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Medical School: University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine – Chicago, IL
MBA: University of Chicago Graduate School of Business – Chicago, IL
Transitional: Resurrection Hospital – Chicago, IL
Diagnostic Radiology: University of Washington Medicine – Seattle, WA
Interventional Radiology: University of Washington Medicine – Seattle, WA
American Board of Radiology 2010
Peer Reviewed Publications & Presentations
Stratil P and Burdick T. “Visceral Trauma: Principles of Management and Role of Embolotherapy.” Seminars in Vascular and Interventional Radiology:Volume 25(3)September 2008. p 271-280.
Vaidya S, Cooke D, Kogut M, Stratil P, Bittles M, Sidhu M. “Imaging and Percutaneous Treatment of Vascular Anomalies.” Seminars in Vascular and Interventional Radiology: Volume 25(3) September 2008. p 216-233.
Stratil P, Ha R, Beauchamp, Minoshima. “Business Plan Assessment for a Cyclotron-free Tracer Laboratory to Facilitate Translational Research and Clinical Trials using PET-based Imaging Biomarkers”. Alternate for RSNA National Meeting. 2008.
Sratil, PG and Stacy GS. “Multifocal, Metachronous Giant Cell Tumor in a 15 Year Old Boy.” Pediatric Radiology. 2005 Apr;35(4):444-8. Epub 2004 Oct 12.
Stacy GS and Stratil PG. “Imaging Features of Giant Cell Tumor of Bone: A Retrospective Review of 100 Cases” Abstract Presented at 2004 RSNA Conference in Chicago, IL
Stratil, P, Kohr, J, Beauchamp, N and Medverd, J. “Business of Radiology Curriculum for Residents: Design, Implementation, Assessment and Recommendations for Success.” Poster presentation: Association of University Radiologists. San Diego, CA