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Tina Shiang, MD

Tina Shiang, MD - UMMS Radiology Resident

Tina Shiang, MD

Internship: Orange Park Medical Center Transitional Year

Medical School/Undergraduate School: Boston University, Seven Year Medical Education Program (SMED), BA/MD

Hometown:  Holmdel, NJ

Clinical Interests: Musculoskeletal radiology and interventions, Body IR, Informatics, AI, 3D printing

Personal Interests:  Food exploration, computers, skiing, music

Publications

Shiang T, Tai R, Watts, George. Absence of post-traumatic bone marrow edema in the setting of preeclampsia. Accepted for publication in Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association.

Shiang T, Cerniglia C. Calcific tendinitis of the longus colli muscle. J Am Osteopath Coll Radiol. 2020;9(2):28.

Shiang T, Kotecha H. CT diagnosis of bucket handle meniscal tears. Emergency Radiology. 2020; doi: 10.1007/s10140-020-01758-5. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID 32048088.

Other publications on Pubmed. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=shiang%2C+tina

Awards/Honors

Selected for AUR Radiology Resident Academic Leadership Development (ARRALD) program, AUR 2020

Selected for Introduction to Academic Radiology Program (ITAR), RSNA 2019

Poster Presentations

Shiang T, Ruppell E, Aharon S, Opperheimer J, Thai E, Masciocchi M. Increasing radiologist protocoling efficiency through EPIC optimization: an initiative to improve resident productivity and speed of patient diagnosis. Abstract selected for Challenge Round Poster presentation of NEJM Resident 360 QI Challenge 2020.

Shiang T, Cerniglia C, Lin H, Lo HS. From the Viewbox: podcasts as a nontraditional learning tool for improving radiology training. Abstract accepted to AUR 2020.

Shiang T, Sereni C. Beyond muscles and bones: significant vascular findings on routine musculoskeletal imaging. RSNA 2019.

Shiang T, Ruppell E, Aharon S, Opperheimer J, Thai E, Masciocchi M. Improving radiologist protocoling efficiency through quality improvement: an initiative to improve resident productivity and speed of patient diagnosis. RSNA 2019.

Baghdanian A, Baghdanian A, Shiang T, LeBedis CA, Anderson SW, Soto JA. Damage Control Surgery: Significance of CT Imaging in the 24 Hour Window. RSNA 2016.

Hsu M, Wasserman M, Xiao J, Satyam V, Shiang T, Paul D, El-Araby A, Chintamaneni V, Burns R, Baghdanian A, LeBedis C, Soto J, Anderson S. Trends in the Volume of CT Imaging in Trauma. RSNA 2016

Wasserman M, Hsu M, Satyam V, Shiang T, Xiao J, Paul D, El-Araby A, Chintamaneni V, Burns R, Baghdanian A, LeBedis C, Soto J, Anderson S. Trauma-Attenuation of abdominal and pelvic structures on CT in the setting of shock. RSNA 2016

Hsu M, Wasserman M, Xiao J, Satyam V, Shiang T, Paul D, El-Araby A, Chintamaneni V, Burns R, Baghdanian A, LeBedis C, Soto J, Anderson S. Clinical Parameters Predict Subsequent Traumatic Hepatic and Splenic Injury Identified on CT. RSNA 2016

Abstracts

AlYassin A, Alazzawi Y, Spaho L, Watts G, Tai R, Shiang T, Malhotra U, Wassef W. Sarcopenia is associated with worse outcomes in acute pancreatitis. Abstract accepted to Digestive Disease Week 2020.

Murugan V, Radcliffe D, Shiang T, Malik H, Razmjoo M. Hepatic artery: conventional anatomy and variants. Abstract accepted to Swiss Congress of Radiology 2020.

Special Projects

UMass Radiology Department Podcast, resident collaborator and pianist, 2019. Collaboration with Dr. Chris Cerniglia and Dr. Hao Lo.

Radiologist for Anatomist website https://omeka.lib.jmu.edu/r4a/. Collaboration with James Madison University, project selected for Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference in 2016.