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Carolyn Way VanDyke, MD, graduated from the College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Rutgers Medical School (now Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine), and completed both her internship and residency at Cleveland Clinic. She has been a member of the Department of Radiology, now the Imaging Institute, for more than 20 years. She is board-certified in diagnostic radiology.
Dr. VanDyke has had many professional interests during her career, including neuroradiology, chest radiology, cardiac radiology, musculoskeletal imaging and mammography, and this broad background has uniquely suited her to the divergent patient population seen in the Emergency Department.
A dedicated educator, Dr. VanDyke has been awarded the Norman Glazer, MD, Teaching Award for excellence in teaching in diagnostic radiology, and is medical student elective director and Associate Residency Program Director. She has authored or co-authored 70 scientific papers, book chapters, scientific presentations and posters.
Cardiovascular Imaging, neuroradiology, cardiovascular imaging
Awards & Honors
Certificate of Merit, RSNA Scientific Exhibit, 1993
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