John J. CronanCharles and Elfriede Collis-Frances Weeden Gibson Professor of Diagnostic Imaging in the Warren Alpert Medical School , Professor of Diagnostic Imaging, Chair of Diagnostic Imaging
As Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at the Brown University School of Medicine, Dr. Cronan serves as Radiologist-in-Chief at the Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital and is Chairman of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging. Dr. Cronan is a nationally recognized expert in the field of uroradiology and has served as President of the Society of Uroradiology.He is President of the Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound. His primary interests are non-vascular interventional procedures, particularly image-guided percutaneous needle biopsies, ultrasound diagnosis of DVT and diagnosis of thyroid nodules.
Undergraduate: Providence College
Medical School: Albany Medical College
Residency: Diagnostic Radiology, Yale University
Fellowship: Abdominal Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital
With over 100 publications, John Cronan, M.D., is a nationally recognized expert in the field of uroradiology, ultrasound, and non-vascular interventional procedures, particularly image-guided percutaneous needle biopsies.
His clinical research has focused on the ultrasound detection of deep ven thrombosis as well as assessment of thyroid nodules with ultrasound and percutaneous biopsy.
Dr. John Cronan's interests include imaging of renal obstruction, deep vein diagnosis, acute and chronic diagnosis.
"Blinded, Placebo Controlled Assessment of Safety and Efficacy of Echogenic Emulsion";
Sonus Pharmaceuticals, $40,800.
"Clinical Imaging Algorithms";
Brown University Program in Medicine Computerized Learning, $4,500, July 10, 1987.
"Predictive Value of Imaging Tests in Renal Obstruction";
Canadian Radiological Foundation Grant, $25,000, 1992-1993, Co-Principal Investigator.
"Prospective Investigation of Ultrasound Tissue Harmonics in Adrenal Imaging";
GE Medical Systems, $40,000.