NYULMC by the Dean’s Office at NYU, and now heads the Office of Mentoring and Faculty Development at the institution. After undergraduate studies in English literature at Barnard College, Columbia University and medical training at New York Medical College, Dr. McGuinness completed her residency at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Arriving at NYU in 1990 for fellowship training in thoracic imaging she joined the NYU School of Medicine faculty member in 1991. In thoracic radiology her clinical and research interests center on interstitial lung disease, airway disease, imaging in HIV patients, and lung cancer screening. Her contributions to the literature regarding thoracic manifestations of HIV related diseases are widely recognized. She is on the review board for several medical journals, and sits on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Thoracic Imaging. She lectures widely, nationally and internationally.