Gerald M. Kolodny, MD
Chief, Nuclear Medicine, BIDMC
Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School
Graduated from Northwestern University School of Medicine in 1962. Completed internship at Stanford University Hospital in 1963, and served as a Resident at MGH from 1963-1966. He was a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1966-1969. He received a scholar award in Radiological Research, James Picker Foundation from 1969-1971. Was board certified in Radiology in 1967 and board certified in Nuclear Medicine in 1974.
His major research interests include: picture archiving communication and storage systems in medical imaging, computers in medical imaging, quantitative spect, Ga-67 scanning in the evaluation of lymphoma, regulation of eukaryotic transcription in vitro, and evaluation of diagnostic strategies in radiology.